Recently, I spent some time learning how to run. I didn’t know that I couldn’t run, but as it turns out, the way I was “running” was actually a form of physical abuse. (more…)
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Forgive the madness here for a bit – we are working frantically (me and the mouse in my pocket) to get the curriculum developed and organized for the site. Here’s our first run at a video and a PDF of the character sheet. I welcome any questions in the comments as you may have them.
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Small business owners are often too busy trying to keep the bills paid to think about the operations side of their business. Unfortunately, as the business grows, this trend continues. (more…)
Everything you do as a small business owner originates from your experiences starting the business. The shortcuts and sacrifices you had to make in order to pay the bills have unfortunate longer term side effects. They have inadvertently slowed down your business growth. Because of these shortcuts and sacrifices, the leap from a startup to small or medium size business is all but impossible for many. Why? (more…)
Networking is one of the best ways to increase your potential sales and client base – but only if done correctly. How does one effectively network to generate sales? (more…)
All too often when we think of increasing sales, we think about hiring sales people or fussing with our marketing materials. Any small business owner, when asked, will tell you that a significant portion of their business doesn’t simply “walk in” off the street. (more…)
Quick, think about something you are really good at. Something that you are better at than all your friends and colleagues. Go ahead, I’ll wait . . . (more…)
Making the jump from employee to independent professional is TERRIFYING. After the buzz of your world changing approach to accounting wears off the first reaction is usually:
“What have I done?!” (more…)
Feeling sad happens to the best of us – until you learn how to turn it off. Turning off the ability to be sad, though, has disastrous consequences for us emotionally. Why? Because sadness is the result of a letting go. Letting go of something frees us to grab on to something more productive and more useful.