Growing tulips

Good stuff will grow

Jacky Fitt Big Ideas Collective, Principles of Profit

Good stuff will grow


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When we begin our professional lives, either setting out our own agenda as entrepreneurs or building a business alongside others, what do we know? What do we know about the answers we’ll need, the coping mechanisms, the expertise or amounts of energy it takes to be successful and grow? The answer is no one is ever fully prepared. We can take an educated guess of course, but we’ll inevitably be surprised if not completely wrong footed at one time or another.

And, what is ‘successful’?

For each of us, ‘success’ looks and feels very different. It could be creating a global brand, paying the mortgage and taking care of the family or just achieving an ambition.

Whatever you think your business success looks like now believe me, it won’t be the same in 12 months time.

Good stuff will grow…

How come? As we create, develop and innovate as humans, so does our environment and that includes our family, community, available technology and resources. Achieving business success, in its many forms, demands more of us than ever before in terms of strategy and adaptability. It also demands an understanding of the principles of good business and the collaboration required to achieve our goals.

Business really is a ‘university of life’. No one begins armed with all the expertise and know-how necessary to succeed and they certainly won’t do it alone.

Our greatest endeavours, along with the vast majority of our pleasures, are collaborative because that is the way we humans work best. That’s the way we care for each other, the way we build strong bonds and the way we will succeed.

The Principles of Profit business development course draws on this very simple ethos of sound guidelines and shared knowledge.

It brings together small groups of ambitious and motivated business owners and managers to develop and hone their business skills; learning from sector experts, who themselves are experienced business owners. No matter how large or small your business, the principles are common and fundamental, alongside your ambition, drive and will to achieve the success you’re looking for.