Never promise something if you may not deliver it


By Sandi Saksena
2017… we read all about new begins, turning over a new leaf, a plethora of advice, motivational goal setting, and more. Targets revised, companies supposedly taking stock of expansion, downsizing, restructuring, innovation and the like. So, where do you figure in this?
Is the business you are involved in facing hurdles? Have you been effected by the downturn? Are your services, products no longer in demand? Are you still relevant in this market and can you sustain the slowdown because this is a cycle as we all know and only a matter of time or in the case of a business the timing.
The question to you, the business owner, does it make good business sense to go, stay or leave, restructure, trim down, cash in or cash out?
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