Now, Build a Great Business!: 7 Ways to Maximize Your Profits in Any Market
AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn, Nov 17, 2010 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
No matter what industry youĂre in or what economic conditions you are facing, you can still build a phenomenally successful business. Bestselling business authority Mark Thompson and international success expert Brian Tracy have joined forces on a revolutionary book whose ideas are as inspiring and thought-provoking as they are accessible practical¨and proven to deliver results. Now, Build a Great Business! reveals a series of seven powerful principles that will change your business for the better. This fast-moving and engaging book explains how to: ˛ Become a great leader¨get superior results from everyone around you. ˛ Attract and keep great people¨build peak-performing teams. ˛ Develop a great business plan¨structure your business to maximize every resource. ˛ Offer a great product or service¨identify exactly what your market needs. ˛ Deliver superior customer service¨make service your key competitive advantage. ˛ Create a great marketing plan¨position your business as the preeminent provider. ˛ Perfect your sales process¨motivate customers to buy again and again. Complete with examples of businesses of all kinds that are applying these methods to achieve remarkable profits in today's economy, Now, Build a Great Business! shows that when you do what the most successful companies do, you too can get extraordinary results.
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CHAPTER 1 Become a Great Leader
CHAPTER 2 Develop a Great Business Plan
CHAPTER 3 Surround Yourself with Great People
CHAPTER 4 Offer a Great Product or Service
CHAPTER 5 Design a Great Marketing Plan
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