They’re many points failure in business. But most more times than not the smaller points of failure are much more dramatic than the big ones. Because when something dramatic happens you notice it on the spot and take care of it. But when something small starts germinating in your business you don’t always notice it. At least not until it’s too late. The point of this post is to show you one of those small points of failure that destroy most businesses, and teaches you how to avoid it or at least correct it. Continue reading The single mistake that kills most businesses
We are all good at setting goals. I’m going to lose this much weight, I’m going to make this much money, etc. But most of us fall short when it comes time to do the work. Continue reading On paper everything looks good, How is your implementation?
No matter how good you are there is always a limit to every strategy. Eventually, you’re going to hit a glass ceiling. But that doesn’t mean you have to accept it. The fact that there is a limit your current strategy doesn’t mean you’re at a dead end. Continue reading Breaking through your glass ceiling
Let’s face it, every once in awhile you’re going to have a day so bad you wonder why you even woke up in the morning. A day when everything seems hopeless, when you feel like no matter what you do, you’re still going to fail. In this post, I will tell you how I deal with those days. Continue reading The best cure for a shitty day
Everyone gets pissed off at their job from time to time, but that doesn’t mean you have to quit. There is, however, time when you should. That’s the focus of this post, explaining logical reasons to leave your job. Continue reading Should you quit your job?
Not everyone gets your point the first time. It doesn’t mean their slow, or stupid. It just means that their brain works differently than yours. I wrote a post about how to come up with new ideas a while back. This is just another process our brain goes through.
We attribute too much to “coming up” with something new, when the truth is we had the information in us all along. But having the information is not enough we have to have it accessible, something that is not always the case.
More times than not we have to hear about something again and again to have it “fresh” in our thoughts. Fresh enough to combine it with something else. I bring this up because I just had that experience first hand. I just had a great idea that combines a few things I learned. I got the idea when re-reading ‘the four hour work week’. I’ll let you guy know how it goes when I start.
Hopefully I will be able to document the process to show you how a new business is borne and how to grow it.
If you want extraordinary people working for you. You’re going to have to pay for it, but not as much as you might think. You don’t have to go overboard getting into debt, all you have to do is use your competitor’s greed against them. Continue reading Give them a reason to be loyal