What if you had a way of knowing what your greatest opportunities were as well as the most important things your organization should be focusing on right now?
Most entrepreneurs start their business by discovering a way to make a widget or provide a service and sell it. They’ll spend countless hours and years struggling to figure out a way to grow exponentially, create reoccurring income, and find a life in the process.
While many business owners have continued growth, what they don’t see is the incredible number of opportunities being missed on a daily basis. On top of that, they continue to hire people in positions that they perceive to be necessary. All along not knowing if some, or most of the positions are needed.
Are there other areas they should be focusing their time and money on? Are there areas of the company that shouldn’t exist? What are the opportunities that are being missed, and what’s the best way to capitalize on them?
When I started my business, I knew everything I did would be centered around helping people find purpose in their lives, growing leaders to greatness, and impacting businesses on levels bigger than they ever experienced.
I added some processes to what I’ve been teaching businesses and leaders on for over a decade, and developed our Strategic Planning Event.
The event has been so powerful to so many businesses, that I asked just a few of them to share their stories about the event.
“You can’t run your business at the level it has the potential to be unless you have this information.” – Brian Staley, ITG
If you’re ready to take your business to the next level, click here and get more information. Don’t wait for growth, make it happen today!
Question: What have you done to grow strategically in your business?
2 thoughts on “Why Strategic Planning Matters”
Great video. Just excellent. My favorite quote: “…an extra $5M here, an extra $5M there…” ha ha! Great stuff Chris, keep it up.
Remarkable work once again Chris. Everyone should have a special bucket in their budget (like I do) that goes to the “Chris LoCurto Helps the Business” fund.