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Top 7 Reasons Why You Need A Profitable System

By Ina Bliss

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Did you ever contemplate the perfect environment you would like to live in for you and your family? If you have not begun to envision your ideal outcome, go ahead now, picture yourself in a place of your liking, immersed by everything you ever dreamed of and doing what you always wanted to do. After you took time out to do just that, what do you think you need to get there?

Why is there no survival without a profitable system?

Granted, arts and sciences are important, but can they survive without any business side to them? Following that, why should an artist or scientist put his/her financial existence into the hands of a business person when a simple system would empower him/her to get it done, even automate it?

Why is it so important to have a system that stands solidly on an intelligent structure, your business, your company, and you, the owner, founder? Even if you do not plan to focus on expansion, some of the aspects of your day-to-day business may be tiring, time-consuming, or dreadful enough to be simplified or eliminated.

Are you so tied up in the favorite parts of your daily life that the only time you measure results is "tax-time?" And only because you must, you finally force yourself to deal with the overwhelming mass of materials that have accumulated to an outright chaos. Keeping from fainting, when you glance at the amount of "income tax" you're required (See "IRS in the Wrong?"...) to pay, you realize that you could have done better and that you need to take measures for profit-increase. Did you arrive at the result you had envisioned? If so, you know it could have been greater!

Does experience make up for a system of targeted activities, controlling reports and value-increasing improvements?

Many business owners gather their experience from random actions and mostly "waiting for customers" that if they are lucky make them money. Business really means "making deals," removing limits and solving problems. Like to make deals? Like to leverage your time and money?

Here are the Top 7 Reasons Why You Need A Profitable System.

  1. A system gives you step-by-step guidelines. Wouldn't you like to follow a rather simple regimen that assures you make a profit at the end of the day?

  2. It has pre-tried and pre-selected facts that are proven for your business and make you money because they are used by successful existing businesses already.

    Rather than try on your own, wouldn't it be easier to follow what others have proven to work and refine it as you go along?

  3. It gives you easily-learned and remembered, QUICKLY-implemented, instructions.

    There is a safety net under you when you know what you're doing. Actually, by knowing your stuff, you eliminate most of the risk.

  4. The process can be replicated, (re-enacted in individualized detail) not just "duplicated."

    Once you've done it yourself, all it takes is for you to train suitable associates with the skills they need. By replicating yourself vertically, your business grows safely and quickly.

  5. Your thoughts can easily be organized with the help of a system.

    As you proceed with your business system, it is much easier to implement new tactics compared with randomly doing what you feel is necessary at any given time.

  6. The well-organized information is ready to be applied by you!

    Clearly, a step-by-step system is not only easy to follow but harder to deviate from.

  7. It helps you recognize the permanent and dependable power within you that enables you to build wealth NOW!

    By continually working on every detail of your business, you manage to focus on the most important money-making activities so your business can be lean and profitable.

© Eternal Copyright - Ina Bliss is a Christian Entrepreneur.
She puts all her energy into making information available that frees the ordinary earthling with advanced means for self-sufficiency.


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Article Submitted On: June 14, 2000