Today we’re going to talk about something pretty big when it comes to running a business: solving problems before they happen. 2020 presented many types of problems for all of us, however, no matter what year it is or the level of chaos around us, businesses have a track record of having problems—even successful businesses. So today, I’m talking about how to powerfully and effectively solve big problems when it comes to your business.

The solutions I will discuss in this episode come from listening to many business owners and experts, reading a plethora of books, and doing the work. You will hear how important accountability is to the survival of your business, how to find solutions, important questions to ask, and more. So, if you’ve had some big problems in your business or have been on the verge of failing because of a critical crisis in your business, this episode is for you.

In this episode, we cover topics such as:

  • How taking responsibility will allow your business to move forward.
  • The importance of knowing the cause of your business’s problems.
  • What big problems need in order to be solved.
  • One of the biggest solutions to your business problems.
  • Why you must make a decision and take action.

Please enjoy today’s episode — and visit the resources below to find everything mentioned in the show!

What you will hear:

[1:56] Why you have to take responsibility.

[6:13] How to find out what led to the problems your business is facing.

[7:52] The right kind of way to find more solutions and success.

[9:59] Why you should ask “who?” rather than “how?”.

[12:58] The worst thing to do and how to move forward.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

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