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Why Need To Planning The Future?
I recently met up with a friend when he was a young equally, the annual 30 new have a child aged two years and we worked at the same company. Shortly thereafter, there was a national economic crisis in 1998, so we accept a severance from the company. Funny thing is, we both were called back to work at the same company when the economic situation is improving. Oddly enough, a similar thing happen 10 years interval later and we accept the severance scheme funds + this time.
Beyond the usual, we meet again in the company of the same yesterday but at different positions. I’ve been self sufficient by running consulting services planning future, become a financial planner and trainer Mandarin & English United Kingdom to help many people compete because the free market AFTA going into Indonesia by 2015; my friend happened to be called back to help companies with temporary status. She already has her petty b.
Meditations For Planning The Future
Well, friends, based on the experience of a true story above, let me invite you to reflect on yourself:
1. how long have you worked?
2. how much savings you already have at this point?
3. If You got a rationalization/layoffs, severance or how much funding scheme will you accept?
4. how long have you and your family can survive with the severance money and fund scheme until you got the job back?
5. how old are you when the nightmare is coming and going, and are you sure you can get a new job in a new place with a level of salaries as well as the welfare of the same?
6. If you can’t get a job until the new up to 1-3 years, while the severance money scheme and running out, what would you or your family do to survive? How the fate of your child’s education?
7. If you want to learn, whether you’re ready with all the risk of losing money or funds and severance scheme if the business fails?
The ultimate goal of all businesses whether large or small is to increase sales and improve profitability in all aspects of the company.
To improve the profitability of a company should always make certain decisions that need to be very successful because otherwise it will not get a good return.
One of the successful ways to attract customers to our company is to improve offerings , but we graduated to not represent these losses, we can make these deals look that at least we have something gain, so this is low.
Another option is to maximize the low-cost online marketing, we must find all the tools but we can and we provide the internet.
We must find a way for customers to give us ideas on how we can improve our business, this makes entings better what people really want from us.
Important thing is to make a schedule of activities to take one day a week to devote to implement strategies that improve everything that has to do with the company.
Another way to attract customers to our company is the creation of events, these small details are often very attractive to people. Read the rest of this entry »
You do not open a bakery store without advertising and expect to grow. Well, an online business is no different that works the same way as any other activity. After building a website and put it online one knows, except there’s you and your guest service. Not that advertising is the way it will not grow your business, instead it will be closing down. You need proper marketing to grow your business.
It takes its budget when it comes to running a business. Many people fail because of improper budget. ? must realize that it takes money to advertise your business. Many people do not because they have no budget for advertising until you make a sale and you can not make a sale without advertising. So you are stuck in the middle. So many, and not to give up their business even get a chance.
There are many ways to advertise your business for little money. One way is to have some T-shirts or hats made up. You should be able to find someone to make them for just $ 10 or $ 5 each. Give them all you know and wear them in public so your name will be there to see peolpe. Read the rest of this entry »