Archive for 2018
Do you see what I see? Visuals, especially moving visuals, are superlative in educating, training, influencing, and evoking emotions. It’s awfully easy now to use video when the camera you need and the software processing is in your pocket and at your fingertips with your smartphone.
What type of business are you running or working in? A non-profit, hobby, retirement side business, lifestyle, service support, growth oriented or mature? The time commitment, monetary, and non-monetary rewards are different today and tomorrow.
Formals are often extravagant affairs with costly gowns and tuxedos. Socials are much more relaxed and often involve sharing food people have made themselves. Social media has some of that same sharing aspect, but for your business you should be formal in using social media to get results, not just have fun. Measure its ROI.
You deserve to get more money from the business today and whenever you decide to transition it to a key employee, a family member, private equity, or some strategically motivated company. You need to have more time for your life and for your family.
I’m amazed at what I am learning about business and transportation by observing my 14-month-old grandson. . . . I’ve learned the importance of positive motivation and correcting bad behavior. I’ve learned that we are wired from birth—it’s all about identifying everything, keeping information on everything, moving everything faster, better, cheaper from . . .
I’m taking a bit of license with the famous story from the Bible (Cain and Abel). It’s of biblical proportions for business that you need to raise money to be able to survive and grow. . . . There are at least, 8 value builders they consider, weigh, and balance in putting a dollar number on your business. To learn more, . . .
You might wonder what a sleek, German sports car can have to do with strategy for any business, let alone yours. It should not come as a surprise that a German company has a long-range strategy—it’s called Strategy 2025. It’s all about value, growth, uniqueness, return, innovation, sustainability, customers, employees, and suppliers. All of that in a single picture. . . .
Ford suffered a breakdown in one of the 7 forces this month and recently looked at revising the 7 elements of its culture. 7 is a recurring number everywhere.
Everyone is talking about big data, deep learning, IoT, and more. What’s the GAME plan for big data? I mean, how are you going to Grow And Make Earnings with all that data. How do you turn Data into Information to make an informed Decision so that you can look back and say you DID it.
Yes, no matter what the state of your business—growing like mad, falling precipitously, or mired in the mud—you need a trip to the “ER.” The doctor is in and can help you to lose weight, improve your BP, and help you to be healthier, happier, and live longer. Where is this magical business hospital located?