Rank your business on the SWAG Meter

Last week we talked about you and your business’s SWAG. That’s:
S = Self Confidence. Customers trust you because you believe in yourself.
W = Wonderment. Your confidence creates their feelings of being amazed.
A = Assertiveness. You don’t wait for something to happen. You make it happen.
G = Greatness. You don’t settle for just being good. You aim to be great.
To find out where you stand on the “SWAG Meter” score yourself between 1 being low and 25 high for Self Confidence, Wonderment, Assertiveness and Greatness. Be absolutely honest with yourself. Don’t rate yourself better than you know you are.
Add the numbers. What’s your score?
90 – 100 is excellent. You are highly profitable helping customers. Keep it going.
80 – 89 is pretty good, but what can you do to really step it up to hit the next level?
70 – 79 means you need to pay more attention. Your business is not standing out. What are others you admire doing?
60 – 69 means you may not be in the right business. Is it time for an overhaul? Start by discussing it with customers. What more do they want from you?
We share such ideas in “Maverick Entrepreneurs’ Million Dollar Strategies.”
For a $20 personally autographed copy, contact us at 803-359-7633 or email JerryBellune@yahoo.com.
Copyright 2019, The Bellun e Co., Inc.

Have you and your business got SWAG?

If you are an entrepreneur or business owner striving to grow your business, you need SWAG. This attracts and keeps customers, says our friend MaryEllen Tribby.
MaryEllen has a simple SWAG Meter you can use to gauge your SWAG and how it relates to your business success.
S = Self Confidence. Customers want to feel you can help them grow, teach new things or solve their problems. You believe in yourself and your ability.
W = Wonderment. Your confidence creates feelings of being surprised or amazed. You encourage and help them find solutions to their problems.
A = Assertiveness. You don’t wait for something to happen. As one with SWAG you make things happen. This builds trust and confidence in your resourcefulness.
G = Greatness. As one with SWAG, you don’t settle for just being good or average.
As Jim Collins wrote in “Good to Great” good is the enemy of great. You won’t settle for just being good. You strive each day to be your best. You aim to make a real difference.
Next week we’ll show you how to measure your business’s SWAG.
We share such ideas in “Maverick Entrepreneurs’ Million Dollar Strategies.”
For a $20 personally autographed copy, contact us at 803-359-7633 or email JerryBellune@yahoo.com . To get an electronic edition for $9.99 on Amazon, click here.
Copyright 2019, The Bellune Co., Inc.