6 Symptoms Of A Healthy growing home based business
Is your home based business healthy and growing or does it need a little mouth to mouth? How do you know if your home based business is headed in the right direction? Here are 6 symptoms of a healthy growing and thriving home based business.
You're consistently signing new people up
Are you always adding new people to your team or do you have the same old group you've had forever? If you're not signing new people up all the time then you probably aren't doing all the right things.
Your team members are making money
If you're the only one making money something is really, really wrong. Your team members should be thriving as well. If you are making money and your team isn't you're not going to be making money for long because people aren't going to stick with you if they aren't making money themselves.
You're taking risks
A growing business is one that is always evolving and changing and sometimes that means taking risks and trying something new... are you doing that with your business?
You're enjoying what you do
This business should be FUN! Sure it's not going to be fun all the time but all in all you should be having a good time with it. If you're not having a good time building your business it might be time to change something.
You're talking to people on a regular basis
This type of business at it's core is really a people business. If you're not talking to people about it all the time then it's not going to grow. How many good conversations are you having with people about your business every day, week or month? If the answer is not that many then your business might need a little work.
Your check is growing
This is of course the most obvious symptom but simply put if your check is growing a little bit all the time then you're doing good! If your income is staying the same you might want to pick it up a notch and if it is going down you really need to re-evaluate what you're doing. It might seem simple but if you really want to know how you're doing in your business the proof is in the check.