… the faster you are going, the less you can see along your sidelines of vision. Company owners can easily
develop “tunnel vision” when they are too busy to step back and check their field of vision –
their marketplace – and that can spell trouble down the road for product sales.
We’ve all heard about a favorite local restaurant that, upon having success in one location, gets the
“branching out” bug and sets up several more establishments all over the area.
What happens then?
Many times the restaurant fails — and often the original location goes out of business as well.
Too big too fast, too eager to expand without proper preparation.
Perhaps the owners didn’t take into consideration the time it takes to oversee several locations. Sometimes
the owners failed to realize they also have to manage the managers, who may not have the same dedication as the owners. Or they hire family members, who may not be cut out for management positions.
Slowing down a moment and deciding on your company goals for the coming year is time wisely spent.
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