Struggling Small Business Blame Game – Who Wins?
ABC News -
A survey shows struggling small business are continuing to struggling with falling prices and profits, while wages keep rising.
The biggest drags for small business were poor profits, driven by falling prices, while costs such as labour continued to rise.
“Struggling Small business have become increasingly concerned that labour costs have continued to rise and remain elevated, despite all other trading indicators trending lower in recent months.”
Small businesses blamed government for many of their problems, with business taxes and government charges, Federal Government regulations, and state government rules nominated as the top three constraints on investment.
My question is – Does It have be that way? Will the blame game solve your issues as a struggling small business? Can you personally change what is happening around the world? No you can’t but there is one thing for sure you can do and that is take responsibility for your own financial education, your own financial understanding so your not caught up in this turmoil. There are ways for struggling small business to get help and create positive results.
As a small business owner, I know we are the back bone of any economy and you would thing the Governments would see that. But they don’t, so small business must start to think smarter if they are to survive in this changing economy.
You can reclaim the power of your time. With one decision you can turn everything around. With one decision you can actively put in a series of initiatives to reclaim your potential for wealth.
The Psychology of Wealth… For struggling small business
I read a passage from The Psychology of Wealth -
One of the reasons why more people are not wealth is because too many of them do not actively plan to be wealthy. Instead they actively plan to be poor: “Hang on a bit, what’s this?” I hear you say. Think about it for a minute. If you actively fail to plot a course to wealth and begin your journey, your actually designing a destination that includes the absence of wealth. The way our society is engineered and constructed guarantees it. If you do not know where you are going there is a millions ways to get there.
Our business models have changed no longer are we working the 20th Century Industrial based model it is not the 21st Century and we are now working the global connection model.
Yes, small business can capitalize on this new economy when they are prepared to look at their business with a different reality.
See how this can work for you contact Helene at Biz – Prosperity
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