The holiday season can be a wonderful time to communicate with existing and potential investors EVEN IF you have nothing to sell. Or rather, ESPECIALLY when you have nothing to sell. And just like all year-round, the challenge we see many capital-raisers face this time of year is … What do you say when you have
Businesses come in all shapes and sizes … But no matter the size, category, or structure, all of them have one big thing in common … They’re centered around people. We don’t have to tell you that a real estate syndication company won’t get very far without people to invest in your deals …
There’s a saying that leaders cast their shadow on the organization … It refers to the Leadership Shadow Model developed by Goldman Sachs … A simple methodology based on the concept that leadership starts at the top and trickles down to every level of the organization.
You may have heard the term “quiet-quitting” a lot recently thanks to a viral TikTok video … In the trending video from @zaidleppelin, he says … "I recently learned about this term called quiet-quitting, where you're not outright quitting your job, but you're quitting the idea of going above and beyond," Khan says.
At OTS, we spend a lot of time working with successful mission-driven leaders from all sorts of different backgrounds. While their businesses and goals are all unique, the overwhelming majority of them have one thing in common: most effective leaders are planners.
If you had to make a quick choice (no calculators allowed!) between a one million dollar check today, or a single penny that doubles each day for the next 30 days … Which would you choose? An instant million dollars might sound a whole lot more satisfying than a penny in hand today, but if you
Summer is fading fast and around here that means one thing … Football! If you’re not quite as excited as we are, don’t worry … We're not here just to talk sports. But when you really think about it, there are a lot of parallels between building a successful business and building a career as a
Remember the famous comedy routine performed by Abbott and Costello called Who’s on first? Abbott is identifying the players on a baseball team for Costello; however, the players’ names typically serve as the basis for asking and replying to questions. Who is the first baseman. What is on second. I don’t know is on third. And the