A lot of good, strong small businesses were started before this new fangled internet thang. They’re owned by good family people. They’re owned by good members of the community. These people grew their business in their hometown. They worked to help their hometown be a better place. They did it because “that’s what you’re supposed to do”…
If you’re reading this, you’re probably one of those “good people.” Or at least you try your best to be one of those “good people.”
Now you want to pass the torch to your son, your daughter, your nephew, your niece or a loyal employee. But you’re not sure if they will be up to the challenge. Or you’re not sure they can move your business into this brave new internet world…
How do you pass a torch to someone if all the rules for success have changed? How do you teach them “the plan,” if the old bricks and mortar “plan” doesn’t work like it used to?
That’s the reason for this blog. In the next few weeks and months, I’ll help you with a plan that will work for the next 10-20 years. Stay tuned.
A LITTLE MORE ABOUT DOUG STEWART: For the past 10 years clients have paid me thousands of dollars a month to keep them at the top of the search engines. As some of you may know, I’ve only been able to work with a handful of clients at a time. Now I want to help more businesses succeed online.
Giving You The Power to Fight the Big Boys!How do you pass the torch for your small business when the rules have changed? by Doug Stewart