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Staying Flexible in the Market

Monday, November 17, 2014
posted by IMT-Webmaster

flexible-webThe business market is an ever-changing entity, made up of moving parts and shifting trends. In order to stay on top in an evolving economy, my business has be flexible with it. Any model based on static expectations is doomed to failure, because the requirements of the market shift.

To keep your business moving with the flow of finance and business, learn how to embrace change in important ways like:
• Identify and re-imagine your goals – The purpose of a business changes depending on how consumers are responding to your product or your image. Don’t be afraid to revamp your plans, stay flexible, strike out in a new direction, and follow the trends.
• Embrace social trends – Social media such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and networking sites have a wealth of information from other businesspersons. Find your peers in the market, create connections, and most importantly, listen to what they have to say. Their experience can help you. Take on new technologies, adapt to trends, use flexible strategies.
• Seek out feedback – When you have a product or a service, the best way to evolve is to listen to your customers and change your programs when your customer base requires it. Expand your offered services and give special attention to your ongoing customers by adding to their services.
• Be flexible – Always be willing to try something new. Every business plan or service has a multitude of applications. Your willingness to embrace variation and new beginnings can be the difference between ongoing business or a crash.
• Remember mistakes – Don’t be afraid to make mistakes, but always keep them in the back of your mind so you don’t make the same ones again. Mistakes are how we grow either as individuals or as businesses. The only way you can truly fail is by not learning from them.
• Manage change with sensitivity – Keep your employees and customers at the forefront of your planning, when you look to changing your business. Be respectful of everyone’s time, effort, cultures, family needs, and expectations. Employees and customers who grow with a business will be loyal.

Business is changing. The market shifts and shakes up every day. Therefore, I strive every day to be flexible, earnest, and adventurous in business.



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