When Business Growth is Bad – Part 2

When entrepreneurs start a business they hope and pray that their business grows. Of course! They should! And as a consultant, I take my role very seriously in helping them see growth in their businesses. But in my last post I mentioned that not all business growth is good. Growth that happens too fast, for […]

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Business “best practice” in today’s economy

We’re living in turbulent economic times. Economists are now predicting that most of 2009 will continue this way with a market resurrection in the end of 2009 and through 2010. Larger businesses may have the assets and borrowing power to survive. But smaller businesses do not and many of them are wondering if they’ll survive […]

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What’s stopping you?

Creating new products or services is fun! I love the idea of taking an idea and helping someone develop it, turn it into something real, and then sell it. And I know my clients like it, too, because I stay busy with this work! Unfortunately, I’m seeing a dangerous trend in the market that impacts […]

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The conundrum of committedness – part 2

In the last blog, I talked about the first part of the conundrum of committedness: How the consultant needs to stay busy enough with commitments to earn and income but also have enough time to market in order to replenish the pipeline. I said that the first part of the conundrum of committedness is: The […]

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Embracing the recession

Posted by on November 11, 2008 in: Business - Plain & Simple

We live in uncertain economic times. Every time we turn on the news we hear of another company that is going under, another company that is laying off thousands of its workforce or another company that has had to respond to a lack of shareholder confidence with kneejerk reactions. People just don’t want to watch […]

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