Loading Dorothy's IBOtoolbox mobile content... Loading depends on your connection speed!

Dorothy Neddermeyer

Active contributor | offline
Member since 11 / 2011

During an Economic Downturn - Innovate to Create Success

2020, a new decade, a promising opportunity to kick off your best year yet... and your best decade. It is your opportunity to reinvent your success...and you don't need to do it alone. 

And now today, we are faced with an unexpected glitch in our plans for 2020. However, this glitch won't derail your success, maybe only slow it down. 

Here are some ideas to stay energized and focused during any glitch in your plans. 

  • Energize your passion and blast through the barriers that are holding you back.
  • Step up as the strong leader and innovator you are.
  • Assemble a Team to create Innovative Plans. If you are a small business you and one other person is adequate
  • Develop the Plan. 
  • Train your Employees. 
  • Communicate Timely and Consistently with employees, vendors, customers. 
  • Update the Innovation Plan as needed.
  • Turn your ideas and solutions into a new business, alongside your current business.
  • Identify associations/joint ventures to catapult your business and create new revenue streams.
  • Leverage your Assets to grow your profit.
  • BONUS: Remember you are stronger and more competent than you know. "When the going gets tough the tough get going."  ~Author unknown

"Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on going when there seemed to be no hope at all."—Dale Carnegie

You can regroup, re-innovate, revise, reestablish and reinvent your success. 

I am here only to be truly helpful.  I wish you well. 

To Your Success.

Press Release comments:

I have been helping others reinvent or make changes to be able to keep working during this trying time. Every business thrives when they innovate to keep moving forward no matter what they are faced with. There are very few businesses that can't come out of this ahead providing they are able to innovate.

As for what is holding people back, that is your department Dorothy.
Dennis Thorgesen

Awesome blog post Dorothy, thanks for sharing. Sharon Naraine

Definitely agree with Dennis!! Those who have an open mind will choose to innovate and implement them in a manner that will allow them to maximize results even in critical situations! Thanks for sharing Dr. D!!Spencer Taylor Jr

Yes Dorothy a very helpful post, it is worth having a printed copyGraham Commander