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Management

Why Decision Making Needs Both Emotion and Logic

Call it intuition, a gut feeling, educational guesses or what have you but this is adding emotion to the decision making process. With complexity being the norm, it highlights why decision making needs both emotion and logic.
February 13, 2015 340 Reads share

Management

Your Small Business Is Growing But Will You Grow With It?

One common trait in small business owners/executives is that they are not afraid to get their hands dirty. If there is a technical problem, the office needs to be tidied or the finances need to be reviewed, they are hands-on kind of people. Take *Yvonne (not her real name) for example. She has built up […]
September 20, 2014 308 Reads share

Growth

Believing These 7 Myths About Strategic Planning Keeps You From Growing

As the year closes, you might find yourself imagining what could happen next. Just think...an untouched year of building on your existing foundation. Strategic planning is all about what your business will become and a crucial piece of preparation. So, why do so many of us believe myths about strategic planning that actually keep our companies from growing? Here are 7 myths to debunk in your own small to mid-sized business.
December 9, 2013 231 Reads share

Growth

Should You Fire Yourself Before Your Business Grows Again?

There can be a point in a business when the current business owner has to determine if he/she is the best person to lead a growth stage. How do you know if you still have the fire in the belly to grow your business? Is it time to hire someone to be CEO instead of you? How do you know if you should fire yourself before your business grows again?
October 3, 2013 199 Reads share
7 Ways Your Mobile App Can Hook Your Users

Management

Becoming CEO Of Your Small Business Means Finding Right Habits

You know those posts that tell you the traits of successful people? This is isn't one of those posts. Often what is left out is the work and habits successful small business owners use to create their success. So, when you ask yourself, "what am I going to do?", remember they had to do the work of finding what works for them. Becoming CEO of your small business means finding your "right" habits.
August 5, 2013 315 Reads share