Episodes – Dirty Secrets of Small Business
We have been blessed to not only achieve success in our own personal lives and careers, but we’ve also had the benefit of working closely with many other successful people in all walks of life. This includes people in everything from business to poli...
Some days it’s easier to stay positive than others. For instance, those days when you land a big new customer or finally bring on board that key new hire. But there are other days when it’s really tough to keep that positive outlook.
In This Episode This might seem like a simple question. But depending who you ask about valuing your inventory, the […]
We usually get a deer in the headlights response from our clients when they first hear us talk about how boring business can get when it’s running well. That deer in headlights look comes because most folks can’t relate to being bored with their busin...
If you’re in the business of meeting a lot of new people during the course of the week, month, or year, one of your keys to success will be to effectively share your story. What do we mean by sharing your story?
It might sound insane or counterintuitive if you run a company, but there is likely a chance you will get bored or distracted at some point. So what should you do to avoid this boredom? What kinds of troubles could this boredom cause in your business?
Few things are more strategic when it comes to the success of your company than setting your selling price. Yet we find that most small business owners take an overly simplistic approach to their selling price. It might sound something like,
I don’t care how long you’re in business, it never gets easy to let someone go. Especially if that person is in a more senior position and you’ve just recently hired them. So how do you know it’s time to let someone go? The post How Do I Know I Just Hi
One of the most common questions we hear from business has to do with paying their people. More specifically with how to pay their people. What most owners are really asking here is how do I structure a compensation plan that is going to properly incen
Believe it or not, we’re almost six months into this COVID-19 pandemic. Needless to say, we’ve all absorbed a lot of changes over that time and more changes and adjustments are coming. Hopefully one of the nice side benefits of this current pandemic is