1.Focusing on getting bigger instead of better.
Working so closely in your business can hinder your ability to see how your brand is experienced by employees as well as customers.
2.Hiring the wrong people.
The wrong approach to hiring and development will create a lack of enthusiasm for what you're building among your team. They'll only be in it for the paycheck.
3.Not distinguishing your business from the competition.
If you're not focusing on what will distinguish you from the competition, your growth will stagnate.
What if you could take a deep dive into understanding the unique 20% of what most successful businesses, like Chick-fil-A, do differently, which gives them 100% better results? In other words, what if we could truly understand what makes certain businesses "revolutionary" and apply those principles to our own organizations?
What you need is an outside expert to look in on your business and tell you exactly what you need to change and where you need to focus your efforts.
Focus on the 20% for 100% Better Results
When you begin to focus on the 20% that makes you unique instead of the 80% you have in common with your competitors, you'll begin to see transformative change throughout your business.
There are key proven principles that you can apply to your business, and without spending a dime on marketing, you can begin to see dramatic results:
- Create a craving among customers for your offerings that demands business growth
- Attract dream employees who become raving fans of your business
- Write an unforgettable story through your business by making a remarkable impact on the world
Sounds too good to be true, doesn't it?
We live in an age where business strategies and best practices are a dime a dozen. Everyone and their brother has a new formula for business growth. The amount of information available on how to improve your organization is more available and over-hyped than ever before.
When we think of big brands like Apple, Nike, and Chick-fil-A, it's hard to envision our own company's names being mentioned in the same sentence. It leaves us feeling defeated, like we'll never make the kind of impact on the world these brands have been able to make.
I have some great news for you: Transforming your own company into a remarkable brand that makes a difference in the lives of others isn't as unrealistic an idea as you think it is. I know, because I've done it.