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That was the cheer that went up whenever we played limbo as children. It’s also the words Chubby Checker sang in his 1962 recording of “Limbo Rock.” Apparently, some are still doing it, as the world record was set in 2010 at 8.5 inches! But, what’s that got to do with business and marketing?
I have a quest to help small and medium businesses (SMBs) get more money from the business and more time for life for the leaders. Part of that requires skilled, capable, enthusiastic employees. . . . Stand Up . . . Give Back . . . Pay It Forward by educating military personnel and our youth to be able to fulfill the many jobs in the transportation industry today and tomorrow. . . . The National Transportation Center is
Helping owners and leaders to get more money from their businesses and time for their lives takes insight and learning from others that have been there. The National Association of Corporate Directors has recognized Paul Menig of Tech-I-M Business Accelerants™ as a
Each of us has a valuable perspective that we can bring to the business. Some think, some inspire, and some do. We cannot do it alone. Even a religious leader like Jesus needed twelve others that could go out and do the work of contacting prospects, helping them think through the needs they have, and inspiring them to take action to join the group.
Computers in the office, robots in factories, and driverless vehicles are often intended to reduce manpower and have fewer people doing direct labor. However, the end goal is to feed people, move people, supply people, or otherwise make people more relaxed or happier. There is no business without people.
The board must be involved with management to create long-term growth for a company. Trust is essential between the board and management. The size of the company affects the role of the board. Listen to the interview and hear some of the red flags board members should consider.
I’m a strong believer in planning. I make plans for business trips, vacation trips, building homes, meetings, and new product launches. Weddings would not be as great if not for all the effort that goes into planning that special day. In spite of all of us knowing, deep down, that we need to plan, some things we choose to do without thinking. Unfortunately, too often that is our business.
I have tech in my blood, and it must be green. . . . I watch the Blue Bloods cop show and the blue-bloods of Downton Abbey, I bleed red blood . . . It’s all about being green to save time, save lives, and save fuel.
You have ideas in your head for what to do and, likely, have a website showcasing what you do and where you are going. You have a plan, but you may not have put it all together. A plan should be a concise document . . .