Management

The Three Key Elements of Business Development

Many business owners encourage their employees to work hard, creating a culture of hustle and grind. But by promoting a message of balance and pacing oneself, they can add even more value.

Encouraging employees to do their best is important, but it doesn’t always lead to business growth.

To promote work-life balance and prevent burnout, it’s essential to build a strong foundation for the product and create systems that don’t rely solely on employee abilities.

When planning your business, think about the language you want to use to work with your staff. Keep those words in mind when developing your business plan.

Instead of pushing staff to work harder, create products that allow them to enjoy their work at their own pace.

I’ve found that this type of management, which doesn’t rely solely on employee abilities, is less tiring and more aligned with success.

A strong product reduces the chances of problems arising during expansion and minimizes the need for extensive management resources.

By creating a polished product with effective marketing, businesses can expand rapidly while maintaining quality.

Good management involves controlling and leading the business as a whole. Understanding this balance helps achieve business goals and visions.

Despite knowing the importance of both product and marketing, many business owners only focus on technology, neglecting marketing and management.

Remember, success depends on the product, marketing, and management. For example, Kesae Total Balance increased its number of stores by 9 in just two years despite lockdowns.

Understanding what actions drive growth allows you to adjust your efforts based on your growth speed and available resources.

It’s essential to build your business based on the relationships you want to create and what you want to achieve.

From experience, starting a business without this foundation is challenging. But with practice, you can identify what you need and execute your plan effectively.

My massage business is still growing because of its strong foundation. Even if I step back, the business will survive.