Do you have an higher “I” factor or “E” factor? Improving your E factor will improve your product and your revenue.
With fall in the mid-Atlantic just weeks away, my usual reflections on the summer golf season—where I improved or didn’t, the rounds that got away, why I didn’t play more despite the resolve to do so—have been overtaken by thoughts of how different the 2018 season may be. You see, our club is for sale. It will be interesting to see who bids on this nearly 100-year old institution and what direction they eventually take things. Regardless of the new owners, it seems a safe bet that there will be significant changes that provide lessons far beyond some idyllic parcels of land and a stately but dated clubhouse:
· Do not lose sight of your core business.