Create a Successful Small Business Full of Provision Today

September 9, 2014 / by Jessica Miley

growth_of_companyRunning a successful small business seems like an anomaly these days. It is hard to run a company that you love when your basic needs aren’t being met. We know you want to have a company that is full of provision so that there is revenue, and is profitable enough to meet yours and your employees financial needsl. But why would you want a business that is full of provision?

Provision refers to the basic financial needs of you (the owner) and your employees. Once that paycheck is at risk, it jeopardizes the feeling of safety, which increases stress that will take a negative toll on your company. Having provision means your business is running like a well-oiled machine and is the air that your business needs to survive.

But where do you begin when trying to figure out which part of your business is affecting your provision?

Check out these 11 pieces to business that need to be in working order for you to have a company that meets your provisional needs:

  • Marketing
  • Lead Generation
  • Lead Conversion
  • Client Fulfillment
  • Financials
  • Management
  • Leadership
  • E.Q. (Emotional Intelligence)
  • Group Dynamics
  • Innovation/Creativity
  • Big  Picture/Synergy

Once you have evaluated these different parts of your business, you are able to identify the gaps that you have. Recognizing your gaps or areas of improvement in your business is the first step to creating a successful small business that is full of provision. This is the fastest way to get you there.

Look at how these pieces fit in the provision pie chart:


Going through each of the 11 pieces is a great place for you to start to get you on the fast track to creating a successful small business that will fulfill the financial needs of your employees - including yourself. Check out our website and learn more about being a Passion & Provision companny, meet our marketers and learn more about internet marketing, traditional marketing and more!

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