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7 Effective Ways to Boost Employee Motivation and Productivity

This is a guest post from Peter Rossi (see bio at end of post) – thanks Peter. Motivation and productivity go hand in hand but are difficult to achieve. We’ve seen different tactics, too. The productivity show. Employee engagement books. Achievement motivation, a motivation assessment scale, and even 100 days of productivity. But the center […]

Is your business afflicted with Time Poverty?

What’s worse, not having enough money or not having enough time? My friend John Stevenson recently shared a great post he’d written on Time Poverty. *As a side note, if you’re not subscribed to his weekly Sunday Snippets, you should be. He writes some of the most impactful articles I’ve seen – you can learn […]

Employee Education Supporting Small Business Growth

This is a guest post from Jori Hamilton (see bio at the end of the post). Thanks for the interesting ideas Jori…! Starting a small business is an ambitious endeavor. You likely have goals in mind, and you may have set out plans for your company’s ongoing growth as a key part of your business […]

Lane Maintenance… Are you being proactive?

A little maintenance can go a long way.  A few weeks ago it was clear some type of road work was going to be starting on a main street that leads to our neighborhood, as traffic cones and signs were being placed along this mile long section of 4 lane asphalt and concrete.  For those […]

What do you Ask When You Need Motivation?

Motivation is a tricky thing – why do we do what we do? Logically we might be able to identify what needs to be done, but that doesn’t always translate into what we WANT to do. If you are a business owner, it’s likely that a lot of your motivation comes from building your business, […]

Are you comfortable with what you don’t know? Think again…!

As you might guess from the title, the gist of the book is that we collectively would benefit from not only keeping an open mind, but actively finding ways to challenge ideas and beliefs as a way to be ‘more’ right.