When you own a successful business, you are often preoccupied with every aspect of the business. That’s how you found success, right? But at some point it’s important to delegate some of your authority even if it feels difficult to do so.
Avoiding difficult conversations can damage relationships and have other negative outcomes. The best way to build your effectiveness and confidence is to thoughtfully prepare for the conversation by setting your intention for how you will show up.
Sometimes business owners of successful businesses find themselves chasing trends or copying what other businesses are doing without good results. This trying to follow and capture the flavour of the month can result in worry and frustration.
It turns out that collaboration with other business owners is good for your business in lots of ways that may be hard to quantify. This may come as a surprise; but it’s true. Here are some of the ways that collaboration benefits you and your busine
Building a successful business takes times and energy. You may be working countless hours at your business, and even thinking about it when you’re not at the office. But working all the time can lead to burnout.
Accountability in small businesses is critical if you want your employees to act more like owners. Let's talk about what an accountability problem looks like and the four simple steps to get back on track.
A strategic plan will get you focussed on the right things that will positively impact your bottomline. It will build resilience into your business and help you anticipate and deal with shocks that will inevitably come your way.