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We need great leaders to guide

We need great leaders to guide Great leaders aren’t born. Leadership is still a relatively new expertise; however, research consistently reveals leadership is a skill and capability. Don’t kid yourself. How effective you are as a leader tremendously impacts YOUR Business’s Performance! Granted we’ve had leaders since the beginning of time; however, leadership is a […]

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Smaller Wins Hurt Business Growth

Smaller Wins Hurt Business Growth Smaller wins are everywhere in small business. If you are hacking your business, chances are you’re hacking YOUR Business’s Performance and ultimately its growth potential. Settling for smaller wins means you start to accept your To-Do List as victorious moves, instead of basic completions. OK, in some cases it may […]

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When the unexpected delivers results

When the Unexpected Delivers Results The unexpected typically occurs throughout the work week of any Small Business Owner. At the moment, it’s 7:51 am and I’ve already had four calendar changes for today. Why? Major snowstorm and blizzard conditions at times throughout the day.  The storm was expected – but sometimes weather isn’t as severe […]

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Aquaman: Business Movie Review

Aquaman: Business Movie Review “Aquaman” teaches business strategies of  Advances, Negotiations, Partnerships Aquaman (2018) movie has received a great deal of accolades. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but was pleasantly surprised by a great story-line with phenomenal special effects and acting. The main character (Aquaman) is a born to a aqua Mom and human Dad. His Mom […]

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Your business growth requires a sounding board

Your business growth requires a sounding board Do you have a sounding board to support You and Your Business’s Growth? If not, it’s time to find one! Often, I have Small Business Owners tell me how lonely they are doing their job. At times they may be isolated for a days or even weeks. Sometimes […]

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Start fresh to better support your business

Start Fresh to Better Support YOUR Business Start fresh – it’s a common theme at the beginning of any new year. Are you “turning over a new leaf” this week? If so, you’re like many. Yet I ask: Why wait for the calendar to indicate it’s time to start something new? YOUR Business’s Performance requires […]

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Gremlins: Business Movie Review

Gremlins: Business Movie Review “Gremlins” movie will teach  Small Business Owners business strategies of  Instructions, Transformation, & Consequences Gremlins (1984) movie captured our hearts over 30 years ago and is still a favorite of many! Even though the movie’s plot is rooted during Christmas time, sometimes we forget it’s a Christmas movie. Why? The characters lively shenanigans take […]

Do you have agility as an essential capability to have your business shine?

Agility is required for business growth

Agility is required for business growth Agility is fancy word for being nimble a colleague once told me. Let’s keep this oversimplified and work with being agile and being nimble synonymous for practical purposes. As the year is winding  down, I’m starting to get messages from friends, family, and colleagues about how their year played […]

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Jingle All the Way: Business Movie Review

Jingle All the Way: Business Movie Review “Jingle All the Way” movie will teach  Small Business Owners business strategies of  Priorities, Being Proactive, and Agility Jingle All the Way (1996) is a classic good guy- bad guy Christmas movie wrapped up with a family struggling to be with one another more during the holiday season. Even though this […]