Nov 6, 2017
The “Drive for Business” integrated business strategy system may be a mouthful but to sum it up, it is based on the DRIVE model that we had for individual and Exec training, so we DECIDE what we want to do, REVIEW how we're going to do it, INTERROGATE our capabilities, VISUALISE and design your plan, and EXECUTE the plan.
In this episode, I am breaking down the “DRIVE for Business” integrated business model, and will be covering the 5 key elements that we need to consider to make your business successful. The purpose of this is to help you effectively create a revenue, create extra value for your customers, and get yourself a sustainable business that YOU RUN, rather than the business RUNNING YOU.
The five key areas that we are going to be focusing on today are:
Where are your customers coming from? How are you looking after them?
This involves the people working for you, or if you do not have employees, this is about your network and understanding who you’ve got in your network and how are you using your network.
Involves knowing your numbers, knowing where your money is coming from, and where your money is going to.
This is about understanding where your company’s going into, strategically. Is your business performing well? Are you being productive? Are you being efficient with your time?
If you’re developing as a person, and you are the one leading your customers on a journey, then the more you know, and the more you are adding value for your business.
I have also broken each area down into three sections:
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You’re really what you eat! – Ian Luckett
Someone said to me a little while ago, “Taking a customer on a journey is a little like going on a date!” – Ian Luckett
Can you go on holiday and not worry about your business, or do you take the whole business with you? – Ian Luckett