The right environment can make or break your business.
With the right know-how, you can create the perfect environment for you, your clients, and your staff.
Everyone’s business practices are different, that’s part of what allows for competition within industries. Different ways of conducting business facilitate unique environments for both the client or customer and the staff. But, which practices are the most effective? For anyone looking to expand their efforts and grow their business, simply googling “best business practices” is sure to have some helpful tips. Apart from the basics, though, the pieces of advice that are going to propel you furthest are going to come from people that work within the same industry. The more niche the product or service you offer, the easier it is to apply teachings and advice to your practice. On the flip side, listening to advice from other entrepreneurs, even ones in a totally different field, can help to provide insight that you may have never considered before. However, understanding principles can only help you so much. If you’re trying to apply the philosophy you’ve learned to your practice, you have to know how to make that philosophy tangible.
Something that I’ve learned over the years is that when you’re giving advice, explaining the reasoning for your perspective is helpful for some, but providing actionable steps to apply these teachings to the real world immediately is beneficial for everyone. When it comes to expanding your knowledge of business, it can be really difficult to incorporate the advice you’ve been given into your real life, especially if you’re learning through text or video rather than having a mentor guiding you through your life in person. That’s why I think it’s important to provide both context and practical resources and why I’m creating a series to share important ideas and practices in creating an elevated environment for your business.
An Informational Series to Help Others Achieve More
Sharing my teachings and experiences in the hospitality industry.
This series is designed to be beneficial for anyone working in the hospitality industry, but you can easily tailor the philosophy and practices I share for any area of life or business. If you have a firm grasp on the concepts being shared, you’ll have a much better shot at customizing and incorporating those principles to your life, regardless. This series will serve as a foundation of knowledge that you can use to create a rich, productive, and comfortable environment of hospitality. Creating an open environment where everyone feels supported is a quintessential part of working with other people. Whether it’s your family in the comfort of your home, your friends you’re hosting for an event, or a client you are serving, the space that you create will dictate the relationship you have with others, as well as what you can accomplish together.
I was inspired to create this series for a number of reasons, but the central theme is the idea of making your work work for you. Setting up your business practices so that, in some ways, your business is running itself and constantly expanding on its own is the ideal, and it’s entirely possible, too. While attending an event, I came across a program for church staff explaining their practices for interacting with guests. The pamphlet instructed church staff on how to make guests feel welcomed, safe, heard, and prioritized in their shared spaces. As I was reading this instructional guide, I realized that I can expand on these ideas and translate them to be applied in other spaces of hospitality and business as well. By far the best part about these teachings, however, is that they’re not limited to belonging only to the business or hospitality world. You can take the things you learn in this series and apply them to your personal life and home life too. Wherever you choose to use the principles in this series, you will have the knowledge and skills to make your life more productive, personable, and rich.
I am going to fill this Creating an Elevated Environment series with perspectives, knowledge, and practical skills from end to end. You can choose to only take some of the information from this series with you into your real life, or you can totally transform your business practices or life practices by applying everything you learn here, it’s up to you to decide. The series will address principles relating to both clientele and giving your staff the tools they need to be successful in order to give you the most comprehensive how-to guide for elevating your environment that I can.
As I share more of the series, I’ll be updating this introductory article to include up-to-date access to each of the topics I’m planning to cover. If you’re following along, be sure to visit this article frequently to avoid missing important teachings.
Creating an Elevated Environment Series
Lesson One: “Express Your Love Openly“
Lesson Two: “Put Energy Into Being More Likable“
Lesson Three: “Let ‘Em Off The Hook“
Lesson Four: “Smile More“
Lesson Five: “Make All The Friends You Can“
Lesson Six: “Be Transparent“
Lesson Seven: “Be Predictable And Consistent“
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