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1/20/2012 11:42:04 AM - Steve
Hi dave,

I just started my own Landscape and Home Improvement business. Obviously I want it to produce a 6-Figure income for me. However I know it may not be feasable for that to happen within the first year.

How do I know if I am making reasonable progress in a reasonable amount of time? I am sure you faced similar questions when starting EliteFTS. How should I determine my smaller financial goals that lead up to my major one and how do I know what time frame to place on them?

Thank you!

In short:

1. You need to determine what your Aim is in all of this? What is your endgame?

2. What is the vision of the company? What do you want to achieve or the company to stand for?

3. What is the longterm strategic objective? Where do you see it in 5 to 6 years?

4. What values will you stand by and for in working toward that objective?

Once you have all of this down it should be easy to see specific indicators than can be tracked to see if you are moving closer to or away from your objective.

Keep in mind this is a HELL of a lot of work and even more to think about. Top answer these questions right and with direction and aim will take a couple months or thought, research and work.

It would also be worth your time to conduct a SWOT analysis on yourself and the company. If you don't know what this is google it.

Dave Tate

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