Blogs

Business vs Executive Coaching

The Advantages of Business and Executive Coaching  You know you want coaching of some kind to further your business aspirations. You’ve heard about business coaching and executive coaching, but you’re not sure about their differences and which one is right for you.... read more

General Contractor Business Coach

As a general contractor, each day puts you deep into meetings with clients, estimating and following up, negotiations, and trying your best to herd your teams into the right place at the right time. The sheer volume of activity packed into each day places you and your... read more

Recruiting Top Teams

The hiring process is a major investment of time and money. You put so much into it because you know it can shape the long-term success or failure for your business. Make the wrong choice, and it feels like you haven’t just failed to move forward — you’ve taken... read more

The Value of Having a Business Coach for Lawyers

You’ve already studied the ins and outs of your field of law and continue to stay up-to-date. But do you study how to be an effective law practice owner or manager? If you’re struggling to balance your responsibilities as a practicing attorney with that of running... read more

How to Build a Self-Running Business

Any well-run and mature business shouldn’t depend on its owner to operate efficiently and effectively. As a business owner, you do not have to be constantly working in your business. Think of it this way: If your company depends on you specifically to be a workaholic... read more

Are you putting a “STOP” sign in front of your customers?

Are you putting a “STOP” sign in front of your customers?  If your customers do not hear from you, chances are, you are. Statistically speaking, 68% of customers leave a company based on perceived indifference and the other 30% is a mixture of moving away, dying,... read more

5 Rungs on the Entrepreneurial Ladder

Did you know that OWNER is the point on the “Entrepreneurial Ladder” where you are making money based on your investments vs. earning money based on the hours you work? The ladder is a good check-in point to ask yourself:Am I investing my time and getting a return... read more

4 Steps to Effective Delegation

Delegation is a required skill if you want to run a successful business and keep your sanity at the same time. Trying to do everything yourself will cause quick burnout, and it will waste the unique skill set that each employee offers your business. Brian Tracy,... read more

Average vs. Extraordinary CEO: Which One are You?

The word average speaks to common, mundane, and ordinary. Average is “just getting by.” The problem with the word average is that it accepts results far below what is possible. Average resigns itself to half-hearted performance and uninspired work ethic. The good news... read more

How Top CEOs Manage Their Time

Harvard Business Review documented a study, which revealed that CEOs work 62.5 hours a week. With the strong demand on their time, top CEOs implement specific strategies to manage their commitments better. How CEOs manage their schedules usually reveals a great deal... read more

Pull Up Your Boot Straps and Grow Your Business

Business owners need better time management. Or do they? The amount of time in the day doesn’t change, so it literally manages itself. Maybe the problem isn’t with time management, but with self-management. Growing your business takes incredible discipline and... read more

When to start exit and succession planning?

The number one question most business executives SHOULD be asking around exit and succession planning is…   When should I start?    The best answer…from day one.    The second best answer…now.     Top 5 Reasons why 85% of all businesses listed... read more

Book Review: The Purple Cow by Seth Godin

This month Juliet Kyes outlines The Purple Cow by Seth Godin. This is the book that made Seth Godin a power player in the marketing world. Although it was written in 2002, it’s powerful message about what makes you valuable and noticeable still holds true in a... read more

Book Review: The Ultimate Sales Machine by Chet Holmes

This month Barb Kyes outlines The Ultimate Sales Machine by Chet Holmes. In this book, Chet walks us through a handful of things  that most of us are not doing that will absolutely, positively double or triple your sales in 6-12 months. Chet Holmes helps his clients... read more

Book Review: 101 Ways To Promote Yourself (Business)

This month Ford reviews 101 Ways To Promote Yourself By: Raleigh Pinskey You may have the most outstanding business, product, idea or talent in the world, but in order to be successful, you have to let the world know about it. Raleigh Pinskey offers you a crash course... read more

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