Keeping on Track During Tough Times
In times of economic uncertainty, it can be tempting to become protective, and to expend your energy speculating about what this means for your business, or whether in fact you can expect to grow at all during this time. Fear is a very real emotion, yet it can immobilize your business. It can help to acknowledge that nobody (including the experts) knows exactly what’s going to happen, so you are not alone. When the environment becomes challenging, it is actually an opportune time to think about ways to reinvent your business—to change what might have worked yesterday but may not work tomorrow.
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