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The 90 Day Sales Success Planner
Thanks to Stewart I now have my own 90 day Planner and you won't be surprised it's all to do with sales! Check it out Your 90-Day Sales Success Planner: A simple "all you need is a pen" journal for planning for sales success. Simplifying the complex, not complicating the simple.: Planner, Sales Success: Books Feedback has been great and I already have a couple of corporate clients planning on using it. (so could you!)
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Of course you can buy the original WWHN planner The WWHN Plan Journal: 90 days to business success: Newberry, Mr Stewart: Books
Writing a business plan? Read our guide
Your business plan is the sat-nav that keeps the company moving in the right direction. Having that guidance can be a massive benefit to your success as a business. But what elements should you include, and what are the main considerations to think about? A detailed business plan will generally include - A clear direction for the business – a well-crafted business plan gives you a defined path to follow, outlining the company’s purpose, goals and strategies. This helps everyone understand the business's mission, so you’re pulling in the same direction. - An overview of your financial strategy – your plan will include revenue projections, expense forecasts and funding requirements. This financial guidance gives you the foundations for mapping out your budgeting, cashflow and securing investments. - An overview of threats and opportunities – a robust plan will identify the potential challenges and risks faced by the business. This helps you develop contingency plans for overcoming these challenges, reducing your risk and keeping the company on track. - A summary of your sales and marketing strategy – outlining your sales and marketing strategy helps you target the right audience and differentiate your business in the market. This is vital for winning customers and driving your sales revenue. - Attract the right investors and lenders – a solid business plan enhances your credibility when you’re approaching investors or lenders. A good plan will demonstrate your commitment to the business, your understanding of the market and your ability to achieve long-term success. This is essential for securing investment and funding. Your business plan is never written in stone. It’s a dynamic and evolving document that changes as the business progresses. Revising your business plan on a regular basis helps you improve your goals, refine your strategy and adapt to meet changing circumstances and markets. How can we help you with your business plan? Having a solid business plan is what gives your company direction, structure and meaningful objectives as an enterprise. As your adviser, we’ll help you understand your business goals and vision, and will help you translate this into a watertight business plan. We’ll also help you track your performance against this plan, and will work with you to update the strategy as the business evolves.
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Hi Everyone!
Greetings, fellow Results Mastery members! I'm Izabela, formerly entrenched in corporate life, now navigating as an executive coach and business transformation consultant. My passion lies in helping high-achieving women professionals take the next step in their careers. Originally hailing from Poland, I currently reside and operate in Zurich, Switzerland. Thrilled to join this vibrant community and embark on this exhilarating journey alongside you all!
New comment 9d ago
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Dzień dobry, We don't bite (sorry British humour), and like most things your get more benefits from RMU the more you put into it.
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@Izabela Kramarz my Polish is very limited, my wife's parents were both Polish but Basha was born in the UK and although spoke only Polish up till the age of 4, when she attended school English became her preferred language. We do however, try to celebrate a traditional Polish Christmas each year as well as having pierogi (and other Polish treats, Barszcz Czwerony being my favourite) far too many times for my
Net Promoter Score (NPS)
I'd welcome your feedback.. We ask clients after every job is completed to rate our service. We've done this for some time, but th response rate is quite low around 10% of those asked. The results are I hope reflective of the service we provide we have a NPS of 84%, with the majority of clients rating us as 9 or 10 (promoters), a smaller number of passives rating us 7-8 and just 1 rating us below 6 (detractors) (and this was a client who we had to sack). Despite the low response rate would you still broadcast the NPS score of 84%? And how would you suggest encouraging a higher response rate?
New comment 3d ago
It works....
Steve's been encouraging me to set up a LinkedIn newsletter for some time. Last week I managed to get "a-round-to-it". First effort wasn't brilliant and I'd already determined that there were thing I could and should do better next time (I've committed to a newsletter every 2 weeks). The results are in, my normal LI posts get around 20-30 engagements, my first newsletter has got 244 engagements already. If you haven't already got a LinkedIn newsletter sorted and are looking for more engagement from LinkedIn, get it done today.
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Stewart Newberry
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Ironman triathlete, high performance triathlon coach, Would be golfer, accountant, business owner and a Positive Person

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