DON'T ABANDON WHAT WORKS

Written by Sharon Dalton Williams


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There is a lot of advice onrepparttar internet on how you should run your business. You'll hear one thing one day about how to "improve" your products and marketing, andrepparttar 117787 next day you'll hear something entirely opposite on how to "improve" your business. It can be incredibly confusing.

Here's what I suggest:

1) Find out what works and what doesn't work for you, your company, and your products. Not everything works for everyone everywhere.

2) Read what comes across your computer screen and see if it fits in with your business plan and your personality. You know your own vision and goals better than anyone else does. If what you read makes sense, it comes from someone you trust, and it "feels right" for you, then putrepparttar 117788 advice to work.

3) If something is already working for you, and someone comes along to tell you how you can "improve" it, make slight changes and test it if you feelrepparttar 117789 advice is sound.

Don't fall victim to drastically changing what you are offering to your loyal customers -repparttar 117790 products and services they've come to expect and enjoy. Don't abandon what's working just forrepparttar 117791 sake of "improvement." Inrepparttar 117792 long run it may cost you time, money, and customers.



Sharon Dalton Williams is a Christian freelance writer whose goal is to change the world one word at a time. Subscribe to her weekly column, *From Sharonís Pen,* at http://www.sharondaltonwilliams.com.


CATER YOUR WAY TO RICHE$

Written by Joan Bramsch


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Learnrepparttar legal requirements, what you'll need to start, how to make deals with suppliers, where to find and communicate with clients, how to design unique party ideas, how to plan ahead, even portion information for different types of gatherings -- receptions, birthday celebrations, afternoon teas, cocktail parties, business lunches.

Remember, each client has dozens and dozens of friends, relatives and business contacts, and each one is a potential customer. Your Success depends solely on your fine service and quality food and drink.

CATER YOUR WAY TO RICHE$ will provide all you need to know to successfully start your small catering business.

Good Luck!

READ MORE: http://joanbramsch.com/books/cater.htm

JOAN BRAMSCH is a family person, educator, writer and E-publisher. Her articles appear internationally in print and online. Six of her best-selling adult novels - near one million copies - have worldwide distribution. Her Empowered Parenting Ezine serves 1000 parents around the globe. http://www.JoanBramsch.com mailto:hijoan@joanbramsch.com




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