Questions to ask yourself as a business owner:

As we near the end of the calendar year, you might be thinking about the status of your business. Are you growing in the ways you had hoped? Are you meeting or exceeding goals? Is your staff aligned with the goals you’ve set? These are just some questions to consider when you are assessing the growth of your business. Keep reading to learn some methods of growing and building value.


Methods of growing and building value:

Reviewing your business plan:

Start by taking some time to review your business plan. If you don’t have one, it’s time to create one. The business lifecycle is always on our mind at Johnson Consulting Group and evaluating your plan as you go is a great way to see if you are meeting the growth goals that will take your business to the next level. You might be surprised by what you find. It’s possible you could see a specific area of your business taking the lead, an indication you should put focus there. Taking the next step of an in depth SWOT analysis for your funeral business could lead you to the right growth opportunities at the right time.


In sync staff:

Having a staff that is truly in sync with your business goals is another key to growth. There are tactics you can implement to help your team feel connected to the success of your business such as incentive programs. Another way to take a broad look at overall success is with Performance Tracker X. This service allows you to hear directly from your families on a variety of customizable metrics that may impact your growth. It’s a great way to balance sales with the compassion and sensitive needs of your customers.



We’ve touched on some of the more concrete, analytic things that are important to business growth, so let’s turn to some ideas that are a little more intangible. Bringing a positive mindset with you each day is very important. This article from Entrepreneur expands on the idea that thinking positively when it comes to yourself and your business can have a big impact on those around you as well as on the ultimate success of your business.


As a business owner in the funeral profession, you have a lot on your plate. Taking care of and empowering your staff while building meaningful connections with your families is often the top priority. The team of consultants at Johnson Consulting Group are a fantastic asset when it comes to growth strategy and the background details of running a funeral business. The JCG experts bring years of experience in the funeral profession and are constantly following the trends that are important and helpful to you.