In business, there are times when you should make big decisions. Sometimes a big, bold decision is the best thing you can do to make something happen.
Other times, baby steps make more sense and will do more to help you achieve your goals and objectives than going big.
Here's an Example
For example, if you know you need to cut expenses, my suggestion is to go big.
Oftentimes you can make one decision, in one area of the business, that will cut expenses in a big way. It is so much easier to implement one decision than to make 25 different decisions to try to nibble around the edges of 25 different expense categories.
When it comes to charting the path to financial health and stability in your business, I suggest you take the baby step approach. I practice what I preach in that regard in The 3-Part Plan to Breathe Financial Life into Your Business.
The interesting thing about baby steps is they are counterintuitive. It doesn't seem logical that a tiny step can actually cause big things to happen for your financial future.
But I have seen them work so many times in my life that I'm a believer. Especially when it comes to the month-to-month process of creating financial health, wealth and freedom in business.
Try a baby step this week on something you have been struggling with in your business. I bet you will be surprised by what happens.