We’ve all heard how important it is to work ON your business, and not just IN your business. Most of the vendors soliciting their services to my businesses have claimed that if I buy from them I’ll suddenly have time to do just that.
Most entrepreneurs are too busy handling the day-t0-day tasks, the urgent issues, and it’s been hard to have free time to focus on business development. And that’s the problem right there – “Free” time. If the time is “Free,” anything unexpected or urgent can fill it at the last minute. And if you don’t know exactly what you’ll be doing in that block of time, then it’s just an empty container waiting for something to fall into it.
It’s been recommended to spend at least 1 hour every week on business development… so once you have that time on blocked out on your schedule, how do you plan to spend it?
Here’s sample 8-week system that can help spark new ideas and promote continual business growth: