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Today I’m going to talk about the life cycle of a business and how to get the most out of each process while also extending the lifespan of your business.
The four different stages of a business life cycle are:
We’ll talk a little about what each of these cycles means and how they can help expand your business’s lifespan.
This is generally considered the technician’s phase, which is the owner. At this point, the relationship between the business and the owner is that of a parent and a new baby. There is an impenetrable bond that is necessary to determine the path your business will follow. Never drop your baby.
The key is to know your business must grow to flourish. You cannot stay in this stage forever.
In this stage, you need to start bringing your support staff together to delegate to and allow growth to happen. The first line of defense is your technical person as they need to bring a certain level of technical experience. This cycle belongs to the manager though. The planning stage needs to start, and a relationship should be built with the entrepreneur to plan for the future.
There’s a point in every business when it explodes and becomes chaotic. This is referred to as growing pains. It’s a good problem to have, but a problem nonetheless. You are often faced with several choices:
The last cycle is maturity, which doesn’t mean the end of your business. Your passion for growth must continue for your business to succeed. You need to keep an entrepreneurial perspective to push your business forward.
You see how all four of these cycles are connected and depend on a strong foundation for your business to be and continue to be successful? All three of your key roles (the technician, manager, and entrepreneur that I mentioned in my previous post) must also work together to work through these cycles.
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