Featured Coaching Training: 17 Steps to Maximize Your Profits
Many business owners think you need to increase sales substantially to make more money. However, there’s another way to make more money, which is to maximize your profit margins. Here are 17 tips to make it happen!
Featured Coaching Excerpt - Notes & Transcript, Part 1
Today's Topic: 17 Steps to Maximizing Your Profit Margins.
Notable Quotable: “The only things that evolve by themselves in an organization are disorder, friction, and malperformance.” -Peter Drucker (Austrian-born American management consultant, educator, and author, whose writings contributed to the philosophical and practical foundations of the modern business corporation.)
- All I'm saying is, drivers ask yourself, what is it that you want? And potentially, with your life goals, maybe a membership model is right for you?
- Welcome, we are back! So thankful that you guys have tuned into another exciting episode, I'm joined her by our small business administration entrepreneur of the year, none other than Mr. Clay Clark, welcome Clay. Shicka-bang-bing-bang. And Jason Stewart, incredible web designer. We have an exciting, exciting topic to talk to you, thank you for tuning in. We're talking about 17 steps to maximize your profit margins. Hey listen, if you own a business, you want to own a business, this is your episode. And guess what? You gotta take it seriously cause to the degree that you take these seriously and you focus, that's gonna be the degree that you excel. And check it out, if you don't focus and take this seriously, Clay I'm gonna read a quote here to tell you what's gonna happen. Alright it was by Mr. Peter Drucker, this is what he said, "The only things that evolve by themselves is an organization, in an organization is disorder, friction, and malperformance." Let me just read that again. "The only things that evolve by themselves in an organization by themselves, disorder, friction, and malperformance," Clay?
- Well, it's just like if you're not intentional about creating a specific culture of performance and profitability, you're going to end up with a culture of neglect, of malpractice, non-profitability, it's just not gonna be good, it's gonna drift. So what Peter's saying, I'm going to read it one more time, "The only things that evolve by themselves," you know without you and I stimulating them, "In an organization are disorder, friction, and malperformance." So we're gonna talk about 17 specific steps to maximize your profit margins.