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Running your own business whether it is a traditional bricks and mortar business, an online business, a one person operation or a multi-national company, you need to have a set of goals that you are ...

Running your own business whether it is a traditional bricks and mortar business, an online business, a one person operation or a multi-national company, you need to have a set of goals that you are striving to achieve. Goals give us direction and help us to get the things that we want in life. So if you want to be successful you need to set yours, your business and your employees goals

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  • 1. Your Business and Goals. 6 Important Tips
    Running your own business whether it is a traditional bricks and mortar business, an online business, a one person operation or a multi-national company, you need to have a set of goals that you are striving to achieve. Goals give us direction and help us to get the things that we want in life. So if you want to be successful you need to set yours, your business and your employees goals
    Terry Shadwell
  • 2. Your Goals
    It is vital in business success that you have your own personal goals.
    You use these goals to set out what you want to achieve over the next 20 years.
    Breaking the 20 years down in 6 months, 1 year, 5 years, 10 years and then 20 years will give you a great guide to put you on track to success.
    The important thing to remember is that you goals are personal; they are not about your business.
    They can relate to your business but your goals will talk about your finances, property, health, relationships, travel and beliefs.
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  • 3. Your Business Goals
    No business can operate without a plan and business goals give you that plan.
    Like your personal goals, business goals need to be set out for the next 20 years.
    You need to know where you want to be with your business in 20 years so that you can start working towards it.
    You business goals do not contain any personal goals, they are related to finance, business growth, employee numbers, level of success and market penetration.
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  • 4. Your Employee’s Goals
    This is one area that is seriously overlooked in the area of business.
    All managers want their employees to work harder but they have no idea on how to help motivate employees.
    Your business need to help employees set out their goals for the next 20 years.
    You need to show the power of goal setting to employees and help them set out their own personal goals.
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  • 5. Aligning Them All
    Now that you, your business and your employees have goals you need to ensure that they are all aligned.
    You need to ensure that you personal goals are aligned with your business.
    If travel is part of your personal goals, can your business help you achieve that goal?
    The same with employees, they may want more money, or time off for sport or family.
    If you understand their goals you can then help them achieve them and they will be willing to work harder.
    If you can align all the goals together you will have a happier and more motivated work force.
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  • 6. Working Towards Them
    Too many people believe that once that they set goals that they will just automatically happen.
    Unfortunately that is not the truth. Now that your goals are set you need to start putting in effort to achieve them.
    That means reading them every day and then doing whatever is necessary to move towards that goal.
    Your employees need to be encouraged to do the same thing.
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  • 7. Review Your Goals
    One of the most important aspects of a business is reviewing your gaols every 6 months to see what you have achieved, what you have not, what you have next, what needs to change, and what is no longer important.
    Over time as you grow in your business, you may find that you no longer want to achieve some goals, so they need to be removed from the list.
    At the start of every year you should reset your goal to ensure that they are up to date with you, your business and your employees.
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  • 8. In Conclusion
    By following these simple and easy steps you should start seeing more success in your business.
    So set your, your business and your employee’s goals, take action to move towards them and review regularly and start having the life that you want.
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  • 9. More Information
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    Terry Shadwell
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