Has the Hamster Wheel of Business Stopped?
Felt like you were on a hamster wheel with your business ?– then COVID-19 hit. Do you really want to get back on the same hamster wheel?
About this Event
When most people start up they have not run their own business before. Most people only start one business. So you started up and you have great ideas at the beginning. Suddenly 10 years have passed and you’re completely worn down. So if you were starting again with the experience of 10 years, or however long it has been, what would you do differently?
We look at the Seven things that you really need to think about when you’re shaking up your business:
- Business model
- Cash flow
- Your own role in the business
- Your life outside the business
We’ll deliver a short, insightful “how to” webinar with all the toolkits you need to get started and build some momentum. We know that there are a lot of people currently running around, putting on webinars as thinly disguised sales sessions. Our webinar is zero sales and 100% action orientated. You will leave with at least ONE thing you can immediately implement that will have an immediate impact on your business and on you. At the end we will provide you with a complete bundle of toolkits and an extract from our book. You’ll get the things that you need do to change your business for the better – no matter what the new normal is.
Who’s it for?
If you are a business owner and
- You know now is a good time to prepare for the bounce back
- You recognise that things weren’t great and you know you need a change
- You are thinking of starting another new business in the future
- You might be thinking that one of your options is to close the business
When the current situation bounces back to “normal” it’s going to be like opening a box of monkeys. Everybody is going to be scrambling around for personnel and talent, for customers and for survival. How do you behave now will make your business more resilient in the future so that if this ever happens again you know exactly what to do. How are you going to operate in a way that doesn’t mean that you’re actually fighting to be the first to the lowest price?
You’ve got time to think about your business radically differently. Remember if Henry Ford had asked his potential customer what they wanted, they would have said faster horse who produce less manure. Is it time to think about how you can give your future customer a car?