The #1 Reason Doers Help Your Business Thrive

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What’s more exciting than dreaming? Turning those dreams into reality!

For doers, that’s the type of take-charge attitude they carry with themselves day-in and day-out as they approach life,including their professional goals.

For doers, sitting back and watching isn’t an option.

For doers, taking notes and wondering when to move forward doesn’t cut it.

For doers, leadership is a trait, not an aspiration.

You see, doers are the type of folks who get the ball rolling… then never let it stop. They’re action-oriented, problem-solvers and appropriately aggressive when it comes to getting things done. Turns out, those “things” benefit all of us since their actions help create our needs. From graphic design to content creation to video development and so much more, doers are the folks others lean on to get things done. Often, these other folks are doers themselves that know all too well where their strengths end and others’ excel. These same folks also value time and money – which further extends an appreciation for doers. As it turns out, doers help doers. Doers help others, as well, though. From dreamers to hopeful entrepreneurs, to students building their identity to moms creating brands to million dollar businesses, doers have become the backbone to so many.

Whether you need a doer, are a doer or both, there’s a variety of reasons to appreciate doers. Among them?

Doers are action oriented.
Doers focus on end goals.
Doers work well independently.
Doers work well with others.
Doers are open to change.
Doers welcome a challenge.
Doers are decisive.
Doers are optimistic.
Doers accept failure.
Doers get things done.

The number one reason, however, that doers help businesses thrive is simple, really.

They listen. They understand. They react. They share.

Doers care.

What qualities do you think embody a doer? Share them in the comments below!

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Nicole Leinbach Reyhle
Nicole Leinbach Reyhle is the Founder and Publisher of Retail Minded, the Co-Founder of the Independent Retailer Conference and a regular contributor to various publications. Additionally, Reyhle is the Author of the book “Retail 101: The Guide to Managing and Marketing Your Retail Business” from McGraw-Hill and has been the Spokesperson for Small Business Saturday from American Express since 2014. Follow Reyhle on Twitter at @RetailMinded.
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Yasar Ali
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Nice Sharing buddy.

Anu
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ginner
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Doers just do what they need to do. Great article.

Hannah Curran
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Thank you so much!

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