Less than 30 percent of businesses last more than 10 years, and most failures happen within the first few years of operation.
The truth is, many things could go wrong: an ill-conceived business idea, poor planning, lack of capital, ineffective leadership, and more. In the high-stakes world of running a business, those are the facts.
High Yield Contractors realize there are a variety of skills owners need to know to make a business work — and learning how to managing your business and your team effectively are chief among them.
Your team needs to know and commit to the company's mission, strategy and standards. You, as the manager, must establish the guiding principles and direction for the company and be clear and consistent on where the business is heading and how it's going to get there.
Be proactive with developing your management skills and you'll soon be on your way to becoming a High Yield Contractor.