Category: Business Planning
Don't do resolutions, create a revolution. Olalah Njenga joins Jim Blasingame to encourage small businesses to drop the resolution and start a revolution by doing something outrageously exciting in your business.
What strategies will you focus on in the New Year? Tom Anastasi joins Jim Blasingame to recommend several reasons why every small business owner must be a strategic thinking CEO, including some examples.
Small business owners need to be tactical managers and strategic planners. Tom Anastasi joins Jim Blasingame to explain the difference between being a small business tactical manager and a strategic thinking CEO.
Ask the magic outsourcing question. Jeff Zbar joins Jim Blasingame to encourage small business CEOs to consider doing more outsourcing of non-core-competency tasks by asking the team, "Must this be done in house?".
How good are you at being the CEO of your business? Jeff Zbar joins Jim Blasingame to talk about New Year planning, especially for small business owners to focus more on the duties of the chief executive officer.
Can you read the "writing on the wall?" Rick Maurer joins Jim Blasingame to discuss three sources for interpreting the writing on the wall that is telling you how your small business must change.
Don’t be distracted by marketplace changes – constantly adapt and grow. Rick Maurer joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why it’s okay to fall in love with what you do, but not how you do it if you’re going to thrive in today’s marketplace.
In the 1970s, a Harley executive said, “The writing was on the wall, but we thought it was a forgery.” Rick Maurer joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how Harley Davidson came to terms with the need to change and turned their business around.
What will tell you it's time to go? David Heenan joins Jim Blasingame to encourage small business CEOs to have a life outside of the business, pay attention to the signs that tell you when it's time to go, because one way or the other, you will leave.
One way or the other, you're going to leave your business. David Heenan joins Jim Blasingame to reveal examples of how to leave your business successfully, as well as some that were not so successful.
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