15 Simple Questions to Define Your Business’s Core Values

Whether you’re starting a new venture or launching an existing one, there are two things you need to do before you can move forward: First, define your business’s core values. Second, figure out if your current model fits within those values. If you don’t know where you want to go or why you are going there, your journey will become a long and unfulfilling road. 

Do you have formal or informal core values for your company that you follow and base your decisions on them? Do you have something that leads you whenever you must decide on something important for your small business? Do you have something that serves you as a referring point on your path to success?

If your answers to questions are yes, you have established your core business values. One of the most complex parts of starting a new business is figuring out your core values. This article helps you identify your business values, answering 15 simple questions.

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