#STACKTALK Episode 6: Mindsets that Will Make Your Business Stronger

#STACKTALK Episode 6: Mindsets that Will Make Your Business Stronger

Welcome to episode 6 of #STACKTALK, ShortStack’s official podcast about how to create Campaigns and contests to connect, collect leads and market. In this episode, we discuss 11 mindsets that will make your business stronger.

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Mindsets that will make your business stronger:

1. Not everyone can be your customer — and that’s a good thing.

2. People will think you’re “wrong” — but it’s more profitable to be “wrong” than to prove you’re right.

3. Not every client/customer will love you — and that’s okay because you’ll learn a lot from the ones who don’t.

4. People don’t trust your brand — but they do trust the people within it.

5. Everything always takes longer than expected — but you have to power to set realistic goals and expectations.

6. You’ll never be able to accurately calculate the return on investment of your social media efforts — but that does not mean your efforts are in vain.

7. Not every employee you hire will be the right fit — but quickly letting someone go can improve your chances of success.

8. Your employees aren’t always going to agree with you — but their input will make your company better.

9. Your industry will change — but you have the power to change with it, or before it does.

10. Your ideas are likely not revolutionary — but how you execute on them can be.

11. Perfection is the enemy of profit — don’t let your vision get in your way.

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Dana Kilroy

Dana Sullivan Kilroy is ShortStack's Director of Communications and Social Media Marketing. Before joining the ShortStack team she was a writer whose work appeared in publications and sites including The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, Inc. and many other lifestyle publications. Reach her on Twitter @dsullyk. Read more articles by Dana Kilroy.