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Want an Absentee Owner Business? 3 Skill You Must Master

2019-12-14T08:49:02-07:00Self-Sustainability, Strategy, Succession_Exit|

Do you hope to take a vacation some day and not worry if your business will still be there when you return?  Then you need to set up for what I call business self-sustainability or [...]

5 Steps for Creating Accountability in Your Business

2019-12-14T08:49:56-07:00Featured, Human Resources, Leadership|

Creating Accountability is Critical to Business Growth I talk with small business owners struggling with employee issues all the time.  .  I often hear “Oh, that stuff is just for big companies.  We only have [...]

Business Execution – 10 Things Make You More Effective

2019-12-14T08:51:25-07:00Featured, Home Page, Leadership, Management, Strategy|

Last week I started a new set of articles focused on execution titled Why Business Execution in Critical to Successful Growth.  In it I tried to convey the difference between just taking action and business [...]

4 Characteristics for Creating High Performance Organizations

2019-12-14T09:08:38-07:00Featured, Human Resources, Motivating, need keyword|

Over the past month I’ve posted on several important topics including delegation and outsourcing.  If you’ve read these posts you may have seen some mutual skills/actions needed. They are not specific to these topics. I [...]

Building Systems – 5 Steps to Establish a Repeatable & Scalable Business

2019-12-14T09:09:06-07:00Featured, need keyword, Operations, Succession_Exit, Survival|

In a previous post titled Getting Beyond the “Survival Stage” of Growth in Your Business, I touched on the process by which you begin building systems. Doing this allows your business to operate on its [...]

5 Steps to Creating Affiliate Partnership that Work!

2019-08-24T17:17:57-07:00Featured, Management, need keyword, Strategy|

Nothing Happens Until Someone Executes I am always asked to participate in ventures, join alliances, and partner with businesses.  Rarely do I get involved.  And, my rationale for saying “no” seems to upset a lot [...]