I get this statement a lot when I first talk to prospective coaching clients, or craft business owners on social media and it’s difficult to answer without knowing the finer details of their business. So in this blog article I wanted to cover some of the main problems I think these businesses face and how you might address them if you are struggling.
One of the first questions I ask my coaching clients when they present a problem in our session is generally; ‘What does your research tell you?’ The reason being is that good solid market research will tell you a great many things about; your customer, your products, your competitors and the market place and if you have been paying attention you may already have the answer to your question.
The more I talk about research, the more my clients start compiling their research better and finding the confidence to answer some of the more basic questions for themselves. You see, part of my job as a craft business coach is to show you that confidence is learned by doing… something which I strongly believe in.
With this in mind I thought it a good idea to compile a list of the most common mistakes I see in business owners’ market research.
There’s no better feeling than that of having a productive day.
You feel on fire, motivated and like you are totally crushing it!
Productivity is one of the key ingredients in making time for the business goals that move you forward and so it’s incredibly important to do all you can to be more productive in your working day.
Today I want to share some tools I use for better productivity and I just know you are going to love them!
I’m also including a special bonus: Better Working Day Hacks that are going to increase the positive mind-set that helps you get things done.
The Top 5 Goals Every Business Should Have!
Are you unsure where to start when it comes to business goals?
Here are my top 5 goals every business should have… big, or small… that’s very important that I say that, because I have seen many smaller businesses fail because they weren’t paying attention to key areas in their business.