Strengthening These 5 Pillars Fuels Small Business Growth

Primary Growth Ingredients PeopleSystemsWork routinesInternal controlsVisualProcedural People are essential for growth (to get more done each day), but their effectiveness is limited by the systems they employ. Systems provide structural support in the form of a clear goal & effective routines. Effective systems provide predictable results, focus, motivation, & risk mitigation. They are recipes, that when followed, produce consistent outcomes. Core Business Pillars Leadership (inspiration…


These Two Things Empower Your Small Business to Grow Without You Working Yourself to Death

Alice asked, “What road do I take?”The cat asked, “Where do you want to go?”“I don’t know,” Alice answered.“Then,” said the cat, “it really doesn’t matter, does it?”Lewis Carroll, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland In order to move forward, we have to know the way. We need to know where we want to end up―we need a goal. A good goal generates excitement. It’s personally meaningful…

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How One Simple, Yet Insanely Impactful Principle Empowers People to Achieve Extraordinary Results
Wednesday, October 16, 2013rFortune The Most Powerful WomenrWashington, D.C., USArr9:30 AM ONE ON ONErWarren Buffett, Chairman and CEO, Berkshire Hathaway Inc.?Interviewer: Carol Loomis, Senior Editor at Large, FortunerrPhotograph by Stuart Isett/Fortune Most Powerful Women

How One Simple, Yet Insanely Impactful Principle Empowers People to Achieve Extraordinary Results

Sometimes the split is 70/30 or 90/10, but most of our results always come from only a few actions. This is the 80/20 principle. It’s interesting all by itself, but its immense business value is revealed when we apply the principle to itself, over and over again. Doing so produces a lens that allows us see how extraordinary results are achieved. We start by applying…


How to Increase Your Sales by Abolishing the Hassle Factor

To earn and keep a customer, whatever we offer has to be worth it to them. "It" is a manifested outcome at a reasonable cost, and cost is more than dollars and cents. It's the total time, effort, information, & money necessary to acquire their outcome. Time, effort, and information are part of their experience. They are the hassle factor part of what the customer…


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