Have a close look at this picture….it in every way describes what happens when a small business owner does not have a crystal clear vision for the future that they can live and work towards today. Future visioning may seem “fluffy” and “new age” and not as relevant as collecting your 120 day overdue receivable
STEVE JOBS 1955-2011 Steve Jobs was the Thomas Edison of our time. Just as the light bulb changed the way we looked at things so did the innovations that Steve imagined and produced. He was of the world’s greatest marketers. We will miss him. In his own words he expresses his philosophy of death elegantly:
“Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.” – Anais Nan Have you ever considered how courage or lack thereof plays out in our ability to really get what we want in this life or from our business? Most of us are not afraid of much except for what others might “think” of us. Just
Is there something obvious in your world that you have been putting up with that needs to change? One of my favorite authors Neil Ducoff speaks of the compromises business leaders make every day in his extraordinary book No Compromise Leadership. It’s worth having a closer look at what you have been putting up with.
Are you feeling as if you have no options in resolving a current frustration? Does it feel like no matter which way you turn you can’t win? Chances are if you look really closely at the situation you may have at some point given away your most precious personal resource…your power. Any time you feel
Do you desire a better work-life balance? Are you sacrificing personal time, finances, family time, fitness time, quiet time, just to keep your business going? Why are you in business? Do you ask yourself that question sometimes? Does your business serve you or are you a servant to your business? Do your clients get a
We believe that executive coaching is the last remaining puzzle piece in designing and building winning strategies and organizations. This is the last remaining piece of leverage for impacting human performance, both individually and collectively. Perhaps, it is the last place an executive can turn to ask far-reaching questions regarding their results, development or potential