Communicating better with younger workers.
Entrepreneurs are famous for not wanting to “let go” of the companies they birthed.
When the chief executive officer of a Fortune 500 company gives a speech on business, it tends to fill an auditorium.
If you’ve ever found yourself saying that you’d sell your company if someone offered you 20 bucks, then you’re probably experiencing a condition I refer to as the Entrepreneurial Paradox.
If you’re the owner of a business, here’s something your accountant wants to tell you but may be afraid to because he doesn’t want to risk losing his job: Stop using your business checking account as a personal piggy bank!
When we first launch our business, or when our business is young, it’s easy to stay hungry. After all, we’re starving!
A tough economy and even tougher customers brings up a good question: How do we small business people manage to cope?
At least once per year.
Multiple times each year.
It varies depending on resources (time/money).