Strategies To Recession-Proof Your Small Business

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Strategies To Recession-Proof Your Small Business

Are you worried about an upcoming recession and wondering how your boutique will fare? If so, we’ve got your back! Joining me today is Stacy Tuschl, host of the Foot Traffic Podcast and a small business expert, and she’s here to talk all about making a recession-proof plan for your business. We’ll be going beyond the fear-mongering that is so prevalent and digging into what you can do today to put your business in a position to survive any storm.

Get comfortable and make sure to take notes as Stacy walks us through each tool and resource to work smarter and not harder during these uncertain times so that your business can not only survive, but thrive during a recession. Stacy also shares the three things that you should be focusing on in your business right now, as well as the first place in your business to re-evaluate and refine that will save you time and money. This is a real, transparent, and systematic approach to recession-proofing your business that you won’t want to miss!

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What You’ll Learn From Strategies To Recession-Proof Your Small Business

  • Why you should focus on building a cash reserve.
  • Where to focus on investing in your business.
  • How to be an optimistic yet realistic leader.
  • How to provide a memorable experience for your customers.
  • The difference between expenses and investments.
  • The most important areas in your business to re-evaluate.
  • Stacy’s biggest advice for the overwhelmed business owner.
  • The greatest opportunity for small businesses in a pending recession.

Resources Featured In This Episode:

Favorite Quotes from Stacy Tuschl

“The storm is definitely about to happen.” – Stacy Tuschl [2:55]

“The person that can hold on the longest will win.” – Stacy Tuschl [3:15]

“Some businesses are going to make it, and some are not.” – Stacy Tuschl [23:20]



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Original Air Date: July 12th, 2022
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