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Working ON your Business Vs. Working IN your Business

Michael E. Gerber, an author and business expert once said, “If your business depends on you, you don’t own a business – you have a job. And it’s the worst job in the world because you’re working for a lunatic!” So many business owners get burnt out fast when opening a new enterprise, be…

Passion vs. Stress. It’s a Vision Quest.

We all know someone who works long hours, is committed to their work, and finds great joy in what they do. The people we label passionate. We also know people that work late, are fully committed to what they do, but find no joy in what they do. These people we label stressed. It is […]

Keeping a Lid on Workplace Drama

All the world’s a stage, but your office is a place of business. “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players: they have their exits and their entrances…” (William Shakespeare) At work however, sometimes the DRAMA can stop your production in its tracks. Over t…

Time to Take the Pulse of Your Organization

You can feel the stress building in the office. When your team convenes on Zoom calls, you can sense their anxiety. The smallest of discussions become huge drama-filled ordeals. Some unknown stress is spreading like a virus. It’s creeping into the psyche of your entire organization. Instead of ign…

Get out of Worry Mode. Start Thriving.

Brad Sugars CEO & Founder of ActionCOACH discusses in his vlog today how business owners can get from WORRY Mode to THRIVE Mode. He reviews 5 steps to take to eliminate or decrease the worry and 5 steps to take to move to a thrive mode. This quick video highlights simple actions any business own…

It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, World!

The Cheshire Cat says in Alice in Wonderland, “We are Mad Here”. Sometimes over the last few months we have all felt a bit mad, odd, weird and unsettled as our sense of normalcy vaporized. We can equate ‘being mad’ to being upset, feeling negative and even a bit zany in the f…

A Setback is a Setup for a Comeback

The frustration of the COVID Pandemic is now evolving. Some states have seen a steady trajectory toward reopening. Some businesses are seeing a bit of normalization in their operations happening. But most of the country is experiencing a bit of roller coaster ride as infection numbers ebb and rise a…

MOVING THE CHEESE

“I guess we resist changing, because we are afraid of change.”― Spencer Johnson, Who Moved My Cheese? Over the past few decades traditional office settings have changed. Offices gave way to cubicles and cubicles further evolved to more non-traditional flex spaces where desks and work areas a…

Be Prepared

Crafting an Emergency Plan

Emergency situations are unpredictable and quickly evolving. That’s why it’s important for every business to be prepared for managing the situation before the police can arrive. The following are the steps you should follow to create a basic plan: Step One: Establish a method for reporting the i…