Growth can be extremely challenging for a business, but it can also be incredibly exciting. New skill requirements can accompany business growth, such as hiring your first employee. It will be necessary to consider the competition that you may not have had to consider previously. Competing companies will notice and watch you as you grow successfully, so you must do the same. It will be essential to make sure that you are prepared for the new challenges that are faced for growth.
Understanding the various types of growth strategies is extremely important before moving to manage them.
Once you’ve understood it, you can choose the option that will produce the greatest for your business.
However, a lot of business owners never succeed. They give up too soon because it takes too long to achieve success, they are scared of failing.
Get To Know Vince Golangco
Vince Golangco is the Founder & CEO of WhenInManila.com, the biggest online magazine in the Philippines, where he manages writers, photographers, videographers, and storytellers. Vince graduated from San Diego State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication and a minor in Business. Before starting WhenInManila.com, he already had over 10 years of international experience in marketing, advertising, and creative writing.
He served as an Information Systems Technician in the United States Navy, was a Marketing & Development Coordinator at the Make-A-Wish Foundation, was the Senior Media Planner for Bright Box Media, and was a radio DJ and TV show host in Manila. Vince is an entrepreneur, restaurateur, surfer, gamer, geek, writer, a US Military Veteran, an AKPsi brother, an adventure seeker, and an avid storyteller.
His hard work and dedication show in his everyday activities. Ahead, we asked him to share with us his tips on how to successfully grow one’s business.
3 Powerful Tips To Grow Your Business by Vince Golangco:
1. Digital Marketing
The main benefit of digital marketing is the cost-effective and measurable way in which a targeted audience can be reached. Brand loyalty will rise, and online sales will increase, among other benefits of digital marketing.
“Posting regularly” on social media is important because it helps your business stay top-of-mind with customers. You are more likely to generate leads using social media when you are memorable.
2. Surround Yourself with Positivity and with the Right People
They genuinely want you to succeed and have your highest goals in mind. Staying focused on your ultimate goals is made easier when you surround yourself with positive influences. You’ll experience improved self-esteem. Spending time with these people will make you feel inspired and motivated.
The importance of Hard-Working Workers: Success is more than just being intelligent. In fact, many intelligent people exist who lack the motivation to succeed. Everyone around a hard worker is motivated to do more, be more, and accomplish more by their hardship.
3. Be Organic / Be Relatable
With enough repetition and deliberate effort, one can learn and cultivate the ability to relate to others. At work, it’s crucial to be relatable to your coworkers because when you are, you build relationships and engage in productive interactions.
We frequently mistakenly believe that charisma or some other rooted quality is what makes someone relatable. Nothing is more false than it is. The following behaviors will assist you in developing relatability as a skill.
Make these powerful strategies to grow your business an integral part of your life, and you will have the satisfaction of accomplishing more in less time and with greater enthusiasm and motivation!
Listen to Jan Santos’ “TheCreativeTalk” Podcast episode featuring Vince Golangco through this link.
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