When making decisions for your micro business, start with the larger ones. Avoid getting bogged down by the small ones.
Start with big decisions, then the small ones will be easier.
Every business has decisions that will impact its development over time, so prioritize the important ones first. By doing this, you’ll optimize your use of resources and save yourself time.
Begin with the general decisions and work your way towards the specific ones. As the leader of your micro business, classify your decisions from large to small or macro to micro.
How can you distinguish between a major decision for a micro business and one that is smaller in scale?
Consider the impact decisions will have on the company when making them. Macro decisions impact all, micro only some.
To help with decision-making, Joey Jewell from Entrepreneur.com suggests the following:
First, start by listing all the macro decisions you need to make, including both professional and personal ones if applicable.
Then, make a list of all the smaller decisions that may arise from each macro decision.
Categorize your list and prioritize the decisions that will have a greater impact on your business. Save the micro-decisions for later and focus on the macro decisions first.
Ensure that you are making well-informed decisions that will benefit your company as a whole, by following this approach.
To sum up, you may find that some of your small decisions are resolved once you have made your larger decisions.
In general, if your large decisions have an impact on your small decisions, the smaller ones will be taken care of automatically.
Finally, tackle any minor issues that were not resolved by your larger decisions. You will likely find a clearer path to figuring out these smaller decisions.
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