Changing It Up!
If you haven’t visited the Club Asteria website in awhile, I suggest you check it out!
We recently did a redesign to the site based on our member feedback – and also because it’s always good to change things up a bit. You’ll notice that the navigation has been improved, and our drop down menus are easier to navigate.
In addition, we have made areas that are popular with Club Asteria members easier to access, and the new organization makes it easier to find exactly what you need to succeed in your business!
The change to the website required a great deal of effort from everyone involved, along with some late nights. In the end, we were very pleased with our efforts, and judging on the feedback we’ve received, that hard work is paying off.
Changing things in your business – or even in your daily routine – requires a lot of work and effort, but change can be very good.
First, changing how your conduct business allows you to take a different look at what’s going on. You may even identify some routines and processes that could be improved. The result is a faster, smarter business that achieves milestones and produces profits.
Another place to change is your product mix, evaluate the sales of your inventory and look to bring in fresh items that attract customer attention. Remember to pair traditional sellers with new products, so one helps the other.
Change can be a scary proposition, but there are plenty of places in the Club Asteria family of websites where you can read about other members’ experiences with change:
- * Our forum page
- * The Club Asteria Facebook page
- * Asteria Connect
- * Empower Now
There’s no rule that states the changes you make must entail gigantic steps away from your normal operating procedures – instead look to make smaller changes that improve a part of your business.
Wrapping up, a key point to remember is that change requires time, and waiting for something to change requires patience. Map out your changes, and then set an expected time period – this way you won’t be discouraged if things don’t immediately work out.
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