Setting Yourself Up for Success: You Don’t Need Bad Business

As a small business owner the ability to identify and prevent doing bad business is important. Here are some examples of Bad business:

  1. Clients who you have to chase for payment.
  2. Clients to whom you deliver the agreed upon service who continually demand additional services prior to payment.
  3. Clients or customers to whom you’re providing service to in a time slot who repeatedly cancel or reschedule
  4. Clients or customers who want you to bend the rules.

Bad business is any type of business that’s incongruent with the vision of the kind of business you want to conduct. Don’t sell yourself short. This is YOUR business and it reflects who YOU are.