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Oct 18

The Spiderwick Chronicles: Business Movie Review

By Maggie Mongan | Goals , Leadership & Management , Movie Reviews for Businesss Strategies , Performance , Teams

The Spiderwick Chronicles Movie Poster by IMDb.com

The Spiderwick Chronicles: Business Movie Review  Business strategies of  Promises, Warnings, & Possibilities The Spiderwick Chronicles (2008) was produced by Nickelodeon Movies. It is a movie about a family dealing with real life concepts. Then magically, an added element appears of simultaneously living in a fantasy world. The family must unite on many different fronts to […]

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Sep 28

3 Steps to Avoid Small Business Burnout

By Maggie Mongan | Business Success Resources , Goals , Leadership & Management , Motivation/Inspiration , Performance , Time Management & Productivity Improvement

The word Burnout with flames and smoke coming through it.

3 Steps to Avoid Small Business Burnout! It’s time for a heart-to-heart about Small Business Burnout. Small Business Owners are notorious for experiencing burnout at different levels; yet, I assure you, it’s avoidable. Are you thinking, “Right, Maggie, you have no idea what I’m dealing with right now”? That’s fair. I agree I don’t know […]

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May 20

3 point mid-quarter small business performance check-in

By Maggie Mongan | Improve Sales , Motivation/Inspiration , Performance , Time Management & Productivity Improvement

3 candles with flames

3 Point Mid-Quarter Small Business Performance Check-In Mid-Quarter Check-ins are one of my favorite business activities. Well, next to seeing a client’s face light-up when they understand why they’ve had a gap in their business’s performance. These check-ins allow you to identify what is impeding upon your business’s success rate. Additionally, when you do this […]

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May 14

The power of owning a relationship in business

By Maggie Mongan | Goals , Improve Sales , Leadership & Management , Performance

Goslings staying together.

The power of owning a relationship in business Owning a relationship supports your business’s performance. Most Small Business Owners (SBOs) need to own another five relationships immediately. It appears owning a relationship has become a lost art over the past 20 years. There is a whole generation who doesn’t understand what this is and how […]

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May 06

Jump start a productive day each workday

By Maggie Mongan | Goals , Leadership & Management , Motivation/Inspiration , Performance , Time Management & Productivity Improvement

chef preparing dinner plate

Jump start a productive day each workday Jump start has a variety of thoughts attached to it. I typically envision cars needing a jump to start, or a defibrillator to help a person’s heart start working again. Your Small Business needs you to provide it with a daily jump start. Are you providing yourself and […]

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Apr 22

Your “I can do it” attitude instantly changes everything

By Maggie Mongan | Business Strategies , Leadership & Management , Motivation/Inspiration , Performance

turtle hatching from shell

Your “I can do it” attitude  instantly changes everything My “I can do it” attitude was reinforced about 20 years ago from an elderly women I met at a workshop. She was a nun who was well accomplished. You’ll appreciate how this story will easily improve YOUR Business’s Performance. The first time I really listened […]

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Apr 08

When everything changes, change everything

By Maggie Mongan | Goals , Motivation/Inspiration , Performance , Time Management & Productivity Improvement

Polar bear on melting iceberg.

When everything changes, change everything:  practical wisdom under the certain circumstances Change everything can seem radical and sometimes it is. Let’s just say it – change gets a bad rap. It shouldn’t, but it does. We all want things to be different, but how many of us are willing to do the work to create […]

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Feb 05

Smaller Wins Hurt Business Growth

By Maggie Mongan | Goals , Leadership & Management , Motivation/Inspiration , Performance , Time Management & Productivity Improvement

Smaller Wins illustrated by two red lady bugs on a leaf

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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