The Best Business Advice I Have Ever Received…

Business-Advice-DoraFinlay

“Never underestimate the power of goal setting. Set goals, work towards them, achieve them, and then set more!” – Dora Finlay, Leaside Manor, St. John’s

Business-Advice-CeceliaBungay

“Do not underestimate the value of relationship building to grow your business.” – Cecilia Bungay, FrancoServices Consulting Ltd., Burin Bay Arm

Business-Advice-VikkiKnee

“Have a clear idea of who you are, what you do, where you want to get to, and a plan on how to achieve this.” -Vicki Knee, VK Productions, Grand Falls-Windsor

Business-Advice-MargaretBudgell

“Be true to yourself in the approach to customers. Offer your service with integrity.” – Margaret Budgell, River Mountain Realty Inc., Pasadena

Business-Advice-WilmaHartmann

“Make the difficult call first. Business always presents issues and by procrastinating on the difficult ones, a lot of good energy gets wasted! By making the call first, an issue that seems big often turns out to be much easier to resolve than it initially seemed.” – Wilma Hartmann, Anchor Inn Hotel & Suites, Twillingate

Business-Advice-JenniferTrask

“Focus. The ability to master my focus has helped me move forward faster than anything else.” – Jennifer Trask, Jennifer Trask International, St. John’s

Business-Advice-CarlaMay

“Ask for help and always attend every training and networking opportunity being offered.” – Carla May, Corner Stone HR, Corner Brook

Business-Advice-JaneHynes

“The idea of working ON my business and not IN my business from Michael E. Gerber sticks with me.” – Jane Hynes, Three Sisters Pub Restaurant, Placentia

Business-Advice-CathyGeorge

“Do to others as you would want done to you – success in business will follow.” – Cathy George, Mt. Pearl Electrolysis Clinic Inc. & Derma Electrolysis Clinic Inc., Corner Brook

Business-Advice-ElizabethMichelin

“Pick something you know you will enjoy, decide how big you want to be, aim for that and keep that goal in mind and every time you seem to be getting off track or overwhelmed, use that goal to refocus.” – Elizabeth Michelin, Liddy’s Foot Care & Services, North West River

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