Planning for your next year in business is one of the best things you can do to ensure profitability.
Most small business owners wait until the end of the year to do a quick assessment, but that’s a mistake.Planning for your future success isn’t an annual affair. Click To Tweet
And you should definitely not wait until December to get started. That’s way too late.
At the very least, your planning should begin in October if you are on a calendar schedule or three months before your year end if you are using a “business birthday” schedule.
But the real key to your success is to make sure you do plan. Winging it is not a good way to grow a business.
There’s never a wrong time to assess your business and do some quick future planning.
Take a quick two minutes to watch this video and find out the four key questions you should be asking.
What about you? When do you do planning for your small business?
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