Time to work on your business
August 4, 2020
Market insight by Luisa Grey, Director, Eazipay Ltd
Ask any business coach what their number one priority is when they are working with a small business and they will answer: “Don’t just work ‘in’ your business, make time to work ‘on’ your business.”
It’s a tough ask, especially when time is the one thing you don’t have enough of to begin with. Working ‘on’ your busines may be a tall ask, but it is absolutely critical to your success – now more than ever when there is so much uncertainty fogging the economic landscape.
So, in wanting to help you get started on the road to working ‘on’ your business, let me ask you a few questions to get the ball rolling. Since lockdown began in March, has your business been paid all the money its owed? If it hasn’t, how do you expect to be paid? How will you manage those late payers moving forwards? Do you even want late payers as customers and what impact has all that had on your cashflow?