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How The Tour de France Can Help Your Business Succeed

Bradley Wiggins has just finished 4th in the Tour de France - equalling the best finish by a Briton ever in the race. Garmin Slipstream is a fairly new team, with a very small budget in comparison to many of the Tour de France old timers. They also ended up 2nd overall as a team! So how did they do it?

Business Experts John Whiteman and Avril Millar feel the Garmin Slipstream Team have shown that it is working as a Team that moves you faster towards success.

In a Business analogy the same happens as well.

A Business has many component parts.

Many of these parts in a small business are run by the same people - sometimes the MD is the salesman and administrator too. Time and energy that could be spent on selling gets wasted on admin that almost anyone could do.

The Successful Business Entrepreneur will delegate key and specific tasks to his team members in order to become more successful faster.

In our Business Expert Club we can show you what areas you need to focus on in your business and which tasks you should delegate to your team members to give your company more momentum.

In Garmin Slipstream, the whole point of the Tour de France is doing it in the fastest possible time. Speed is how they measure if they are doing well - how many seconds they are ahead of the competition. Once time is lost, it is very hard to win back. The time trials bought them valuable seconds and that made all the difference. Our Business Expert Club can do the same in your business.

In business, sales are the key measure. Once you get sales up to a healthy and profitable level, you can afford to divert a little attention onto other areas to improve overall performance BUT without sales there is no business and the race is over.

The key is to focus on Revenue generation over administrative tasks in a ratio of at least 75-25%.

What we mean by this is that at least 75% of your workforce should be able to generate revenue opportunities.

What you see in a Professional Bike Racing team is this:

Certain riders do more work providing Slipstreaming opportunities for its Sales Force to Perform. There are no poor team members but at times they will create opportunities for others to excel on the day. At any one time, any team member may be critical to the end result - they can all perform but they all work for the best rider on the day. The likes of Bradley Wiggins, David Millar and Christian Van de Velde all individually created amazing results and opportunities but also worked for each other and the rest of the team at varying times in supporting roles. The 6 other men in the team all played their part and no result would have been possible without each and every one of them.

This is one focus of Business Success. Having as many members of your team as possible in a Revenue generating role.

So if you are looking for success and to become a Business Expert this is one area that you need to take action in your own company. If you train with us you will be able to action this in a Consultancy role in many companies - and the results you will see will be just as exhilarating as the Tour de France.

John Whiteman and Avril Millar
Business Experts at
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http://completebusinessexperts.com
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