In business after business, front line employees, don’t know the company’s strategy.Read More
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Can Procrastination actually be productive?Read More
Friday I met with a good friend of mine who is struggling with what to do in his job. His struggle is essentially the issue offered in The Greatest Crime. He feels limited by his company. Ideas he suggests get sidelined or ignored. His company doesn’t hold any meetings to keep him engaged. He feels isolated and unable to contribute.Read More
Search on Google for Pearson’s Law and you’ll discover the first article is one I wrote on this principle entitled simply Pearson’s Law. I’m proud the attention I’ve given and received on Pearson’s Law has received this amount of consideration.Read More
Do you recognize this person?Read More
Growth companies need to get Four Decision right in order to achieve success. These Four Decisions are People, Strategy, Execution and Cash. Depending on the severity of your challenges in these four decision areas, you will ultimately need to choose one of these four decisions as your One Thing for the year and quarterly priorities. We’ve covered the outcome for getting People and Strategy right in your organization in previous blogs.
If you’re a small to mid-sized business owner you probably have a number of aspirations for your business. To build it so you can spend your time doing what you love most while the business runs consistently and predictably without you. Or it may be to watch it grow to achieve success humming along like a well-oiled machine. The dream of many small business owners was outlined in Michael Gerber’s book The E-Myth Revisited, Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Work and What To Do About It. Ultimately you want to be in a position to invest most of your time working ON the business rather than IN it.
The dictionary defines oscillate as: 1.to swing or move to and fro, as a pendulum does. 2. To vary or vacillate between differing beliefs, opinions, conditions, etc.: He oscillates regularly between elation and despair.
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