Business Fitness

Read: The Role of Risk in Gaining Wisdom

The Role of Risk in Gaining Wisdom

To take a calculated risk, you must evaluate the satisfaction with the status quo vs. the potential for more significant outcomes.

Read: The Importance of Wisdom and How It Can Harvest Better Decisions

The Importance of Wisdom and How It Can Harvest Better Decisions

Wisdom needs to be nourished to harvest better decisions. Every growing season in your life depends on learning what you can do to deliver a bumper crop of success the following year.

Read: Don’t Be Afraid to Fire Your Customers (Part 2)

Don’t Be Afraid to Fire Your Customers (Part 2)

Are you aware of the impact customers can have on your business? Unprofitable customers, no matter how long you have done business with them, wear down your teams.

Read: Don’t Be Afraid to Fire Your Customers (Part 1)

Don’t Be Afraid to Fire Your Customers (Part 1)

Could you invest your time with better clients that truly value a hard-working, trusted resource who has their back when no one is watching? Paul Boucherle explains why this tough decision sometimes needs to be made.

Read: 6 Steps to Realize Your Business Vision (Business Visioneering: Part 2)

6 Steps to Realize Your Business Vision (Business Visioneering: Part 2)

Business guru Paul Boucherle provides a simple exercise that can help you “visualize” your business vision.

Read: How to Develop Your Company’s Vision: Business Visioneering (Part 1)

How to Develop Your Company’s Vision: Business Visioneering (Part 1)

The quality and practical implementation of your business vision differentiates you from your competitors.

Read: Leading From the Boardroom to Boiler Room (Part 2)

Leading From the Boardroom to Boiler Room (Part 2)

Many associates do not have a basic education and understanding of how a business operates. Share insights on the basics of your business and the metrics that impact success.

Read: Leading From the Boardroom to Boiler Room (Part 1)

Leading From the Boardroom to Boiler Room (Part 1)

Do you aspire to more affectively lead at your company? Get a load of this C.R.A.P. — clarity in thinking, planning, resources and preparation of training.

Read: Surviving the Analog-to-Digital Transition (Part 2): Identifying Metrics, Workflow Process & Leadership

Surviving the Analog-to-Digital Transition (Part 2): Identifying Metrics, Workflow Process & Leadership

While analog systems and processes are comfortable to long-term employees who seriously dislike change, those same systems will repel new, younger talent who are more tech savvy.

Read: How to Survive the Analog-to-Digital Transition (Part 1): Letting Go & Gathering Feedback

How to Survive the Analog-to-Digital Transition (Part 1): Letting Go & Gathering Feedback

Forcing digital solutions into analog processes is like pounding a round peg into a square hole. Lots of effort, sweat, blood and money often with disappointing results.

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