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New Year, New Business Plan
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Entrepreneur? Or Hardworking Employee Of Your Own Business?
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Starting Your Own Business? Here’s What To Do First
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How To Deal With A Giant Competitor
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The Power Of The SWOT Analysis

New Year, New Business Plan

Happy New Year!

It’s a great time of the year to have some quiet time, recharge your batteries, have a rest and get yourself ready to take off in the new year.

At the same time, this piece of quiet and peace is also a great time to make some New Year Resolutions about your business and make some plans – a great time to write your business [plan for the year ahead!

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Entrepreneur? Or Hardworking Employee Of Your Own Business?

Are you thinking of starting your own business?

Perhaps you’re a subject-matter expert and you have an idea about how your knowledge can help others?

You may even e running a young small business, maybe less than 4 or 5 years old?

The thought of being an entrepreneur is motivating and exciting – ut many who start out to be an entrepreneur end up just working very hard as an employee in their own business. How do you make sure that you become the entrepreneur you started out to be?

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Starting Your Own Business? Here’s What To Do First

Are you thinking of starting your own business?

Exciting times! Let me congratulate you on deciding to take your future into your own hands!

It is an exciting – and also a little frightening – experience as you work out what to do and where you want to go and how to start. What’s the first thing to do?

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How To Deal With A Giant Competitor

Do you feel the fear trickling down your spine when you hear “Amazon”?

Does your business have a similar industry giant coming to town and you’re wondering how it’s going to affect your business?

These big boys really can shift tectonic plates in the marketing world, but you shouldn’t panic – you should get ready.

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The Power Of The SWOT Analysis

One of the most powerful tools you can use in planning is called the SWOT Analysis.

SWOT stands for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. The tool analyses what strengths and weaknesses your business has, and what opportunities and threats may arise.

But many people use it imperfectly and do not harness the full power of the SWOT Analysis. So, how should you use it during a planning exercise to ensure that its powerful advantages are fully utilised?

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