Five Keys to Turning a Company Around

Posted on 30. Jun, 2009 by in Business, Change, Growth, Leadership, Strategy

If you were in charge of GM, what would you do? Even if you’re not leading a large company, there are still a few lessons you can draw from CEO Fritz Henderson’s playbook, that could make a big difference in your business if you want to grow faster and be more profitable. In an article […]

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Robert Kiyosaki and Where Change Begins

Posted on 22. Jun, 2009 by in Attitude, Books, Business, Entreprenuership, Growth, Leadership, Learning, Planning, Strategy

If you’ve been reading my blog for any length of time you know that my first premise for growth is, “No organization can consistently perform at a level beyond the capacity of the senior leader. Therefore, if you want to grow an organization, you need to start by growing the senior leader first.” In essence, […]

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Phil Jackson and Your Business

Posted on 15. Jun, 2009 by in Attitude, Business, Communication, Entreprenuership, Leadership, Learning, Managing Talent, Personal Development, Relationships

Regardless of whether you’re a basketball fan or not, you have to admire what Phil Jackson accomplished yesterday, as well as over the past 18 seasons he’s served as a head coach (similar to your role as the senior executive of a SMB). With yesterday’s NBA championship with the Los Angeles Lakers, Phil Jackson probably […]

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Fire Your “C” Players Now

Posted on 03. Jun, 2009 by in Business, Growth, Leadership, Managing Talent, Time Management

As a strategy and growth guy, I’m always looking for those few key decisions or distinctions that a company can make that will result in significant growth gains–and this is one of them. I can’t tell you how frequently I have to help business owners and senior executives do what they know they ought to […]

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