As a business owner we know you’ve gotten A TON of advice over the years, some good and some REALLY bad. The truth is it’s all in how you USE the information you get but we have a few pointers for you anyways.
Let’s start with the good. Most super successful business owners will say things like, “follow your heart”, “do what you love” and “listen to your customers” and they are absolutely correct. They also know they wouldn’t have gotten where they are without a lot of the small details which is where our company, Softech Solutions LLC comes in. This is actually what we do! We give companies advice and some pretty spectacular tools they can use to assure success. We even offer specialized training on how to use these tools so you and your employees know exactly how to use them in the most efficient way possible. Some of our most popular tools and services include ACT! Software, CRM Integration, CRM Services, Voice Over IP and IT training. We HIGHLY recommend contacting us for information specific to your business so we can help you choose which tools will fit best into your business model.
Now for some of the bad. We recently got our hands on an article from entrepreneur, Barry Moltz, on the worst advice he’s gotten from popular books and self-proclaimed experts and we were surprised to hear how much of this popular advice is actually total junk. We’ve all heard things like, “that idea will never work”, and “taking big risks will pay off” but not only can this advice be incredibly and annoyingly vague, it can also end up costing you your company. You never know if an idea will work unless your feedback comes from actual customers and big risks CAN pay off but it’s easier to judge success by making smaller, more gradual risks.
The bottom line is that you’re going to get advice about your business, whether solicited or not, and our business solutions and business consultants at Softech can help you define what is the most beneficial for you and your company. Remember, it’s our job and if we can’t help you be successful, we aren’t either.