Many companies claim to be “Green.” Some pay fees for a certificate to put on their website and advertising, others join professional Green organizations to enhance their marketing efforts. How “green” is “Green?” It’s sort of like a Vegan and a Vegetarian arguing over who the real vegetarian is.
Rather than jumping into the Green debate, and trying to convince anyone how Green we may or may not be. We’ve decided to simply list the environmentally friendly things our company does inherently, and let you be the judge. Here’s what we do:
In other words, we are “green” simply by the nature of how our business process has naturally evolved. So, no hype or exaggerated claims, just a clear picture of how “green” and Eco-friendly we are.
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My systems are sufficient; I rarely miss a call or an opportunity.
My customer service is fine. I get lots of repeat business and a steady stream of referrals.
I’m very organized. I have systems in place to remind me in advance of impending deadlines and I rarely miss them.
I have no billing issues. All work is paid COD and/or I have a solid system to track delinquent accounts.
I have a marketing plan that I follow to the letter. Every lead is followed up on a specific schedule which I closely adhere to.
I adhere to my calendar religiously. I block off time for strategic planning and no one is permitted to disturb me during these times.
My business size is fine. It’s exactly where I want it to be to attract the most profitable customers.
Routine paperwork is not a problem. I have systems in place to handle it, and I actually enjoy paperwork.
It’s been said that a business should SUPPORT your lifestyle, not BECOME your lifestyle. Where do you fit?
All of my processes are well documented and readily available so that anyone who needs to take action in my absence can do so. In other words, my business is close to being “franchise-ready.”
I either have no workers or scheduling issues, or I have a system in place whereby my workers know exactly where they should be and what I expect.
I’ve avoided hiring support staff for fear of not being able to afford them, yet I never seem to grow. It’s been a couple of years and I just keep spinning my wheels and getting nowhere – and I’m getting frustrated.
I’m sure I could benefit from a virtual administrative assistant who could perform their responsibilities professionally, timely, and according to my company’s standards. The idea of having someone who could ‘watch my back’ is very appealing.