Get Some Distance To “See” Your Business

Get some distance to "see" your business

Many business owners are so involved in their businesses — physically, mentally, and emotionally — that it’s difficult to get any different perspective on it.

To see it, you have to step back and away. Compare your business to others. View yours from a bit of a distance. Ask questions you have never asked before.

A view from 5000 feet up isn’t the same as the view up close.

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Larry Janesky

Larry Janesky Larry Janesky is the Author of Think Daily for business people - a collection of daily business tips. He is an award wining author and the founder of a number of successful businesses, most notably Basement Systems and Dr. Energy Saver.

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  1. Aira Bongco

    I agree. Some business owners get lost because they think their business is so great without even taking a closer look at it. Try to look at it not only from the customer’s point-of-view but also at the point-of-view of people far away from their business.

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