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    guruscott
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    Hey everyone,

    We’ve created an awesome new post containing 61 small business tips for 2022. It mainly focuses on Australian business and related legislation.

    Would love any feedback anyone has on this – especially which if the tips you find helpful.

    https://www.bizcap.com.au/useful-information/61-small-business-tips-in-2022/

    thanks!

    guruscott

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    Paul – FS Concierge
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    Hi And Welcome to Flying Solo @guruscott It is great to have you!

    Thank you for joining our community and posting.

    Well, they are all good and the article is really well written.

    I have always been a big fan of trying to get inside my customers head so #11 is great and I am also a fan of finding a niche so #12 is also my equal first pick.

    Cheers
    ~Paul

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    guruscott
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    Thanks Paul! Very interesting.

    100% agree understanding your customer’s motives (or getting into their head) is really important!

    I wonder if there will be a consensus on the most useful or if different tips will resonate with different people.

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    Justin
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    Almost all of the tips in the finance category are close to my heart.

    The most important outside of that is learning from your customers but I’d say it’s most important to learn from your best customers.

    It’s as easy to action incorrect feedback for the wrong people as it is for the right people.

    We just launched Thriday! Thriday saves small businesses a huge amount of time and money by automating financial admin. It's like having a bookkeeper, accountant and transaction account all in one.
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    Paul – FS Concierge
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    The most important outside of that is learning from your customers but I’d say it’s most important to learn from your best customers.

    It’s as easy to action incorrect feedback for the wrong people as it is for the right people.

    It can be a fine line to avoid distraction but it helps to have a laser focussed idea of what an ideal customer is to separate actionable feedback from whinging.

    One way I have done this successfully is to ask prospects what they didn’t like about previous providers. If I hear the same frustration or problem 3 times, it goes on the website as a positive promise. Eg, Three people who say that contractors are always late ends up like this, “On Time, Every Time” – then, of course, I have to deliver on that promise!!

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