Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Getting The Most Out Of What You Have.

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We all would love to trade in that used car for a brand new one or buy a new faster laptop to replace the slow one you currently own. The reality of it is you might be stuck with your piece of junk for quite some time, so it is important that you get the most out of it.

If you took a survey and asked how many people would like to trade in something they had now for a better version of the same thing you would get a resounding amount of people agreeing with you. But we can't always get what we want and for the time being we have to make do with what we have for the moment. Instead of running to trade in or buy a newer version of it we should make sure that we are getting the most out of what we have. How many times have you been close to throwing batteries away only to find out that when you put them in another device it gave you an extra month of power until they finally ran out of juice. If we make sure that we are using all of our resources to the fullest of their capabilities it will create stability and limit the amount of dissatisfaction that we often come across when we feel something is not getting the job done. A little bit of patience would help too but that’s a story for another time. As a business owner it is important that you give any type of new business plan you have just implemented time to really take effect. It won't happen overnight but if its properly utilized it will give returns tenfold. But in the meantime you should continue to operate your business, just because you are implementing something new does not mean you should skimp on service continue to use what you have until it is the appropriate time to move onto the next phase of your business. You might have customers that were used to you doing business a certain way before and it will take them time to adjust so you should be properly communicating with them on how the new procedures will take place. While doing that, you can still do business with them the way you have been doing in the past. Reward them for their loyalty and for them continuing to do business with you though it's a temporary inconvenience.    

It may not be the best or fastest but for the time being it is what you must use to ensure that you can progress to the next stage of your business. In the meantime continue to use what you are using making sure you get the most out of it so there is nothing left but a memory.

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