If you are at all suffering from aches and pains in your body, the cure for most is to rehab. Rehabilitating ones body is a way to regain strength, muscle, and form, to allow you to feel better as each day your progress is monitored and calculated to perform at it’s best. Most therapists will start you off with certain exercises, a lite repetition to get you started on the road to recovery. Then as your strength increases and your pain decreases they step it up to the next level. This continues until you are ready to take on the task of keeping your body ache and pain free personally. Which, by the way, is the main purpose of rehabilitation. Getting back to better health. This is also true in business. Let’s examine how. Businesses also suffer from aches and pains. They struggle to keep employees, balance books, find clients, keep inventory, have to much inventor, the list goes on and on! How can a business be rehabilitated? How can it be strengthened? How can it be reformed? Calculating and monitoring small changes in business practices can be the first small step. Followed correctly, the changes made, may include getting to know your employees on a little more personal level, outsourcing some of the bookkeeping duties like payroll support services, getting your sales staff to build relationships before trying to “sell” your product or a better understanding of inventory needs. Seems like a pretty simple way to get back on the road to recovery for your business to me. The whole goal here is to take it on personally. To rehabilitate your business back to where you first envisioned it. You can get there. It just takes a little rehab! Wishing you and your business back to health…Kenny ;0)

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