Being in business requires you to play good offense and defense
Let's say you run your own business and are grossing one million dollars a year. Well, that's playing some pretty good offense. What if your cost of goods sold and overhead expenses are one million and one dollars? Well, that may not be good defense.
It takes playing both halves (offense and defense) to run a successful business. While you look for ways to grow your revenues, you must look for ways to reduce your expenses.
It's when you stop working both sides that the business really suffers. Sounds like a simple thing really and yet so many businesses suffer because they forget to consistently work this simple strategy.
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Richard J. Garcia | 11/22/2011