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Bigger is not always better. For some businesses, bigger can be deadly.

New business owners often aim to be the biggest. To them this means making the most money, succeeding in multiple markets, and growing faster than the competition. However, not all entrepreneurs are prepared for what a big business requires. With tunnel vision set on size alone, the practices that brought on early success do not allow other business processes to catch up with the growth in a way that allows growth to be managed.

Set goals to be the best. The rest will take care of itself.

Instead of being consumed with “more, more, more”, focus on increasing competencies and delivering a consistently high-quality product and service. Customers recognize commitment and will make long-lasting associations with your brand as a business they can rely on to help solve problems and meet their needs. Word will spread, and your business will grow at manageable rates.

Create plans to reach goals.

Think about where you want to be and how to get there. If you think of goals as destinations, you will see the value of a S.M.A.R.T. road map: With quantifiable objectives, a business owner can set Specific, Measurable and Achievable goals. These goals must be Relevant to customer needs and accomplished in a Timely manner. Goals evolve as business expands. The best businesses continually raise standards. This is why they stand out.

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