Getting Your Workplace Stress In Check

Getting Your Workplace Stress In Check

Whether you love what you do or view your work as a necessary evil, you face work-related stress. How you manage and respond to that stress determines how it affects your work, health, and life. Unfortunately, only 37 percent of Americans report they’re doing a...
The “Opportunity of Power” in the position of authority

The “Opportunity of Power” in the position of authority

The “Opportunity of Power” in the position of authority is of course only as good as people handle the opportunity itself. I spend a lot of time warning leadership positions. The “Opportunity of Power” in the position of authority is of course...
Rescued from catastrophic financial failure, now what?

Rescued from catastrophic financial failure, now what?

PAY IT FORWARD. All companies need a break when they’re in trouble or they won’t recover. Creditors and numerous professionals must try and “work” with people at a reduced rate so that at a later time monies can be restored. Sometimes, unfortunately,...
The Olympians’ Guide to Running a Small Business

The Olympians’ Guide to Running a Small Business

Mind, body, spirit. It’s nothing new, but it’s easily overlooked. The 2014 Winter Olympics are over but I still relive those breathtaking winning moments.   All those young athletes had trained most of their lives in order to perform their best and win the...
Is it Wise to Work with Family?

Is it Wise to Work with Family?

I’ve said this many times before. No one knows what it’s like to run a business unless he’s done it himself. For people who have lost their business, it’s something they have to live with for the rest of their lives. I have never heard anyone say “I...