You are you’re number one asset

You are you’re number one asset. What does that mean? What it means is that you are an asset that has the ability to produce cash through the various services and products that you may sell. Because you are an asset you can improve your productivity. If you can improve your productivity you can improve … Continue reading You are you’re number one asset

Stop being your business

Don’t be so busy operating that you forget to own your business. In my opinion, measured by time spent within your business in the operating roles - one should not spend more than 30 hours within his business - rather should be spending most of that time on growth activities related to business development sales … Continue reading Stop being your business

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

Small Starts. Big Results

Don’t fall into the trap of thinking your current results will be your end results. Ray Kroc didn’t start McDonalds until late it life . Kernel Sanders of KFC the same. Sam Walton of Walmart didn’t open Walmart until he was 42. All that you’re doing today is collecting experience. All of your little improvements … Continue reading Small Starts. Big Results

Lean Start Up Model Vs Plan for the Future

Between two schools of thought may lie the answer. Over the years, Silicon Valley and Entrepreneurs have crazed over the Lean Start UpModel. Create a quick product, market before you’re ready, be okay with bugs, learn, and from that feedback build something the customers indicate they want. But then there’s the opposite. Have a plan … Continue reading Lean Start Up Model Vs Plan for the Future