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Why thinking 30 minutes about business a day is essential for start ups
It’s hectic life the moment you start your own business, you feel 24hrs a day is also less as at the end of day you have so many pending work to be done some of which is in your control and some which is in control of others e.g you expect interiors to finish by 5 days but it goes on for 15 days. Once when you have got everything sorted out you start your business and you ensure you take it seriously and slowly develop to level which you wanted to scale. But once on scaling what is next becomes the next question.
Once on reaching next levels you tend to involve yourself so busy with running your business that you forget thinking about your business. It may sound what the difference is let me explain.
Running Business is always challenging and taking tough decisions which will ensure revenues and growth but in the process you become blind spot and tend to involve in too many things of your business, so your time is majorly consumed with day to day work.
This goes on for sometime and you tend to realise though you are working hard and taking decisions but still it’s not giving you the growth in revenues. This is where Average Revenue per Hour comes into existence.
It just takes 30 minutes to think about your business, the path you are proceeding in and setting up deliverables this ensures your average revenue per hour increases. Spend time every day thinking how to grow your business, how to leverage your contacts for generating revenues, how to generate leads, how to increase revenues, studying the market and changes that are happening in it, seeing dangers for your business, studying new markets you need to tap.
These things keep you on track in not only running your business but also plays vital role in scaling it and making it stronger day by day.