Cynsational Quick Notes — Business Tips

Define Your Driving Vision and Values

Cynthia Hull

Tags Business Tips, Entrepreneur, Purpose

Define Your Driving Vision and Values
Starting a business will challenge you in ways you cannot imagine. There will be days when you wonder if you are on the right path. However, being secure in your ambition and vision will keep the doubt at bay. Your dreams, desires, and your expectations of life, will drive your business success. You may see your business as the key to achieving your vision. But if you don't pause to clarify this vision from the outset, your chances of achieving it are drastically reduced.

How to Turn a Dream Into a Workable Plan

How to Turn a Dream Into a Workable Plan
So what’s your big dream? How can you deconstruct it into achievable milestones, workable goals, and finally, daily and weekly tasks? If you can do this (and you definitely can) then you can achieve anything in business and in life.

10 Tips for Working Remotely

10 Tips for Working Remotely

Working at home has many benefits and quite a few challenges. Striking the right balance between your personal life and work life is more difficult when your home is your office.  Here are some tips to improve your work from home productivity:        For more information about creating productive habits:How to Harness the Power of Habits and Routines5 Important Reasons to Develop Good Entrepreneur Habits                                        


6 Key Elements to Creating a Business Plan

6 Key Elements to Creating a Business Plan

Creating a business plan doesn't have to be a complicated or lengthy process. You need to remember to include these 6 key elements:          For more information on how to create a business plan, check out      Business Tune-Up Part One: Success Mindset Find the Right Resources for Your Business (Part 3 of How to Cure Shiny Object Syndrome)                                          


5 Essentials for Starting a New Business

5 Essentials for Starting a New Business

  Starting a business has many moving parts, but with a plan and some organization, anyone can do it. 1. Create a target market profile. Gather data from customers, competitors and online forums.  2. Answer the questions: How does my product or service solve a customer problem in a unique way?  3. Research business legal requirements and start keeping track of startup expenses.  4. Identify your brand theme and determine how you will communicate this theme through your marketing.  5.Complete your marketing plan by researching pricing, promotion, competition and setting measurable goals.      If you need help with your business...

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