How Do You Prioritize Your Daily Business?

Each of us have different ways of prioritizing when and how they get things done, but many people find “To do Lists” or “Checklists” a very efficient way to keep track and prioritize what needs to be done in a day, week, month.  Some of us keep these lists in a notebook or notepad, while others keep them electronically on their phone or computer.  For a start-up business this can be very important for both the preparation of a business plan and financial projections but as an ongoing to tool.

A recent article by Anita Campbell and Fed Exp on Small Business Trends listed a very thorough 30 Point Checklist for Start-Up,

I’d like to add # 31 – Contact your location Small Business Development Center . . .

So, to sit down with Louisa Miller, IESBDC Business Consultant, to talk about starting your own business contact the Victorville Office today for an appointment.

Looking to start or grow your business?

We at the Orange County Inland Empire SBDC, are here to help you with every aspect of your business to help it grow and become successful.
Give us a call at 1-800-616-7232 or schedule a quick, 15-minute intake appointment at to see how we can help you start, grow, and succeed.

How Do You Prioritize Your Daily Business?

Mike Daniel is the network director of the Orange County Inland Empire SBDC Network, which assists aspiring entrepreneurs and current business owners throughout Orange, San Bernardino and Riverside counties. Mike was formerly the director of the SBDC office at Long Beach City College. As business owner and entrepreneur himself, he started his career as the owner of a Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory location in Manhattan Beach and went on to open a second location in Long Beach in 2001. In 2007, Mike sold the Manhattan Beach store for an above-market offer then invested in several additional locations as a minority shareholder. Mike further expanded his candy empire with venture located in Shoreline Village in Long Beach called Sugar Daddies Sweet Shoppe, based on fill-it yourself candy options.

Mike has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from California State University, Fullerton.