Success Secrets

Thank you for checking out our Business Success Secrets. I hope to share my 30+ years of experience in managing business.  I have fallen through many a rabbit hole throughout my years in ever increasing roles at a multinational business and as managing partner of a small 23 employee, $3m business.  Those experiences have been invaluable to me and my hope is to share them with you.  If I can help you avoid one or two of my mistakes, or climb out of one of those rabbit holes you may have fallen into, then I will have accomplished my goal.  Read More About Business Success Secrets

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Do You Truly Understand Your Market?

An honest analysis of your market is a major success factor. We are now ½ way through…

Defining the Solution You Have to My Problem

Have you defined a complete solution to a market problem? Hopefully you have been following along with…

What Problem Are You Solving?

What Problem Are You Solving? Knowing why people will spend their money with you. While the stages…

5 Stages of Business Development

What Stage of Business Development Are You In? So, you are an entrepreneur.  You are developing your…

Valuing Your Business

To Create Value In Your Business You Must Know This Do you know what your business is…

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Newsletter – August 2019

Arrogance Kills!   Click Here to View Newsletter

Video – Why Having a Great Product Isn’t Enough

Why Having a Great Product Isn’t Enough

A Gem from Tom Zender – Bland results? Look at Your Recipe for Business Success

Cookies. Baked perfectly almost every time. Mothers and others treasured the recipes for perfect cookies over many decades.

A Gem From Jeffery Gitomer – The Secret Code to Mastering Mindset

MINDSET is preceded by MINDFUL. Mindful, or self-mindfulness, is the first, and most important step to your mindset.

A Gem From Noah Flemming – What is Your Most Valuable Resource?

I got a lot of flack (and praise) from last week’s Tidbit, where I said that your people are not your most valuable resource.