As an E-Myth Coach (Licensed coach for Michael Gerber’s The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do About It) for ten years, I quickly recognized in small businesses there were often two kinds of business owners: Objective and those who were Subjective.Read More
Strategic Discipline Blog
Topics: Balanced Priorities, Process/Productivity Drivers, People/Relationship Drivers, Counter balance, Relationships and Productivity
In the Dictionary Counterbalance is defined as: 1. a weight balancing another weight; an equal weight, power, or influence acting in opposition; counterpoise. 2. to act against or oppose with an equal weight, force, or influence; offset.Read More
Topics: Balanced Priorities, People/Relationship Drivers, Business Priorities, Counter balance
Balance is an important part of the equation in your business.Read More
Topics: One Thing, Balanced Priorities, Balance, Counter balance
It’s a common theme this time of year. We get out of balance chasing the spirit of Christmas, giving presents.Read More
Topics: One Thing, Balanced Priorities, Balanced Metrics, Counter balance
Why Doug? Why should we do daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual meetings?
Topics: weekly meetings, Business Growth, Balanced Priorities, meeting rhythms, Business Dashboards, pattern recognition, Radical Change, Radical Stability
With the Growth Summit starting Tuesday and our Gazelles Coaching meetings not beginning until Monday this is a modification of a blog (Subjectivity & Objectivity – Required Business Disciplines) written in September of 2010 and another (Critical Numbers - People/Relationship Drivers)in December 2012 . Flying on Delta to Las Vegas reminded me of an example we often provide on the critical need for balance in setting priority for your business. I’ve updated the content to reflect the emphasis to balance the two drivers, people and productivity, in your business.
Topics: One Thing, Balanced Priorities, Process/Productivity Drivers, People/Relationship Drivers, Balance, Balanced Metrics
In the first or second grade I recall being in a parade of students ushered into our small home town theatre to watch the movie Ben Hur. Going to a movie back then (circa 1960) was a big event. The theatre had provided our Catholic Elementary school the entire theatre to show the movie Ben Hur. Watching a movie on the big screen, before there were big screens in every home for TV, was awe inspiring. I’ve grown to love the movie. One of the conflicts in the movie is Judah Ben Hur’s rivalry with Messala, a roman tribune.
Topics: Balanced Priorities, People/Relationship Drivers, Balance, Strength Based Leadership
One of the things I’ve prided myself on is carrying a good attitude and being positive no matter what this AML brought. Laugh, joke, smile and be thankful to the people who care for you and always expect the best. Always!!
Topics: Acute Myeloid Luekemia, employee engagement, Balanced Priorities, productivity, Balance, Balanced Metrics, Michelle Wick