Most leaders strive for business growth and equate growth with success. While it’s true that business growth means an increase in profits and customers, that growth can be hard to achieve, especially at first.
If your business isn’t growing as fast as you’d hoped, there may be a deeper reason for it — and uncovering that reason might lead to a valuable lesson. To that end, a panel of Rolling Stone Culture Council members share 11 things you can learn from slower business growth and why these are such important lessons to absorb.
Adjust Expectations Accordingly
There are always problems to solve; that is a constant. Expectations about how fast things happen are often unrealistic because of hustle culture. Having patience is critical. Combine that with listening to your customers and you’ll be on the right path. – Tim Jack, Rise
Get a New Perspective
Switch things up by changing your routines and…