Tags – Increase Sales Through Marketing
With so many companies out there, it’s easy to think that everything will be successful.
However, the only way for your business idea or venture to truly grow is through “small wins” before large-scale victories can happen!
Many entrepreneurs forget this important part of their journey, and end up running around trying desperately to get something off ground zero, when really, they should have taken on challenges.
And rather than taking this as a loss, take this as a valuable learning lesson which might lead them down new paths towards success.
The Starting Mentality
When you’re first starting out a project, it’s important to take on challenges where you can learn valuable lessons from both victory and defeat. These experiences will help you grow as a leader and better prepare you for the challenges of running a successful business.
As your business grows, so will your team. It’s important to put together a team of people who share your vision and are passionate about your company’s success.
With the right team in place, you’ll be able to take your business to the next level.
The Hiring Mentality
If you’re looking to fill a position in your company, it makes sense that the best person for that job would have natural talent and skill set. In football terms – this translates into a goalkeeper having quick reflexes and nifty footwork.
A leading manufacturer, Chris Cox of Trifibre shared an interesting finding with Harmeet.
Chris found in his decades of experience that account managers are best when they are naturally regimental, structured and systematic, whereas sales individuals are able to perform better when they’re able to problem solve with natural creative skills.
On the other hand, creatives can become unproductive if they are forced to become efficient.
The Marketing Mentality
Marketing is an area where it’s important to have a good team.
After all, they are the ones who help create and execute the vision for a company.
This means that it’s important to find people who are a good fit for the job and have natural personalities that will mesh well with the rest of the team.
One way to do this is by looking at previous work experience and seeing if the team has collaborated on any projects before.
Another way to get to know the team is by having ongoing conversations with them and getting to know them on a personal level. This will help you see if they are people who you can trust and if they share the same values as you.
The Systematic Mentality
It’s also important to have a team that is systematic and process-oriented.
This means that they should have effective processes in place that help them work together efficiently. Having a team that is able to work together in this way will help ensure that the final product is of the highest quality, and overall boost your bottom line.
We constantly hear how difficult it is to find the right marketing team.
However, if you take a look at someone’s experience and the businesses they’ve worked with, it can give you a good indication of whether or not they will be successful in your organisation.
At Axies, we pride ourselves on having the right person in the right job position. We would love to chat with you about your marketing challenges and see how we can help solve them.
If you’re interested, get in touch to have a coffee with us!
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