Growth

Everyone wants to grow their business. If only wishing made it so. Growing your company requires determination and flexibility. If you can establish achievable goals, and be flexible in how you pursue those goals, you can achieve anything. But don’t take our word for it. Check out some of the killer articles in the TYB Growth category for inspiration and guidance from people grinding it out in the real world.

Growth

Dig Deep, Strike Gold

Usually, the greater the innovation, the less established was the process that led to it. Since there was probably no established process, the chances are that the innovation was sparked by some form of play. And when the product or technology came to market, wasn’t it exciting and even somehow strangely inevitable? Didn’t it prompt you to connect existing thoughts and feelings in new and satisfying ways? Creativity creating impact creating success.
October 1, 2012 1,275 Reads share

Growth

Learn Before You Leap

Back when I was at Procter & Gamble, and had made the difficult decision to leave P&G to move to Microsoft, John Smale, the retired CEO of P&G, gave me some good advice.
September 12, 2012 1,429 Reads share

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Using LinkedIn To Market Your Business

How many articles about social media are there? 1 million? 2? Do you really think we need another one? Well, I think that we do, and this here’s the reason why. The invention of social media sites gave us, the small business owners, near infinite possibilities for marketing ourselves and our companies. And still, I […]
September 4, 2012 1,137 Reads share

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Eyes Wide Open for Opportunity

It might sound like a simple analogy, but keeping your eyes 'open' for opportunity, in order to facilitate ongoing business growth is key in strategic development and informing your business's trajectory in the long and short-term.
August 31, 2012 1,916 Reads share

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Creative Innovation: The Healthy Alternative To Fear Based Transactions

Whether we're buying or selling, we have a choice as to how we do business. But, all too often, we attempt to manipulate our transactions through fear or we feel seduced and trapped into decisions that we may not otherwise make. We are so used to these methods that we become inured to them. How can we turn things around so we are in command of our choices, respectful of others and actually feel inspired to do business?
August 17, 2012 1,356 Reads share