Richard Branson’s 5 Rules for Good Business

Richard Branson writes for Entrepreneur, about what advice he would give young entrepreneurs.

The whole article can be found here, but the five simple guidelines he lists are:

 

1. If you don’t enjoy it, don’t do it. You must love what you do.

2. Be innovative: Create something different that will stand out.

3. Your employees are your best asset. Happy employees make for happy customers.

4. Lead by listening: Get feedback from your staff and customers on a regular basis.

5. Be visible: Market the company and its offers by putting yourself or a senior person in front of the cameras.

Are you practicing these? How can you incorporate these tenets into the management of your small business?

Author: Jennifer Trowbridge, Stoecklein Law Group, LLP

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