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The Power of Preparation

The power and value of effective preparation is a given in sports.   We’ve all heard the stories of the coaches who work 18-20 hour days during the season and the players who push themselves to physical limits of conditioning the average person can’t comprehend.  Together, they spend hours studying video clips and devising game plan […]

What Experiences are you delivering?

Over 100 years ago Ralph Waldo Emerson was credited with the famous quote: “Build a better mousetrap and the world will beat a path to your door.” Ralph Waldo Emerson It turns out he might not have said exactly that, but it’s generally what he meant – implying that if you have a great product […]

Create your own talent pool?

With unemployment continuing to hover near historic lows, just getting applicants is hard enough.  Finding applicants skilled for the position you are hiring, is even more difficult.  If you’re challenged with finding skilled employees know that you are not alone!  In today’s business climate, that challenge is nearly shared by all.   One solution: Code your […]

Are you focusing on your Queen Bee Role?

  There are all kinds of inspirations out there.  Just ask author, speaker and business growth expert Mike Michalowicz.  He’s been inspired by the process of growing giant pumpkins (The Pumpkin Plan), dinner plates and dieting (Profit First) and how bees are able to quickly scale their hives (his latest book – Clockwork). It’s that […]

5 Key Business Lessons from a Non-Profit Event

     This past Sunday a young non-profit, Hear 2 help held its biggest event to date. Hear 2 help is a non-profit established in 2017 to help fund the expense of hearing aids and other amplification equipment for kids who may otherwise go without.  The fundraising event was the culmination of over 9 months […]

Is it right to raise prices when you aren’t adding any more value?

It sounds like a challenging conundrum… but it turns out it’s not. I recently had a client who was struggling with raising prices on some ancillary services – from an ownership and bottom-line perspective, it was clear that it made sense to raise prices (it’s been 10 years since the last time they were raised) […]