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Helpful Questions to Keep in Mind

Fri, Jan 13, 2017 at 10:55AM

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Buying a business? Selling your current company? Merging two together? No matter what situation you’re in, there are a few questions you can ask yourself and your team to ensure a thorough, well-planned process.

We’ve put together a few of these key questions in the list below.

What’s the ideal outcome…

There is a certain allure to “winging it”—pursuing a project without much planning, prep, or expectations. But when it comes to advancing your business, it’s always best to have some kind of ideal outcome in mind. This means making short-term goals by the day, week or month, as well as longer-term plans for how you want your business to shape out.

…and the worst case scenario?

While it’s much more exciting to think about your ideal outcome, the worst case scenario also requires some thought. This doesn’t mean to think negatively—rather, it means acknowledging risks and working to avoid them. When you know what it is you want to avoid, you’ll be more conscious of ways to do just that.

Who can I ask for help?

Sometimes, you don’t have the perfect answer or experience to solve a problem—and that’s okay! Always be sure to ask yourself whether there’s someone—a friend, colleague, mentor, etc.—who might have a solution that sticks, or at least some helpful insights.

How can I make this better?

For any one problem, there can be a million-and-one solutions depending on who’s at the helm of the project. It can often be helpful to listen to input from others or spend some time reworking a problem, if only to discover a newer (possibly better) fix.

There’s always room for improvement—so think outside the box and don’t be afraid to try something new.

No matter the task, asking yourself the right questions can keep you aligned with your goals and the success of your project. When it comes to answering those tough questions, we’re here to help—browse through our online resources or give us a call today to learn more!


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