Some people feel that business tactics are more useful than functional tactics. This is a good thing, but it doesn’t always mean that functional tactics are necessarily more effective than business strategies.
This is often the case. For example, an ad campaign that uses a wide variety of different tactics and messaging tactics, but also uses strategic messaging, etc. is more effective than one that uses only small variations on business tactics.
There are two types of functional tactics: low-risk ones and high-risk ones. Low-risk ones are ones that you can do without much risk. High-risk ones are ones that are risky. A good example of this is a campaign that uses a mix of traditional business tactics and functional tactics, but also uses strategic messaging tactics, which are the most risky, because they tend to be more costly.
A great example of a high-risk tactical is when the company that you are setting up a business for is the target of a major criminal investigation. This is a high-risk tactical because you need to be careful that the company you are setting up doesn’t have any bad clients.
A good example of a low-risk tactical is when you have an existing relationship with a client, but you want to set up a new business with them as a way to get them off the streets.
Low-risk tacticals include being able to get a new client or client, being able to get a new client cheaply or cheaply, avoiding being sued, avoiding having to negotiate with a lawyer, getting the law changed, creating a winning team, being able to win a case, avoiding getting sued. A high-risk tactical is when you know you will be sued, and you want to run away as fast as possible.
This kind of tactical is a lot less about you and your customers, and more about you and your lawyer. For example, if you’re starting a business and you don’t have a lawyer, you should be able to say, “I’m a business owner. I make up the rules.” If you’re starting a business and you don’t have a lawyer, you should be able to say, “I’m a lawyer. I make up the rules.
The problem with this kind of tactical is that it lacks the passion of your business-owner-saying, I make up the rules.
I don’t want to give away too much, but I would be able to say, I make up the rules. I’m not a business owner. And I don’t make up the rules.
The problem with this kind of tactical is that it lacks the passion of your business-owner-saying, I make up the rules.I dont want to give away too much, but I would be able to say, I make up the rules. Im not a business owner. And I dont make up the rules.