The big bounce in the economy from pandemic lows early in the year has now faded into a vacuum of uncertainty. Thus far, we have seen a big bounce in the US economy. US GDP rose [...]
With 1 in 4 working professionals looking to leave their current job, it’s no wonder that those in the c-suite are losing sleep. The Great Migration. A Turnover Tsunami. Whatever the phrase du jour, it’s seriously [...]
There isn’t a business planning structure out there that doesn’t include some sort of quarterly goals & reward tool. EOS, Aileron, Great Game of Business, Ownership Thinking…. the list goes on and on. Our Prosper for [...]
businesses should be seeing – or soon will be experiencing – some recovery in their operations. Having said that, we do not anticipate a “full” recovery until mid-2021. There are numerous risks that could derail the recovery. Most notably, of course, a second wave of COVID-19 that causes governors and other governments to shut down their economies again.
I'm an entrepreneur; I love building things. My favorite part of growing a new company is sharing ideas about great products and services with potential buyers/customers. My favorite part is marketing, particularly when it works and [...]
I believe the first thing business owners need to understand is the difference between training and education. Training is utilized when you are trying to increase the uniformity, efficiency and repeatable quality of your product or service. Education is utilized to increase the autonomy of your employees to reduce the need for heavy handed management, nimble response, and increased customer/client satisfaction.
If you have ever played or watched golf, then you are probably familiar with the phrase “drive for show and putt for dough.” The idea here is, your drive can be a great and an impressive shot, but you don’t win tournaments and make money (dough) if you’re not putting well. I think this same concept applies to the way business owners think of their top line revenue.