The movie, Failure to Launch, starring Matthew McCaughey tells a humorous story of a man so comfortable living with his parents that, despite having a beautiful girlfriend, he is unable to leave his home and begin an adult life.

Are you watching the 21st century and still feeling more at home in the 20th century?

Here are 10 ways to tell:

  1. Your website is a billboard, disconnected from your target market and any communication with customers or prospects.
  2. You haven’t been able to hire and retain younger employees let alone promote them.
  3. You have many generational silos in your company.
  4. You feel you’ve invested in all the technology you can which hasn’t yet paid for itself.
  5. You don’t make any money from the Internet.
  6. You are committed to sales channels who no longer provide access to buyers.
  7. Neither your senior managers, your family or, outside investors are calling you to buy your company.
  8. Your executive team is not bringing you new ideas or challenging yours.
  9. You are growing ever more fatigued in the poor results from tried-and-true practices
  10. Your customers are more concerned about their own problems than they are about your price or quality

What happens if you’re failing to launch? Relaunch fast and often. Just doing so puts you into the 21st century! How can you prevent a failure to laucnch? Learn More Here

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