Setting business goals will be part of your start-up business marketing plan, but successful business owners continue setting goals routinely.
As you meet your goals, it is wise to set new ones. That way your business (and your earnings) will continue to grow…
How much income do you want to make in your business?
Did you know that you can actually plan how much income you want to make? As long as you do the appropriate marketing, provide a good product, and treat your customers well, you can control how large or small your dog bakery business becomes.
In business, you need to know how to set business goals that will help you keep on track. Smart businessmen don't just open their doors for business and just expect huge amounts of money to roll in. They know ahead of time, what to expect.
Many people don't know that they can make a little or make a lot--depending on how high they set their sights.
There is a system to setting goals, that will help you set goals that you can meet. You can use these principles for any goals, not just your dog bakery business goals.
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Let’s look at another simplified example…
Let's say that you want to make $40,000 a year. I'm making this up as I go, so please understand, these are all make-believe numbers—so that I can illustrate my point.
To keep this simple, I am not including overhead expenses (rent, utilities), salaries, advertising, etc. You do need to include those expenses when you do the math! They can add up to a significant amount.
Let’s say that your packages of dog treats all retail for $5.00 each. Each one costs you $1 .00 to make. That means that your “profit” for each is $4.00.
Your goal is $40,000 for the first year.
In order to meet your goals, you must decide:
Write your goals down. Look at your goals daily. And check frequently to see how you are doing. This is not something that you do once a year, just before New Years’ Day.
If you keep track of how you are doing, it will be much easier for you to make and meet your business goals!
Now that you have started setting business goals, where would you like to go next?
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