Simple approach improvement
This ties right to the first key question: Where is your largest margin? The reason why this is also important is because your time is valuable! You need to be as efficient as possible.
If you are not spending time on the areas where you have highest margins, who will? Do you have a plan to grow this area of your business? Who is assigned to this area of opportunity? Are they your best employee(s)?
The key to this question is simple, and is the most important starting point for every business.
Where is your largest margin? Is it a product, a service, an offering?
Before we get started you must answer this question: Where is your largest margin?
Spend a few minutes writing down where that is. This post is very short, but it is an important concept that you need to answer for yourself.
Till next time…
Are you interested in making more money? Do you love what you do, but don’t k
now how to get better? There are many ways to make your business more profitable using simple techniques.
Now that I got your attention, you must be wondering why should I listen to Joeri?
Let me give you a little background on me. I am passionate about making things better. I have more than 20 years experience in Corporate America, completing projects that saved over $300 Million dollars over the last 3 years alone. Every group that I worked
with was like its own business. Over the last 5 years I have mentored more than 350 people using and applying process improvement principles and driving business results.
There is not one process that can’t be improved. In my blog I will give you simple and easy to apply principles that will make an immediate impact on your business. But before I give you these principles, let me tell you why this is important to me.