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20 Tips for Entrepreneurs

At James, Davis, and Associates we care about entrepreneurs. We believe every entrepreneur can succeed and be happy with the right encouragement, inspiration, and motivation. That is why we work each day to prepare resources designed to encourage, inspire, and motivate entrepreneurs to be their best. We provide consulting services including business planning, strategic planning, and accounting services.
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  1. Create a plan to keep your business going if you get sick.
  2. Pay attention to where the money comes from for your business.
  3. Read, review, and revise your business plan on a regular basis.
  4. ABL –  Always Be Learning better ways to run your business.
  5. Update your technology as needed to remain productive.
  6. Update employee manuals to include job descriptions.
  7. Look for ways for your business to contribute to the community.
  8. Participate in career days at local middle and high schools.
  9. Communicate with fellow entrepreneurs on a regular basis.
  10. Never forget your business is a role model for other entrepreneurs.
  11. Make sure your business looks inviting and not chaotic.
  12. Clients will look for you on social media so put your best foot forward there.
  13. Do not dismiss customer complaints without objectively seeing if they are valid.
  14. Look for ways to improve customer service.
  15. Pay employees a fair wage and expect good quality work.
  16. Make sure you know every job needed in your business.
  17. Look for ways to give your employees rewards for increased productivity.
  18. Make sure the posts on your social media channels help your business.
  19. Obey all the relevant local, state, and federal laws.
  20. In business be old-fashioned, let your word be your bond.