Deciding on a price for a service you offer is a difficult challenge. You can easily leave money on the table. Watch this video suggested by mentor Scott W for tips.
Many people are attracted to the idea of starting and growing their own business. In most countries there are literally millions of Small Businesses and all of them have been started, at some point, by a person highly motivated and excited about starting their business.
However, this is a highly risky and quite traumatic experience for many.
In this article, we introduce several of the issues that a start-up needs to consider. We also suggest a far less risky approach to getting yourself into business. If you are starting a venture capital funded, high-tech, business without much business experience, the startup techniques here can also help you.
If your business has been going for any length of time it probably has acquired a few “barnacles” slowing down its profit. Try this 100 Day sprint that has a stretch goal of doubling your profit in the 100 dayshttps://mailchi.mp/bcc354924259/p50ef4e8b6
Get a Head Start on Pricing for Profit with this 4 minute video. A tip from our mentor Scott W.
Last edition of Tips we explained that the traditional accounting equation of Income-Expense=Profit has the effect of putting profit last. We think it should be first else why run a business. Now read Part Two of how to achieve this. https://mailchi.mp/468801850bb9/9aq6p6q6lb
Supplied by our mentor Scott W.