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So, what is your business strategy? You do have a strategy, right?
Can your business succeed without a business strategy?
I wouldn’t suggest running your business without some kind of strategy or plan. Just going from one tactic to another, testing the waters to see what might work probably isn’t the best routine for a successful business. This is more like standing in the middle of a forest, walking a few steps in one direction, only seeing more trees and switching to another direction. You may eventually get out, but how do you get where you wanted to go?