The last few months have shaken the business community to its foundation. While many are reeling from the instability in our local economy, it’s imperative that we find the opportunities in the shake-up. They’re there...if you look for them. Every change, while difficult, brings with it a chance to return smarter, stronger and better than before. Here is Director of Sales Carrie Berkbuegler with 10 tips for business owners to consider when preparing your company to return to the marketplace.
We are all in need of a little push of pandemic positivity. In the last 8-10 weeks, quarantine has brought out the best...and the worst...in each of us. We bounce back and forth from “I can do this!” to “Why me?” in a matter of minutes. As we start to poke our heads outside and cautiously step back into the marketplace, what mindset will we embrace? You can’t go back and change what’s happened...you can only move forward. Our hope is that this pandemic positivity pledge will be your start to positioning yourself to power forward.
The winter freeze seems to come earlier every year. With the colder temperatures, everyday responsibilities that are a breeze in warmer months become more taxing during winter: whether it’s thawing your car windshield, making the commute to work in stalled traffic or staying alert during the early evening sunset, it takes a little extra time to complete simple tasks when it’s cold outside. Business tends to stall as well: unless your industry can rely on consistent holiday business, you will likely see less traffic during the fourth quarter. With this ebb in the professional world it can be easy to get discouraged. Rather than remain stagnant or fall behind, we recommend considering this an opportunity to get creative with your time. Check out our three ways to stay motivated during the winter months below!