How do you know if your business marketing is left in the dust? In other words, how do you know that it’s subpar – being left as a ‘nice to have’ instead of a 'need to have'? Are you marketing effectively to bring in new customers? Our lives are getting busier and busier and often marketing our businesses can get left in the dust. It can feel like it’s not a priority, especially when you are taking care of clients, putting out fires and getting through your tasks for the day.
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Yep it’s that time of year and we tend to get really focused on what our goals are for the next year. They can be lofty, grand, easy to achieve, lame, plentiful, impossible BUT are you setting them the right way so that you can ensure success in achieving them is the question! I’ve grown my business and met my goals every year and helped a ton of business owners meet theirs so let me share some secret tips on the RIGHT way to set goals for your business.
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