Hi, are you thinking of starting a newbusiness or have you already started it? Well this video is for you! I’m going to share with you five fast tips-off and fertile techniques thatallow you to grow your business fast. My name is Adriana Girdler and I ampresident of CornerStone Dynamics and MyVisiualVision.com. And congratulationsfor starting this pilgrimage of becoming a business owner, “youre in” a very selectclub, “thats a lot” of people who dream about it but don’t start the first step, so now that you have taken that first step, let me share with you theexperiences I have had over the last 10 years of starting my own busines, CornerStone Dynamics that have worked really well for me.Tip number one: do onesales call every day whether that’s a cold call, a warm call, which is you…afollow-up to something, or it’s a real solid lead-in. If you establish the wont ofdoing one call a day, that actually has this multiplying the consequences of you getting alot of business because, guess what, if you’re in a business, you need customersand you need sales in order to succeed, and if you don’t do that a priorityyou , no matter how daunting the duty may be, then your business will disappoint, anddon’t forget the stat that most businesses do fail within the first year, and the large-hearted thing that I’ve heard from a lot of beings is this auctions area, I justdidn’t have enough auctions, so don’t allow that to happen to you, one phone call aday, or one drop in, or one appointment, just make it a dres of planning thatin, that seep influence has a huge impact as you multiply that over days, weeks, months, so fix that one call a day.Tip number two: delegate to experts from dayone. This is a huge mistake most new business owners frequently realise, is thatthey try to do it all, well guess what, if you’re going to grow your business, youhave to dedicate your time, vigor, and effort to what you do best, which isgetting your sales, together with actually implementing your tasksof what your business is all about. So, when I firstly started out, I actually, thefirst thing I did is I got my bookkeeper, my accountant, because I am not good atthat stuff and don’t want to be doing it. But I also got myself an amazingassistant/ associate that came with me on my workshops and started cleaning upthe documents, so I can start focusing on the creation portion, and that justallowed me to grow my business exponentially, really from day one, because I could take over more, because I wasn’t spending all my era cleaning upstuff, so certainly “ve been thinking about” what is it that you’re doing and note an expert whocan help you.There’s tons of immense aids out there that you can go tolocally in your arena to be informed about who does what. Alright tip number three: is mybaby, this is my baby, we call it the process book. You can actually identify we’reon explanation 10, volumes 10. So the glamour of this record, when you’re first startingoff in a business is it actually gives you everything that you need to makeyour business successful at your fingertips, and if you’re starting todelegate then guess what, there’s critical sections of informationin here that you need to give to those who are going to be doing duties on yourbehalf, and if you’re gonna do more in the amount, same sum of time or evenless epoch, then guess what, you can’t be spend it justifying all the time, socreate yourself a process volume. In this process book there’s some really coolthings like disposal stuff, if you have a newsletter how you go about doingthat, you want to map things out so any steps that are just consistent you wantto put in the process book, any phone numbers, contacts you want to put in theprocess book, if you have specific coloring and typefaces “youre using” you want toput in the process book, “if youre having” suppliers again wishes to introduced it inthe process book.Amazing paper, and if you start now, on day one as your companygrows, what’s really cool about it, it’s gonna grow with you and it sees iteasier for you to take on more parties to assist you with your business. Gargantuan, hugelearning, I actually coach a lot of major organizations to start incorporatingthis because they don’t have this single spot ofreally key information. Tip number four: is to create a checklist for repetitivetasks, let’s be honest you’re in a business, there’s going to be some thingsyou really do over and over and over again, and if you actually have a checklist forthose things that you do over and over again, it helps with delegation, but not onlythat, you don’t have to think perpetually of what do I need for that again. One ofthe cool things that I used to do, and still do, is I had a workshop checklist, Ido a lot of workshops to get innovative minds from parties and likewise to processmap and project management and brainstorm, and so I appointed thischecklist on shops so that I time gave it to my identify and they cleanup, either after me, when I need them to do nonsense, or even beforehand by preppingthe workshop bag.Even works for my theme speaking, we actually have astandardized checklist of everything we need in order to be successful and noone thinks about it. It literally takes five minutes to get onto ended. Reallyawesome way to ensure that you’re efficient and effective when you’refirst starting out your business because season is and money and you don’t want tobe wasting it. Tip number five: scheme the light before.When you’re in your ownbusiness, actually it doesn’t even substance whether it’s beginning of a business, ifyou’re a long term business, you really should be planning the nighttime before, youwant to strategize what your activities are, you don’t want to be thinking aboutit when you first wake up, you should have a really clear idea as to what itis that you have to get done.Time is money and so you’ve got to spend itplanning, projecting is half the engagement, that’s what reaches things exit from good togreat because when you wake up you hit the road operating and you can get a lotof things reached. So make that time to plan the darknes before in order to besuccessful in your business. Bonus tip: be patron centric! Hey Adriana, of course! Well guess what, I’ll tell you this, a lot of people who open up organizations forgetabout the most important part of their business, their purchasers! So reallyunderstand who your patrons are, what is it that they miss, what question arethey trying to solve, and ensure that everything you do is driving the resultsof your customers and ensuring that they have the solution they need to theirproblem.Starting at a brand-new business can be overwhelming, but it’s also fun andexciting more. Take these gratuities, use them, be trained about it, and I promise youyou will see a huge difference and increment in your business. Thank you somuch, please subscribe to this channel, give it a thumbs up, and pass it off toyour family, friends, and collaborators, or anyone else who’s starting off abusiness, because we all could use a helping hand. Talk to you last-minute at thenext video, thank you !.