Escaping Groundhog Day Management – Part VII (Discipline)

We’ve discussed the first two sub-categories of discipline: 1) The ability to execute and 2) to hold yourself accountable. Now let’s finish up with this last characteristic – the ability to get out of our own way!

Escaping Groundhog Day Management – Part VI (Discipline)

When we realize how little we can accomplish on our own and recognize the tremendous contributions others have made to our success, it’s easier to move beyond a “me” focus.

Escaping Groundhog Day Management – Part IV (Focus)

Owners that constantly change direction and don’t follow through on any of the plans get the company in trouble.

How can I “step away” from my business?

This SFS graduate from Florida needs to get away from the day to day grind of his business. Is selling the company the only answer?

Are your managers trapped in the middle? – Part 1

In this two part series we’ll review how some entrepreneurs trip up their organizations by mishandling management relationships within their companies. Then we’ll discuss how to avoid these stumbling blocks.

WHO is your worst enemy? And WHAT to do about it!

As business owners we tend to “cherry pick” and only do the stuff we enjoy and avoid what we dread. Yet it has been well said, “Success comes to those who will do what others won’t do.”

Consider part time instead of full time workers

Ready to hire your first employee? Or maybe due to expansion you are eying the possibility of hiring more. Steve highlights the benefits of using part-time help.