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Are You Focused on the BIG Picture in Your Business?

Are You Focused On the BIG Picture in Your Business?

​Are you spending ​focused time ​on ​priorities and ​decisions to grow your company today? ​​​Are you focused and committed to strategies and ​actions that ​will grow and scale your ​organization into the future? 

​First of all, it's ​so easy for business owners to become so buried in the day-to-day micro details of running ​​a ​business that...

​You lose sight of the big picture. ​

In other words, ​you want to spend focused time on the macro-management of the business.

​And, you'll notice ​I didn’t say micromanagement.

Macro management means managing the big issues, but not the small ones.

​In other words, often business owners become so caught up in the daily details of running the business they assume the ​role of ​a micromanager. 

Consequently, when their time is not focused on the big questions surrounding our vision, mission and value the company will ​stall out.  

Lack of focus on big picture strategies will leave the company with ​a weak ​infrastructure in place for the business to progress forward.

​​Above all, when you're spending time and focused energy on macro managing, you're able to be clear, decisive and disciplined on a big picture level.

​Subsequently, you're able to spend time focused on ​answering big picture strategic questions.

​Are You Focused on Big Picture Questions?

  • ​Why does my business exist and what are its purpose and vision?
  • ​What does my company ​deliver (and does not ​deliver) to its clients and customers?
  • ​How will my business carry its promises to life?
  • ​What value does my company produce for the world, it’s stakeholders, customers, and team?
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​Lack of Time is No Excuse

Most business owners will be quick to tell you they're swamped every day in running their company with no time left to take on anything else.

Therefore, too many times these big-picture questions are ignored and or dismissed as “not urgent."


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Most business owners will be quick to tell you they're swamped every day in running their company with no time left to take on anything else.

Therefore, too many times these big-picture questions are ignored and or dismissed as “not urgent."

In short, the leader is focused on aspects of the business that should be delegated to a competent second-in-command.    

In fact, attention by the business owner on these micro-tasks eat up time and energy the leader needs to be focused on big picture activities that will grow and scale the company forward.

Unfortunately, many business owners struggle to let go of the reins and empower others to create change.

Leadership needs to be focused on the big picture before anything else.

A Focused and Unbelievable Future

Just imagine…

Your business is positioned perfectly in the marketplace.

It’s growing in profit. 

Your branding is attracting more and more people to purchase your offers every day.

Your business is highly successful, and the future is bright.​

Imagine

​Here’s the thing…

If you want your business to succeed, you must focus on the big picture.

You must intentionally carve out focused time dedicated to taking the micromanagement approach to business growth.

Your focused time and energy on the big picture will reap benefits for years to come.


I’m Brenda Violette, Founder, and CEO of Violette Business Services, LLC, an online business and operations management company helping visionary women CEOs and business owners grow past 6 figures to 7 and beyond! 

Leave me a comment below.  Let me know if this post resonated with you and what focused steps you plan to take today to grow beyond what you can imagine today.

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About the Author Brenda Violette, Professional Fractional Integrator for Companies Running on EOS®

Brenda Violette is the founder and CEO of Violette Business Services, LLC an online business and operations management company serving visionary women entrepreneurs since 2008. Brenda’s core service offering is Fractional Integrator™ often titled a COO. If you are familiar with the book Rocket Fuel by Gino Wickman and Mark C. Winters, you will recognize the roles of Visionary and Integrator. The V/I Duo™. Some Integrators like Brenda, work with companies that need the expertise of an Integrator™ but are not yet ready to hire a full-time Integrator. She partners with business owners generating early million-dollar organizations while sitting in the Visionary seat of the company and running their service-based company on EOS® - Entrepreneurial Operating System. EOS® has become more and more popular in the marketplace. And Brenda loves it because it is a simple and straightforward framework for creating traction and growth for her clients. In the role of Integrator, it is her job to drive the model. She is passionate about helping business owners grow and scale their purpose-driven service-based companies. To learn more about how a Fractional Integrator™ can help you create big growth and sustainability visit www.BrendaViolette.com.

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