Entrepreneurs are different. We’re dream chasers. We desire creative freedom, time freedom, or financial freedom… or all of the above. We thrive on independence and have little to no desire to work for someone else as an employee.
Keep your team happy means more than having snacks in the breakroom. There are often underlying factors that are overlooked but have a great impact on how employees feel about their work environment. Bottom line – Your team should want to come to work.
There are some things that you can do without deep thought, like grabbing dinner or buying a sweater. But choosing your next home should be an intentional act. We usually start our home search with a good idea of what we’re looking for. We prepare, research and try to think of everything that we want our home to have.
The idea of being present in the moment and intentionally enjoying your life sounds good, right? The picture-perfect vision of you being focused on your goals, manifesting your dream life, and constantly improving… is how we all envision the ideal scenario for our lives. While it’s clear that it’s the most beneficial way to live, many of us still struggle with finding our way.
Sometimes what’s holding you back from the life you desire is something you will never be able to change… the past.
If you’re a business owner, you may already know that it’s impossible to meet your customer’s expectations 100% of the time. It’s important to have processes in place that allow you to respond to customer issues quickly. Being proactive with customer complaints is an essential component of establishing a good business reputation and building customer loyalty.