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SIX TIPS to help you develop and implement a GREAT PLAN for your Business

April 25, 2012


Your plan isn’t complete without clear goals and expectations. This is your chance to define exactly what you would like to see in the coming year. A clear goal could be to sell a certain number of new units each quarter. Or it could be to increase revenue numbers by a certain percentage. It could […]

We’ve all worked jobs we hated.

February 29, 2012


We were underpaid, under appreciated and bored out of our minds. We either quit these jobs or were fired for poor performance because we  just gave up. We’ve all worked jobs we hated. Instead of taking the approach that it was a complete waste of time, you need to consider every job you had as […]

Are you distracted by criticism?

February 2, 2012


How do you deal with criticism? “Don’t be distracted by criticism. Remember, the only taste of success some people have is when they take a bite out of you.” – Zig Ziglar Criticism is the judgement of the merits and faults of the work or actions of an individual or group by another (the critic). To […]

Leaders think about empowerment, not control.

January 23, 2012


“Leaders think about empowerment, not control. The best definition of empowerment is you don’t steal responsibility from people.” Changing your business is an outcome of changing how we each respond to and connect with people. We change our business culture by softening our hearts to see how we can become more compassionate. Or more humble. […]

Is your company or YOU dying?

December 13, 2011


Seven Signs Your company may be dying. As for all you business owners who’d rather be water-boarded than take a cold hard look at your company, most of the signs apply to leaders, too. 1) Your company is underperforming. Sooner or later, poor leadership will trickle down and affect the entire company. Whatever the appropriate […]