13 Questions Every Business Leader Should Be Asking

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There are the 13 lucky questions you should write in your notebook.  Think about them to become a business success.  

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  1. How to empower your employees.
  2. How to increase your productivity.
  3. How to attract customers through multiple channels.
  4. How to learn from your mistakes.
  5. How to stop worrying.
  6. How to get up earlier.
  7. How to be more successful.
  8. How to be more productive.
  9. How to get more done.
  10. How to get in shape.
  11. How to be more confident.
  12. How to build a brand.
  13. How to raise money.

Why we're all in the same business

When you think about it, no matter what business you’re in – you’re in the business of being more successful. You’re in the business of being more productive. You’re in the business of getting more done. You’re in the business of doing things better, faster, and cheaper. You’re in the business of making more money and earning more profits. And if you’re not, then maybe you should be.

After all, that’s what business is about, achieving your vision, helping the world, and making a profit that serves as a buffer to future risk. It’s about making money, right? If you’re not in the business of making money, then you probably shouldn’t be in business at all. Why? Because unless you’re in the business of making money, you’re not in business for very long. That is why, as a business owner, you want to:

Business questions for self-reflection
  • increase your productivity,
  • be more successful,
  • be creative in the marketplace and generate more business,
  • sell more products and services,
  • get more press coverage,
  • get more customers, and
  • make more money.

And if you can do all those things and help your employees be more successful, you can build a profitable, sustainable business that can compete with the big companies in your industry.


 In this blog post you learned 13 questions you should consider in your introspective times.  The new year is a great time to reflect on these business questions.  

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