Posted on 22 July '15 by , under General News.
A contributing factor to a business’s success is the owner’s personal financial stability.
Business owners who carry personal financial troubles into their business risk being distracted by their personal situation, which can affect concentration levels and decision-making processes. Rather than thinking of how to keep improving a business, time may be spent instead thinking about how to earn any much-needed money.
Owners should also keep their personal financial situation completely separate from their business in terms of money. Borrowing any money from the business to pay personal bills can very quickly lead to a disaster.
One way business owners can avoid this kind of predicament is to clarify and track their business goals, as well as face up to dealing with the obstacles that will come with running a business. There will always be rough patches that can set a business back a few steps, but that doesn’t mean that the business is a failure. Setting a series of small goals, which are specific, actionable and measureable, can help make seemingly unattainable goals come into focus