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In this multi-part series of articles the author compiled some of the key secrets of high performance people. Both through observation and personal experience he put together what can be thought of as a “best of” list for getting things done. You’ll be surprised how differently high performance people think.
Understanding customers is so important that large corporations spend millions of dollars annually on market research to gain this knowledge. Although formal research is important, a small business can usually avoid this expense. Typically, the owner or manager of a small business knows the customers personally, which is an added advantage. From this personal foundation, understanding your customers can be built through systematic efforts.
Entrepreneurs and small-business owners are used to wearing a lot of hats in their business. However, trying to take care of everything can be harmful to your well-being and your business. With only one person in charge, there’s only so far you can scale. It’s not always easy for highly driven entrepreneurs to give up the reins, but it’s critical to avoid burnout. If you’re struggling to know where and how you should delegate in your small business, take heed of the following six tips.