Law 9 – Stay Adaptable

In this episode of the Business Owner Breakthrough Podcast, host Pete Mohr emphasizes the importance of staying adaptable in small businesses. As a small business owner, one of your biggest advantages is your ability to pivot quickly and adapt to changes. Pete shares his experience with shoe stores during the COVID-19 pandemic and the changes they had to make to stay afloat. He reminds listeners that being adaptable doesn’t mean constantly changing for the sake of change, but being willing to make changes when necessary to improve service to clients.

Here are a few things Pete covers:

  • The benefits of being a small business owner in terms of adaptability
  • How to stay up to date with industry developments and network with other professionals
  • The importance of being proactive and flexible
  • How to foster resilience and maintain a positive attitude in the face of change and adversity
  • The worries, wants, and wins framework for staying adaptable

It’s time to take action: 
As a small business owner, take some time to reflect on the worries, wants, and wins of your business. Consider what changes may be necessary to improve your service to clients and stay competitive. Remember to maintain a growth mindset and be open to learning from successes and failures.

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