As an entrepreneur, the value of being present, engaged and attentive when you deal with others can be what separates you from the crowd.
What do monkeys in Thailand, peanuts in coconut shells and your business have in common? The answer may surprise you. It’s all about letting go.
There’s a quote from Stephen M.R. Covey I find really inspiring that reads “We judge ourselves by our intentions and others judge us by our actions.” This statement has huge implications for the business world.
One of the greatest advantages of hiring a strategist is they don’t know you. Find out how their lack of knowledge about your products, policies and procedures can be your greatest asset.
In business everything appears to move at a thousand miles an hour whether you like it or not. First, that’s a great recipe for burning out quickly, and second, if you’re not careful, you’ll get caught up thinking moving fast is necessary for success. The value of pausing is underrated—even in a world where fortunes can be made or broken in a moment!
I was a swimmer in college, and there’s one thing I took away that applies to business. Stay in your lane. But what does that have to do with the workplace?
Have you ever needed to make a big investment in your business, but weren’t sure the purchase would have long-term payoff? Learn how a strategist can help you determine if the investment is worth the payoff.
In business, acknowledging a weakness and dealing with it takes strength. So be honest with yourself. Both you and your business will be better for it.
Have you ever taken a look — a real look — at your business? Top-to-bottom, inside-and-out exam, kind of like a colonoscopy? If you haven’t, it’s time. Here’s why.