Momentum is vitally important for the success of a small business. If your business isn’t growing, its arrow isn’t pointed up. It might only be a matter of time before that arrow spins and begins to turn down. If you worry that your business might be losing its momentum, read on to see if it shows any of the telltale signs.
One thing that can cause a small business to lose momentum is its owner being distracted. If you haven’t been spending as much time with your business as you’d like, take the time to get back in touch with your business. Distractions such as public speaking engagements and consulting can split your focus and cause you to lose sight of your business goals.
Another possible cause could be inconsistent marketing. Whether you’re too busy to create content or you dread doing the hard work marketing requires, inconsistency on this front means that you’re not acquiring new business. You need to be constantly on the lookout for new customers or clients, and distractions will hamper those efforts. But if you’re locked in, learning every day and driving toward your business goals, you’ll have nothing to worry about.
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