10 Business Strategy Questions To Figure Out Your Company’s Future… What’s the fastest way to shift your thinking? Ask the right questions. What’s the surest way to change your future? Same answer… Ask the right questions… Ask the right questions and you can change anything. The trick then, is to ask the right questions. (And yes, you do have to answer them.) So what are the right questions? In this video I bring up 10 of them. Are these the only 10 questions, or even the most important 10 questions? Of course not, but they’re 10 good ones to help chart the future of your business and to make sure you are taking a direction that can get you there. Watch the video and leave your comments below. 33 Responses Anonymous March 4, 2013 Well done! Great value! Reply Anonymous February 11, 2013 Good as always Paul. ALways enjoy these video blogs. Reply Ed McGarr February 9, 2013 As usual, great content Paul. Your Blueprints and processes are always VERY helpful. You have a talent and asking the most simple questions, that just aren't so simple to answer. Answering them can be so valuable. Keep it coming, and many thanks. Reply pl February 9, 2013 Yeah, Ed. That’s the rub, isn’t it? Getting good answers? Reply Jay Rhome February 7, 2013 These are great questions not only to ask our clients, but definitely for us as well! I’m going them right now for my own business. The follow up questions are really good too. Thanks Paul. I like this. Content packed. Reply pl February 8, 2013 Jay – it’s funny how us consultants can be so smart with our clients’ businesses, and yet… Reply Crystal February 7, 2013 You are of course, the best. This is one of your most intelligent directions, consistent at the end of each presentation, I think… getting immediate feedback for your Gifts. I hope you feel good with the info you give freely…. I feel you are necessary, regardless of direct payback. Blessings to you. Crystal* Reply pl February 8, 2013 Thank you so much, Crystal. Reply Milena February 7, 2013 Thank you! This was refreshing! I still do not have own business, but working for bir international research company. From few years try to wrap up my self to figure out whats there for me :), so to have more pleasant time and freedom to decide what and how to do… Reply pl February 8, 2013 Milena, I spent years in international research based strategy. Would love to hear more about what you do. Get in touch… Reply George February 7, 2013 Great insight. Some Questions I do know the answer to, some I am avoiding for 24 month or so. Time to clear the trenches of unnecessary clutter, once more. I am not sure yet if the PL approaches would work in our size or industry but there are some points well made. On an unrelated note what is your preferred method of tracking vital business numbers and do you track them by day, week month or quarter? Reply pl February 8, 2013 George, regarding tracking frequency. Depends on how much your business fluctuates, and the financial impact of those fluctuations. For clients, we’ve implemented daily, weekly, and in some cases monthly tracking – but NEVER longer than that. Weekly is my most common recommendation. Reply Aslan February 7, 2013 Hi Paul, could you please give us the questions as it seems people are having issues (including myself). Thanks for all your efforts Reply pl February 8, 2013 Asian – the transcript should be posted in a bit. Check back next week… Reply Amanda Rowe February 7, 2013 Very helpful. Thank you. Reply pl February 8, 2013 You’re welcome Amanda. Reply Marishel Jamora Gulle February 7, 2013 Thank u. Very inspiring:-) Reply pl February 8, 2013 Marishel – let me know what got you inspired! Reply Dave DeGrave February 6, 2013 Hi Paul I have been reading your emails for the last 6 or 8 months and I have an auto & marine repair,service and sales company in Thorold Ontario Canada and from your emails on marketing I am interested to know what you can do to help improve my service and repair business.As the auto repair business has changed over the past few years because cars are not breaking down like they did in previous years and preventative maintenance is the way to go,(prevent it don;t repair it)but consumers are not buying into this and still in the mindset of “don’t fix it until it breaks” .That is the old way and trying to change this is proving to be frustrating and exhausting.I have proved preventative maintenance works to some of my customers when it costs them a major repair that could have been avoided by preventative maintenance,but all in all customers don’t want to spend hard earned dollars until it breaks,therefore costing them more.I am interested in what you have to offer in order to change my business to be more profitable.Dave Reply pl February 8, 2013 Hi Dave – give my office a shout and Jo can fill you in, or go to this link: http://www.paullemberg.com/business-coaching/ We can talk if it makes sense… Reply Jane Rohde February 7, 2013 no sound. In fact it only plays 2 seconds at a time. Reply Rick Nielsen February 7, 2013 Maybe using a smartphone? Don't thing this vid is optimized for that so it starts and stops …. buffer city Reply pl February 8, 2013 Maybe running at too high res for the service. We test them on iPHone, iPad, and a bunch of browsers. But all on verizon. What platform are you on? pl February 8, 2013 Jane – I’m wondering if there are server problems… Try again? Reply Ray O'Donnell February 7, 2013 Heard it perfectly. No problems whatsoever. Reply Ray O'Donnell February 6, 2013 Paul — great questions. You’re always pushing us to think strategically. That IS why, you’re my business coach going on year 2! Thanks! Reply pl February 8, 2013 Damn straight… Reply St Go February 7, 2013 no sound? what's up with that? Reply pl February 8, 2013 Not sure, but it must be on your end. No one else had the sound problem. Maybe a re-boot? Reply St Go February 10, 2013 thanks my dear friend Marishel Jamora Gulle 🙂 Reply pl February 10, 2013 You’re welcome. Richard Petrie February 6, 2013 great questions, great video Reply pl February 8, 2013 Thanks, Richard Reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.