Every year when Spring rolls around, I get a burst of energy. It often brings with it new ideas and a different perspective, giving me the chance to see things that I might not be able to see about myself and my business at other times of the year.
I always ask the mom entrepreneurs I coach to do a check-in on their business each year. After all, it’s easy to get stuck in a rut, doing the same thing you always do, even though it might not be working for you anymore.
And every year that you’re in business, you’re likely learning new skills, gaining more information about what your target market needs from you, and seeing interesting ways your competition is providing similar solutions. Are you making time each year to re-evaluate your business and make the changes that need to be made?
It can be hard to know where to start. On today’s Mom Biz Solutions Show (click here for the 15-minute podcast), I teach you the four questions you must ask yourself every year to make sure you keep your business current and relevant. And the good news is, these are the same questions you probably asked yourself when you started this business. The kicker is that the answers do change.
Tune into the podcast to learn what four questions you need to ask to make sure you’re still delivering the best value you can to your clients!