WHF Perils and Predicaments – Part 3

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Turning distractions and disruption into value! The distractions and disruptions that happen working from home, can be turned on their head into something valuable. The annoyance or burden of laundry or dishes can be turned into a “brain break” or … Continue reading

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WFH Perils and Predicaments – Part 2

In our first blog, Gina talked about jointly working from home and how we have managed to be effective. I am going to address how we live (and work) in close quarters and the structures we use to support our … Continue reading

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Co-viral Living: Sharing Your At-Home Workspace

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Are there now two of you working from home in some amount of shared space? Have you started working through the issues that have popped up? Is this a cool new future emerging for you two, or a case for … Continue reading

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To Accelerate Slow Down First

This is an excellent post by Daniel Burrus taken from his book The Anticipatory Organization. It underlines that there is no replacement for planning and that in order to operate highly effectively, we need to “slow down”. If you look … Continue reading

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The 3 hidden places your customers are before they buy – Part 2

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So there you are wandering the aisles of Best Buy trying to wrap your head around the latest technology and what it all means. (Remember: you are there because you may be interested in a new TV and you are … Continue reading

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The 3 hidden places your customers are before they buy – Part 1

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Let’s say you wake up on Saturday morning with a singular thought: “I need a new TV and I need it in time for _____.” Let’s also say that it’s been some time since you shopped for a TV and … Continue reading

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Selling your USP

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For the most part, entrepreneurs design their business offerings in a thoughtful manner to fill an identified gap in the marketplace. (I only say for the most part because franchise owners have often identified only a capacity gap.) And yet … Continue reading

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Why are you selling yourself when you want them to buy your product or services?

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Dear Entrepreneur: Do you feel like you are constantly selling yourself in your sales efforts, along with the accompanying experience of rejection (sometimes personal) and deflation? I understand. I really do. And why you feel that way is because essentially … Continue reading

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Inspecting Results

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Inspecting Results – How to take apart the watch From time to time things occur in our business that are unexpected. Either because we thought we had done what we needed to do to produce a different result or because … Continue reading

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Top 10 Small Business Trends for 2017 – Small Business Labs

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We particularly love number 7 – “Business Coaches Go Mainstream”. If you have decided it’s time for you to join us in the mainstream, we would be delighted to talk with you. Source: Top 10 Small Business Trends for 2017 – … Continue reading

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