Let’s settle a long-time debate … What’s more important when building and scaling a business … idea or execution?! Team Idea would be shouting from the rooftop … without an idea we have nothing to execute upon.
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
Straddling the fence in business is really awkward. There we said it! It’s uncomfortable because people around us see it clearly, yet … we often mislabel it. Fence sitting looks like … … Failing to make measurable progress in reasonable time … getting trapped in the paralysis analysis cycle … … Focusing on the wrong things … hiding from
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
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.
Building and scaling a business requires a lot of heart, an even larger amount of grit, and an unwavering tribe of people supporting us. As mission-driven leaders, visionaries, and action-takers it’s natural to get caught up making things happen and miss the joy of the journey. So this is a reminder for us as much as it