Planning to grow your business?
24th April 2014
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There are so many quotes on planning. 

From Benjamin Franklin’s:  “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” 

Winston Churchill suggested:  “Plans are of little importance, but planning is essential.”

Warren Buffet observed: “Someone's sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.” 

Whilst Spike Milligan perhaps slightly tongue in cheek said:  “We have a plan, therefore nothing can go wrong”.

It’s been said that many of us spend more time planning our summer holidays than we do our lives (or our businesses).  This might give us a fantastic 2 week vacation … but what about the other 50 weeks of the year?  What about our dreams and goals?

For many business owners business planning is a task that’s often only done at the request of the bank – perhaps when applying for a loan.  Many owners have the intention of “planning”, and understand the value of planning but not surprisingly tasks of a higher priority get in their way.  Perhaps this is what happens when you set out to plan goals for your business.

Angus Lyon from Business Growth Specialists – Johnson Fellowes Ltd will be speaking for 10 minutes at The Best Of Woking networking event on 1st May.  Angus will be providing you with a great outline to enable you start dreaming about your goals for your business – and understand how to turn them into a plan. 

There’s a quote that’s often attributed to golfer, Arnold Palmer “The harder I practice, the luckier I get.” 

So come along on 1st May, and give yourself the tools to practice.  Oh, and there’ll be some GREAT NETWORKING with other Woking businesses … and who knows the value connections you’ll make!

Grow your business - Johnson FellowesPS - if you missed our offer of a FREE eBook to grow your business in our previous blog post - it's still available on our website.


About the Author

Suzanne Hazelton

Member since: 23rd March 2014

With my partner Angus Lyon, we run Johnson Fellowes Ltd. We're business growth specialists. I describe myself as a "people-ologist". I'm a leadership coach and positive psychologist. I work with the...

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