Category Archives: Small_Business

So Why Am I Micro-Managing My People?

I often see small business owners who get confused about being “engaged” in their business with being a “micromanager.” “I’m NOT a micromanager, and that’s a big reason I wanted out of the corporate world and into my own business” … Continue reading

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Patience: The (not so) Silent Killer (of productivity)

No – that’s not true. Or is it? I often see small business owners who are paralyzed in their business – frozen in a cycle of unproductive habits. Some call themselves “patient” while others will throw out “watching the market” … Continue reading

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The Big E’s: Effort, Energy, and Enthusiasm

While the systems that run your small business are critical to your success and the staffing and personnel are essential to any sustained success, there will still be new and unique challenges that will try slow your productivity, or even … Continue reading

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My Hammer Doesn’t Make Me a Carperter

This week I found myself needing to use a different car for a while. Like anything “new” to me, I usually have to fumble and bumble my way around the details – radio buttons, cruise control, mirrors, etc… It takes … Continue reading

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