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Start Your Business With The End in Mind.

Updated: Sep 13

As a small business owner, you have a lot on your plate. You're responsible for everything from marketing and sales to product development and customer service. It can be easy to get caught up in the day-to-day and lose sight of your long-term goals.

That's why it's essential to start with the end in mind. This means taking the time to envision what you want your business to achieve in the future. Once you know where you're going, you can develop a plan to get there.


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Here are a few benefits of starting with the end in mind:

  • Clarity: When you have a clear vision for your business, it's easier to make decisions and stay focused. You're not as likely to get sidetracked by opportunities that aren't aligned with your goals.

  • Motivation: Knowing what you're working towards can help you stay motivated, even when things get tough.

  • Efficiency: With a plan, you can use your time and resources more efficiently. You're not wasting time on things that aren't help you reach your goals.

So, how do you start with the end in mind?

Here are a few steps:

  1. Define your end goal. What do you want your business to achieve in the next year, five or ten years? Write down your goals in as much detail as possible.

  2. Establish your values and non-negotiables. What are your core values? What are the things that are most important to you in your business? Once you know your values, you can start to make decisions that are aligned with them.

  3. Define milestones. What are the key milestones that you need to reach to achieve your end goal? Break down your goals into smaller, more manageable steps.

  4. Move from theory to action. Once you have a plan, it's time to start taking action. Develop a timeline for reaching your milestones and start working towards your goals.

Remember, everyone starts small. No one becomes a successful business owner overnight. It takes time, effort, and dedication. But if you start with the end in mind and stay focused on your goals, you can achieve anything you want.

Here are a few recommended actions for small business owners:

  • Set SMART goals. SMART goals are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound. When you set SMART goals, you're more likely to achieve them.

  • Create a business plan. A business plan is a roadmap for your business. It should include your goals, strategies, and financial projections.

  • Track your progress. It's essential to track your progress toward your goals so that you can stay on track and make adjustments as needed.

  • Celebrate your successes. It's important to celebrate wins, no matter how small they may seem. This will help you stay motivated and keep moving forward.

Key points to remember:

  • Everyone starts small. Don't be discouraged if your business is small right now. Just keep working hard and focus on your goals.

  • Competency is built from learning. Don't be afraid to make mistakes. Everyone makes mistakes. The important thing is to learn from them and keep moving forward.

  • The best confidence is built on real-world success. The more success you achieve, the more confident you'll become. So, focus on setting and achieving goals.

Starting with the end in mind is one of the most important things you can do as a small business owner. By taking the time to envision what you want your business to achieve and developing a plan to get there, you can set yourself up for success.



 

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Executive Coach Dorian Cunion

I am a father, husband, executive coach, and former retail executive. My coaching expertise comes from 21 years of leading operation, sales, and marketing teams. I understand what it is like to feel stuck, undervalued, and underappreciated.

I also know what it takes to invest in professional development, climb the corporate ladder, and find fulfillment at work.

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