Maintaining Business Values – Remember Why You Started Your Business
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I thought long and hard about how to start this blog.
I could have talked about how businesses generally begin. You may have wanted to be more independent and focus further on what matters to you. Or, you simply thought that you can do more with your skills.
Similarly, I could have talked about the kind of passion that is associated with starting a new business. But, my feelings on passion are well known. Passion doesn’t pay the bills.
But, whatever you do, remember and maintain your business values. (I am assuming that you defined your business values from the start. If you did not, get back on the drawing board and think about this).
The Present & the Future of Your Business
Your business values defined your beginnings. They helped in taking you to the level you are currently at. And, they are surely the basis for further growth and success in your business.
But, it is easy to forget this kind of thing once the available time starts shrinking. You may also start forgetting about your business values when you start getting too comfortable in your current state.
Both these cases will harm your business in the long run.
Continuation of a Message
In the simplest form, a continuation of business values coincides with the continuation of the message you are giving to your current and potential clients. And, there are more reasons to do so too.
Human brain likes consistency and strives at trying to maintain conditions, especially when the conditions are deemed positive. Businesses are simply an extension of this feeling and follow the same path. But, that is not it.
The message you are giving to your current and potential clients, as well as your team, has a deeper impact. If your aspirations are to build a respectable business, the continuation of business values goes a long way.
Maintaining Business Values & Branding
Repetition creates association. And, the association with the right words, imagery and beyond, creates a brand.
At this point, I do not need to tell you the value of building a brand. From recognition to marketing, and from sales to operations, branding is the representation of your business that drives you to success, when done correctly.
And, if all of this is not relevant to you, just remember your roots. (I won’t go into grandpa mode now).
Get a posted and put it on your wall if that helps. And, keep going.
But, if you want to present your business values in the best way possible, this is where we come in.
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