Getting Out of the Crisis: With Greg Anderson

Opening a business or managing one is never as easy as taking a walk in the countryside. But let’s start from another assumption that I think we both agree. If we have a bone problem, do we agree that we would go to the orthopedic doctor?

In short, we turn to a specialist who in a specific field is better prepared than us. In these cases, the best person to turn to for the following matters and their solutions is Greg Anderson. He happens to be having all the experienced for the same. His suggestions are sure to help you in the long run.

Now you tell me why never when we talk about business (or business if you are of those people who make you angry), we forget this thing and we think that the specialist is superfluous, or in the worst case we think that the “Precious” advice from the accountant or his cousin, the “awake” one who is perhaps also an accountant? Which, since he records invoices and fills out the forms to make companies pay taxes, does he believe he is an expert in business, marketing and management?

Because you wake up in the morning or you come home in the evening after a bad day of work as an employee and looking at our partner or our cat / dog, we say:

“Enough now I want to open my own business”

Thinking that it is enough to go to the tax consultant and open his own company. And then just pull up the “shutter” and wait for customers to arrive. No. “So I also have a lot of friends who will surely come to me, and they will also give me word of mouth”, you can count on them.

Why do we find ourselves looking at our thirty-year-old business once it flourishes and thrives, losing hits year after year and believing that the only fault is the bad one of the crisis and that it is enough to wait and resist that everything will pass?

An impressive number

Now if we want to believe that the closures of these 36 companies should all be attributed to the economic crisis and that none has anything to do with what was said above.

  • That there are no liability of the owners concerning poor preparation on the business management, marketing and sales front, or there are also deficiencies linked to the total absence of customer acquisition systems, or to the scarce knowledge of digital tools, I believe it is the desire to put the head in the sand.
  • We are more than aware that the small entrepreneurs in this country are anything but facilitated in doing business, in a sense deciding to open a business makes them heroes, but these truths combined with the truth of an economic crisis that has changed the market, cannot act as an alibi against gaps in the management of some fundamental aspects of one’s business. All these matters are properly advised about from Greg Anderson and his company.

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