Category: Your Business

The No Red Rule

Did you ever notice when you travel to a new place, there are local traffic rules that everyone but you seems to know? These rules are not written down, but you tend to learn them as you drive. You can clearly see the stop…

Rocks in the Canoe

(Image Courtesy of Imagekind) We either build or inherit organizations. Either we started it from scratch, or we came into the organization once formed. The organization is intended to move forward, presumably in an efficient, smooth, and relatively safe way: Like a Canoe. (Work…

Change, Loss, and Resistance

“They have a new building, a new workplace, but there is resistance, and I do not understand why they are¬†not embracing the change.” In other words, “hey we invested in a new building, a new space, and they should be happy!” There was more…

Wired for Solutions

We have already talked about being¬†wired for problems. We all have different styles, and some behavioral styles have this uncanny ability to scan the environment for problems. At first this sounds negative. Always pointing out what is wrong. But there is a flip side…

Balancing Processes, You, and the Customer

Creating and running a business is not easy work. You have competing demands of your time, attention, and energy. Success increases that competition. Success increases the demands. You start to grow. You start to expand. Things start to break. The old ways are not…

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