Simplicity. Unnecessary complexity. Overthinking things.
Applying the KISS principle to our business lives can pay dividends. Originated in the 1960s by US Navy design engineers, it emphasizes that simplicity should be the key goal in design.
Carry that over from fighter jets to business, think about all of the things that could benefit from being looked at from an uncomplicated point of view: operations, marketing, sales, finance.
That last one really could benefit from simplicity. And actually pay dividends.
Uncomplicating things could mean simplifying processes. Do you have the latest software that manages your?
- Project management
- Email campaigns
- Social media
Having plug-and-play options makes your implementation of things work more smoothly and efficiently. Fewer steps can eliminate work and even reduce errors.
While getting to simple could be harder in the beginning, once you get there, it could (and will) pay dividends. The process to get there will uncover things and reveal simple options to you.
We love simplicity. If you are looking to simplify the financial aspect of your company, call or write to us. TFO Solutions is dedicated to helping entrepreneurs and business owners with their financial strategy from the back office to the boardroom.
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