Marketing Ideas – Do You Have The Courage To Fail?


Marketing Ideas – Do You Have The Courage To Fail?

Would you like to increase your sales and grow your business in 2016? If your answer is yes, then you need to have new marketing ideas and the courage to try them and fail.

If you’re truly committed to growing your business in 2016 then you can’t do the same marketing strategies and tactics. You can build on what worked for you in 2015, but you must also have the courage to implement new ideas, even knowing that not everything you try will be a resounding success.

Remarkable success requires that you have the courage to fail.

“PROFITING BY FAILURE will teach you how to make stepping stones out of all of your past and future mistakes and failures. It will teach you the difference between “failure” and “temporary defeat,” a difference which is very great and very important.” (Napoleon Hill)

I talk to many small business owners and sales professionals and 100% of them would like to increase their sales. But only a few are willing to try something new. Most want to do the same things, while expecting different results.

“If you keep on doing what you’re doing, you’ll keep on getting what you’re getting.” So if you want different sales results in 2016 you’ve got to be willing to invest in new marketing ideas and strategies.

Before you invest in new marketing, I recommend that you do an assessment of your current marketing efforts. If you’re not sure where to start, contact me for a Free Marketing Assessment.  No sales pitch, just practical, helpful feedback.

I wish you a very prosperous and profitable new year.

Author: Kevin Toney is “The Marketing Coach”. Kevin coaches small business owners and sales professionals on how to find and attract new customers, increase repeat business and generate a steady flow of referrals. Call 204-783-6342 for a FREE Marketing Assessment.

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