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Published on March 27, 2017 John Gardiner Freedom Finder, Wealth Creator, Fun back into Business
When you start your business, you will know something about the industry you are entering. You may know something about finance, you may know something about marketing, you may know something about management and you may know something about employing people. You will no doubt understand a little bit about some of these subjects, but it is rare that anyone starting a business knows all about everything. To be successful in business, you must understand that you need to have an overview of all of these subjects and more, but you do not need to be perfect in everything – ever!
You will bring your strengths to your business and you will also bring your weaknesses. You may be strong in sales or admin or doing the books or managing people or IT or a hundred other skills that are used to start an enterprise. There may be some residual knowledge in your head from your corporate career like human resources or people management or you may have learned some things from your business-owning parents or relatives. You will also have some bad habits, erroneous perspectives and just plain dumb beliefs about how business is transacted.
To become successful in business, you must become a leader. Even if the only leadership skill you master is to know how to lead yourself, you must become a leader. Leaders are readers. Leaders know that the path to success is paved with great knowledge and the use of that knowledge. There is a popular saying that “Knowledge is power.” Nothing could be further from the truth. The power comes from the skillful use of knowledge. You can be the best-educated business person on the planet but unless you use that knowledge wisely, you will just be another educated idiot.
You learn and use that knowledge so that you can improve your business. As you learn something and incorporate it into your business, you will find something else that you can improve. Whether it is personal development or professional development, keep your mind open to new and better ways to ramp up your profits and new ways to be the best person you can be. There is no end game with improvement. It is a constant pathway and it has enormous rewards. A very savvy businessman called Dale Beaumont was talking about this recently and suggested that if you can improve just 5 parts of your business by just 10% each, your business will not just improve by 50% but by way more than 100% because the 10% increases compound. We are not talking addition here, we are talking multiplication.
How do you improve? There is a business encyclopedia available to you and the majority of it is absolutely free. It is called Google. I am still gob-smacked by what you can learn from some of the smartest people in the world for free on the Internet. There would be very few industries that are not covered by this amazing tool. But it doesn’t have to be dry research. Get with your peers. If there is not an association of the people in your field, start one. Talk to them and share knowledge. Have lunch with them or get a regular Skype chat going or use Meetup to start a group. Create a Facebook page that encourages your peers to join and share or maybe start or join a LinkedIn group. Once you can get over yourself and realise that by sharing knowledge you will all learn from each other, who knows what can happen.
As a side-note, please do not re-invent the wheel. If you are having an issue within your business, somebody somewhere has probably had the same experience and has solved it. The first thing to do is to explore business knowledge and see if there is a solution. Even if what you find is only part of a solution, it is better than starting from scratch and wasting all of that time and effort.
You can learn from your failures. Learn what not to do or how to do it better. You will also learn from your successes. There is a school of thought out there that success is a bad teacher – hogwash. When you succeed, you learn what you did right. Do more of that. This is not rocket science.
The most successful people in the world are in a state of constant improvement. They learn from each other, they share information with the world and they become the best people that they can be. Surely we can learn from them. You will be paid in your marketplace exactly what you are worth, in other words you will be paid for the value that you bring to that marketplace. The more you learn about your industry, your business, your suppliers, your customers and your staff, the more value you will bring to the marketplace and the more you will be paid.
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Phoenix Commercial Real Estate and Investment Real Estate: Investors and Owner / Users need to really know the market today before making a move in owner user Commercial Properties, Investment Properties and land in Phoenix / Maricopa County, Pinal County / Arizona, as the market has a lot of moving parts today. What is going on socio-economically, what is going on demographically, what is going on with location, with competing businesses, with public policy in general — all of these things affect the quality of selling or purchasing your Commercial Properties, Commercial Investment Properties and Commercial and large tracts of Residential Land Therefore, you need a broker, a CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member) who is a recognized expert in the commercial and investment real estate industry and who understands Commercial Properties and Investment Properties. I am marketing my listings on Costar, Loop-net CCIM, Kasten Long Commercial Group. I also sold hundreds millions of dollars’ worth of Investment Properties / Owner User Properties in Retail, Office Industrial, Multi-family and Land in Arizona and therefore I am working with brokers, Investors and Developers. I am also a CCIM and through this origination ( www.ccim.com ) I have access to marketing not only in the United States, but also internationalClick here to find out what is a CCIM: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CCIM
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- DEMOGRAPHIC FACTS ABOUT MARICOPA COUNTY:
- The average age of the population is 34 years old.
- The health cost index score in this area is 102.1. (100 = national average)
- Here are some of the distributions of commute times for the area: <15 min (22.7%), 15-29 min (36.8%), 30-44 min (25.1%), 45-59 min (8.6%), >60 min (6.8%).
Feel free to contact Walter regarding any of these stories, the current market, distressed commercial real estate opportunities and needs, your property or your Investment Needs for Comercial Properties in Phoenix, Tucson, Arizona.
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I am a successful Commercial / Investment Real Estate Broker in Arizona now for 20 years. If you have any questions about Commercial / Investment Properties in Phoenix or Commercial / Investment Properties in Arizona, I will gladly sit down with you and share my expertise and my professional opinion with you. I am also in this to make money therefore it will be a win-win situation for all of us.
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