“This book will help any business owner avoid the many mistakes most make as they grow. I wish I had read it before I founded and built my $100 million company.”
—Randy Crockett, founder and president, Crockett Container Corporation
“George Hedley knows what it takes to build a successful company and has a great talent for connecting with readers. The practical real-world advice in this book lays out a simple plan that separates the successful businesses from those that constantly struggle and will save an entrepreneur a ton of money and frustration.”
—Wally Evans, president, Cahaba Media Group, Inc.; publisher, Construction Business Owner magazine
George Hedley, who turned $2,000 into a $50 million company in seven years, provides a perceptive new guide with a simple, real-world solution to running a business smoothly while allowing profits to flow in effortlessly. Get Your Business to Work! 7 Steps to Earning More, Working Less and Living the Life You Want uses tried-and-true methods to help fledgling business owners as well as seasoned ones who are just looking to increase capital and productivity. The book offers a step-by-step process to help small business owners get what they want: profits, wealth, and freedom.
Hedley explains where owners go wrong at each stage while growing their companies and details steps in the book to show how to make the inner-workings of the business more predictable in order to eliminate micromanaging and allow for maximum profitability with minimum stress.
Get Your Business to Work! identifies areas owners struggle in the most:
- Trusting employees and forgoing micromanagement
- Satisfying customers
- Writing business plans and implementing systems
- Marketing and sales
- Pricing and achieving overhead and profit goals
Most companies never get to the next level because the owner isn’t willing to make the necessary changes to make it happen. Through sound advice, as well as interactive exercises, Get Your Business to Work! encourages readers to work toward financial stability and independence by setting clear goals and following through.
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