You know that yucky feeling you get when you see something that has so much “build-up” that you just want to wash it all away? Whether it’s the way you feel about your hair being coated in product or your brain jammed full with daily to-do’s or not knowing what’s in your bag, I am sure you’ve had this feeling before.
There is so much going on that you don’t even know what to keep and what to get rid of unless you just dump it all on the table.
The same thing happens to our business after running it for some time. Conducting a business detox by removing all the build-up can bring in so many new business opportunities without actually starting anything new.
Imagine being free from the anxious thoughts of having to offer something new or to try new marketing to gain more traction. You just need to detox your business first by eliminating stagnant areas, which will allow things to run smoothly & effortlessly.
This is, by far, the most underrated, low-hanging fruit when it comes to business transformation strategies.
Visualize a gem covered with thick mud and clay that gets purified with fresh, clear water, revealing its true form. That can be your business!
If your business is in the season of growth and expansion, what you don’t want to do is to amplify your mess. Many entrepreneurs tend to focus more on adding things to their businesses over subtracting time-wasting activities, and that’s not a way to go. For more on how to find out whether your business is “scale-ready,” check out my previous post here. (Insert the link)
“Oh gosh! Right, I’m ready to detox my business! Where should I start?”
Glad you are game. But hold your horses for just a minute. Here, I am going to unearth this one crucial step business owners tend to overlook. It’s possibly because it’s not often discussed in the business community. Can you guess what that is?