Stuff we read this week that we think is worth sharing.
Your SWOT analysis should give you a clear, comprehensive sense of your business’s internal strengths and weaknesses, as well as the external factors that represent possible opportunities and threats to your organization. At whatever stage your business is in, a well-executed SWOT analysis can provide you with the insights you need to craft a coherent and successful competitive position.
Get your small business ready for the year-end with this simple checklist. Wrap up the year making sure accounts and files are organized and your financials are in order.
Your mindset is as important as your best idea. Develop a good one, and you make everything in your life better immediately.
The more often you take your company’s “pulse,” the sooner you’ll be able to notice — and react to — changes in your business situation.
You haven’t achieved your goals because you don’t believe you can have what you want. But you can by changing your thinking.