Welcome, Inc. Readers!
Thanks for coming to check Productive Flourishing out! There’s a lot here, so I wanted to take a second to show you around.
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Given that you’re an Inc. reader, I think you might find these pieces useful:
- The 3 Goals of Any Business Activity
- The 3Ps of Pricing
- The Business Lifecyle: An Overview
- There’s More To Your Market Than Current Demand
- The Rebirth Of Entrepreneurialism
- Get Up and Take Care of Your People
- Entrepreneurial Success Requires Stamina
Amidst all of the advice about what you should and shouldn’t be doing to grow your business, sometimes it’s good to focus on the foundations of business growth. That’s what this post is about.
This piece is a lead to a series on pricing. The 3Ps are perceptions, placebos, and positioning.
Businesses grow in predictable stages. This piece addresses those stages.
A lot of business advice focuses on market demand, but there’s another component to your market that you need to address to be relevant in the future.
We live in an ideal time to be creative entrepreneurs and we’re seeing a rebirth in entrepreneurial thinking now that creative people can do what they love and put food on the table without working in a cubicle. This series discusses these changes, why it benefits us, and what you’ll need to survive.
It’s easy to get scared, confused, and stalled in business, but you can’t stay there too long. At the end of the day, you have to get up and take care of your people.
We often hear that business is a marathon and not a sprint. That quip has more to it than a lot of people think.
If none of these suit your fancy – or if you just want to read more and get a coherent view of what goes on here – check out the New Here? page.
I’m glad you came and I hope you find your visit worthwhile. Thanks!