As a business owner, it’s important to be able to take the good with the bad, to acknowledge and expect that both types of events will happen. Here are some useful strategies to keep yourself on an even keel during extreme times.
Failure doesn’t have to mean the end of the line. This Tip will help you reframe your beliefs about failure so that instead of fearing it, you learn to embrace it and move forward.
Bored? Disenfranchised? Is it time to make some changes in your business? This Tip provides great questions to ask yourself to get the process started.
Download your Goal-Setting Kit for 2016, where you’ll find ideas and structure for evaluating 2015 and putting a plan in place for an intentional New Year!
Does your size as a small business have you backing away from opportunities? This Tip reminds you why the size of your small business is beneficial to your clients!
How you think matters. It impacts your leadership, your decision-making, and the success of your business. This Tip by John Maxwell details the many types of thinking available to you.
How you handle mistakes can make you a better leader. Who knew? Read Courtney Lynch’s take on this concept in this Tip.
How is a business like a bookcase? Looking at so many possibilities can be exciting and also overwhelming. How does one keep it organized, how do you know where to begin, and where can you focus your time and energy to get the most benefit out of so much opportunity? Read below for a process for gaining clarity, getting focused, and making better decisions!