By Christa Myers
If you treat your business as a hobby and do the hard stuff only when you feel like it; you’ll stay trapped in the cycle and wonder why you’re not growing.
Social media is needed. It’s a great asset, and so is profit. If your followers are converting to leads and even sales but you’re not seeing profit; the time you’re putting into social media is costing your business.
This ties in with number two. Budget the time you have to spend; you don’t have to work every day of the year. Make a plan for both your time and money each week. If you’re a client; you know this as your money meeting.
A quick way to stunt your growth; spending more on business growth than you have in the bank. There needs to be a clear understanding of how much money you’ll spend chasing the next big thing in your business. Equestrians know how to spend big and then go home, we have to be very careful to not spend our way out of profit.