I ‘m currently putting the final touches on my book, The 6 Pillars of Business Success. I wrote this book because I truly believe that small businesses are the backbone of America and I genuinely want to help courageous entrepreneurs, like you, turn their dreams into extraordinary success.
This is a book for every business owner and entrepreneur, young and not so young, experienced and amateur, as well as those who are successful, and those who feel like they are failing.
When my Grandmother wanted to warn me about something that I was choosing to ignore, she always said, “remember, I am traveling back from the destination that you are headed to.” What she meant was that she had already been where I was going, done what I was going to do, made the mistakes that I could avoid, and had the successes that I have yet to experience. This is exactly what I hope this book will do for you.
When you turn the pages of this book, I encourage you not to take the words you read for granted. Rather, picture yourself opening a new door every time you turn a page. A door of wisdom, exploration, and the opportunity to learn.
Since I started my first business at the age of 16, I haven’t stopped learning. Like you, I have encountered challenges, faced fears, and made my share of mistakes. I have failed and succeeded. During my journey, I kept a journal. In it, I wrote everything I saw, felt, and learned. I wrote about the days that I felt like a millionaire. I wrote about the days that I felt like a failure. I even wrote about the days that I just wanted to quit.
I also wrote about lessons I learned, strategies that worked, and the essential elements of Doing Business Right. Now, through this book, I share these treasures with you. I know that you will find this book beneficial for your business no matter where you are on your journey.
Despite size or number of years established, every business needs what I call “The 6 Pillars of Business Success”, to grow, prosper, avoid dangerous pitfalls, become recession proof, and reduce the risk of failure.
The purpose of this book is to help you understand the ‘Anatomy’ of a successful business. The 6 Pillars of Business Success is not just another book written to get you excited about doing business without teaching you how to do it right. Rather, this book is a treasure map, containing tested and proven methods that, if properly implemented, can lead to extraordinary business success and financial freedom for you.
That said, let’s take a look at The 6 Pillars of Business Success:
- The Legal Pillar: Understanding the Legal Pitfalls that can be detrimental to your business and how to avoid them with proper safeguards.
- The Financial Pillar: Cash and cash flow – keeping the financial machine that funds your business growth well-oiled.\
- The Human Resources Pillar: Identifying and selecting the right people and implementing the right strategy to develop a winning team.
- The Marketing Pillar: Proven strategies for marketing and sales that help you grow and stabilize your business despite economic conditions.
- The Production Pillar: Production planning and tools that will prepare your business to meet increasing demand for your products or services.
- The Customer Service Pillar: Establishing relationships with customers on based trust, loyalty and goodwill, converting them to a powerful sales force.
Look for the book in stores and online in January of 2018.
Need help with your new or existing business? Roger Doumanian is a Certified Business Coach that works with business owners and entrepreneurs who want to achieve extraordinary success. You can learn more about Roger at www.rogerdoumanian.com.
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