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Productive ways to grow your business and be profitable

Enoch Antwi

Enoch Antwi

Practical steps to help you stay productive and outperform your competition is to learn how to craft attainable goals, minimize distractions and maintain focus.

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My mother took part in a start-up award ceremony. She won the Best Baker of the Year award. After the occasion, she shared with me some important ways that made her productive. One thing that struck me during the detail was her emphasis on being productive. She talked a little about making a profit.

Her narration focused on learning the skills to be productive. This finally paid off as profits. She showed initiative in her business by making the right moves. This turned her unproductive disadvantages into productive advantages. This also made her a desirable role model in a productive enterprise.

Being productive should be your aspiration

Whether you are an entrepreneur, innovator, a corporate entity, or starting a new business, you should primarily focus on how to stay productive as your most important aspiration. This is because every entrepreneur, innovator, or corporate entity aims to make a profit, which is ultimately achieved through productivity.

Learn how to stay focus and productive to dominate your niche

Profit is the by-product of productivity. According to the Marxian theory, performing capitalist economy depends on the rate of profit. When the rate of profit is high, capitalism is very prosperous. Business investment is high and unemployment also decreases. To establish a consistent rate of profit, however, both capitalists and start-ups must practice productive business ways in order to be productive. Here are my mother’s insights on how to become productive.

What makes you tick?

What makes you tick is your passion. It is only your passion that will sail throughout your dreams. A productive tick like a clockwork gives your niche an advantage.

Let your passion guide you in the choice of your business undertakings. Allow your passion to drive you to achieve more in record time. Many entrepreneurs who have progressed speedily and dominated their niches have done so following their passion.

Give priority to what is ready

Prioritize on the resources you have at hand. As the saying goes: A bird in a bird in hand is better than two in the bush. Be diligent to harness your resources and assets if that is all you have to work with.

Respect what you have and you could make history as you innovate and become different in your style. Remember that necessity is the mother of invention.

Also prioritize on your goals. Do the first thing first. Learn from business insiders on legal and corporate steps you need continually. Determine your road to success and incorporate these steps into your daily activities as you craft attainable goals.

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Focus

Focusing on your purpose, assets, work, brand and goals is no brainier. It is the only thing that will keep your passion sailing to do exploits.

When you unnecessarily compare yourself to others or desire to become what you cannot or do things at the wrong time, you take away the very will and desire to become prosperous. You also deny yourself and your business fulfillment and accomplishments.

Your business life could become a standstill, or you will mark time. Failure could beset your joy and your predestined life success. But just like my mom, if you focus on staying productive, you will show forth results of a multitude of successes if not a candidate of prestigious awards.

With passion, prioritization, and the will to focus, you can grow your business and make it profitable!

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Enoch Antwi

Enoch Antwi

Enoch Antwi is the managing editor at The Business Frontal. He worked as a business and an environmental journalist in the late 1990s with the Business and Financial Times. His passion is to provide on-demand valuable information and insights on business, entrepreneurship, leadership, innovative technologies, and principles for corporate success in today's business world.

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