Why You Need A Business Vision for Long Term Success
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There is a saying that goes like this: “Failing to plan is planning to fail.” When running a business, many people skip developing a business vision, with intentions on getting back to it later. Whether it’s being distracted by social media, getting a logo just right, or chasing a dollar to pay the bills, the critical business building planning often goes ignored. Again, you can have every intention of doing strategic planning when the time is right or when you make enough money to go on a retreat, but if you don’t make a point to stop you’ll never get the chance. Here’s the thing: as an entrepreneur you don’t have a boss to tell you to go to lunch. A boss to make you take a legally mandated day off, vacation, etc. It’s just you. Without someone there telling you to stop working, you might find yourself working all times of the day and night in your business… and not on your business. If you skip steps because you think they don’t matter (because you just have a “small” business or a sole proprietorship and…