There are endless operational tools designed to improve productivity and efficiency
When watching the Olympics, we love seeing high-achievers … elite performers … and individuals who are at the top of their game … doing what they do best. And many of us admire them for their work ethic and skill. Maybe their physiques too ;) In large part, these athletes have achieved greatness due to their
Ever feel like you’re in a rhythm with your business … you’ve got all your ducks in a row … and then out of nowhere, your ducks start keeling over?! Even when we’re clear on our vision … have a strong brand, great culture, and solid operational disciplines … Building and scaling a business
One of my highest values is individual freedom. The freedom to do what I want … when I want … where I want … and with whom I want. And if you’re like most entrepreneurs, business owners, and mission-driven leaders, freedom is high up there on your priority list too. Yet, sadly MANY entrepreneurs
Building and scaling a business can feel like a roller-coaster ride. And as leaders everyone is looking to us to be their North Star. We have to hold the mission front-and-center with extreme clarity despite external circumstances. And as things pick up … positive momentum builds and the pressure to perform grows even bigger.
The only business that doesn’t have issues is the one that’s quickly dying or already dead. Issues are a sign that your business is struggling to grow. And how we respond to issues is the difference maker for scaling a thriving business or watching your passion fizzle.
Just because you CAN do something … doesn’t mean you SHOULD … Most business owners, entrepreneurs, and real estate syndicators are massively talented …we’re CAPABLE of making things happen on many different levels. HOWEVER, when it comes to SCALING a business … At some point we’re going to come face-to-face with the reality that just because we're capable
We hear it often … it's a marathon; not a sprint. And that's only partly true. Building a business is a marathon, but it's run in sprints. Chunking out what needs to get done brings focus and energy to the priorities that will move the needle the most.