Ep. 63: How Do We Look at Change Within Our Business

Oct 03, 2023
EP 63-- The Small Business School Podcast


The one thing that is guaranteed in our business is change. Whether the change is positive or negative, there will always be something new in our businesses. Change can be a very scary thing and oftentimes, as business owners, we try to fight against it. Fighting against this change is not what our business needs, in fact, it will likely hurt it.

Today we are going to be discussing how we look at change within our businesses, as well as how we internally and externally process and react to it. Change can mean a lot of different things, but it doesn't have to mean something bad for our business. How we view change and then react to it will affect how our business builds. 


Topics I cover:

2:07 - It often feels like change disrupts business and so businesses attempt to fight the change. Fighting the change is counterproductive. 

4:21 - Here are some things that are really important: we are wasting time trying to fight change, we need to decipher what changes to hop on, and understand where the opportunity is in that change. 

10:44 - We need to stop relying on other people for help. We waste so much energy on this.


Change is the one thing that is guaranteed in life, so we need to be flexible. Once we start embracing new things and adapting we will do so much better and will enjoy the process so much more!




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