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Want to be more productive? Be a Goldfish…

If you haven’t seen the show ‘Ted Lasso’ yet, you need to. It’s a heartwarming, funny show about an American football coach who takes a job in the United Kingdom as a soccer coach in the Premier League. The coach, Ted Lasso, doesn’t know anything about soccer, but he knows how to build a great […]

Are You Leveraging the Dog Days of Summer?

It’s that time of year, the heat begins to wear on you.   Even if your business thrives during late July and into August, you know the dog days have arrived.  The Greeks and Romans first coined this term as Sirius (The Dog Star) appeared to rise alongside the sun in late July in the Northern […]

The Impact of Technology on Finance for Small Businesses

This is a guest post from Jori Hamilton (see bio at the end). Thanks Jori…! Tech is advancing all the time, and with it, small businesses are gaining all-new abilities when it comes to managing their finances. New software and systems allow for greater automation and quality assurance, but what exactly will this mean for […]

7 Amazing Tips to Show your Remote Workers Appreciation

This is a guest post from Elizabeth Hines (see her bio at the end). Thanks Elizabeth…! The aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic has left many more workers than ever working from home. The advantages to remote working are varied, from saving precious time in commuting to being able to organize your schedule more flexibly, but […]

9 Quotes that will help you think differently…

Sparks of insight can come from experiences (but only if you take the time to think about them). They can also come from learning or listening – again only if you’re thoughtful about what you’ve learned. In fact, insights can come from something as simple as a powerful quote… with some pondering on your part […]

Is Delegating Your Next Step Forward?

This past week, a group of business leaders were discussing challenges with disconnecting themselves from various responsibilities of their business.  As the conversation progressed it became clear that most of the issues on the table were not about the content of the challenge, but the actual execution of the task itself. They were giving examples […]