Relationship with failure

We shouldn’t be so afraid to fail that we hesitate to start new things. If we try new things every once and awhile something good will stick. Today’s problems are often drawbacks of previous innovation. We just hope the value added was net positive on whichever metrics are important. (Fiscal, social, Etc) I see this … Continue reading Relationship with failure

Why waiting is wrong! Notes on Just Getting Started

Do you have an entrepreneurial idea? Or maybe a business you’d like to start? To have ideas and be entrepreneurial is a great thing But waiting on the sidelines is bad. Very bad. Let me give you an example. I have a friend who I see occasionally. Every time I see him he is planning … Continue reading Why waiting is wrong! Notes on Just Getting Started

Why most entrepreneurs fail

Have you ever had an idea or business that you wanted to implement? Do you want to know the difference between entrepreneurs that fail and entrepreneurs that succeed? The difference is so subtle that you just might miss it! Hi I’m Brock Laramee and today I’m writing about the reason where I have failed in … Continue reading Why most entrepreneurs fail

People don’t change. Build these transferable skills

Do you want to succeed in business? The one thing you might be missing is the psychology behind humans. We all think the same and we act and make decisions based on the same type of information and biases. In order for you to be successful, you may benefit from knowing: 1. What information to … Continue reading People don’t change. Build these transferable skills

Beating Turnover for Good! Part 2 of 3

Sick of losing people? Stuck not knowing what to do when someone quits? Did a no call / no show ruin your schedule? These issues related to turnover absolutely suck! It’s never fun to be a manager when facing these obstacles… The good news it that they can be addressed in several ways. In the … Continue reading Beating Turnover for Good! Part 2 of 3