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‘Dem Bones’

Having good "bones" in your business will not only support what you are doing today but will enable your business to grow in the future. This post reviews the importance of having good bones or organizational structure. The post also details important questions to ask yourself or your leadership team about your current organizational structure and if you have the right structure in place to support future growth.

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Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.

Businesses need to pay attention that they are not over promising and under delivering to their clients and their team. As a business starts down the path towards growth and development, "Doing What You Can, With What You Have, Where You Are" is fantastic advice to keep you from over extending yourself and your business.

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Feeling Alone?

Do you feel isolated or alone as a business leader or entrepreneur? It is not uncommon to have periods where you feel like no one understands or no one "gets" the pressures you are going through. The good news is that you are not alone and that there are strategies that can help you bridge the gap from feeling alone to feeling connected.

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Have You Fallen?

Some falls are very public and large in nature and some falls are deeply personal and less obvious. The blog outlines the steps that successful people take to comeback from a fall by examining one of the largest political and military falls of the early 20th century. Click here to learn how you can use these same steps to come back from any fall you might experience.

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Have You Flatlined?

Have you ever felt like you were flatling or stuck? Maybe it is just a feeling you have and maybe the numbers from your business metrics are telling you that you are flatlined. This post examines how to tell if you are flatlined and how to move forward towards growth and opportunity.

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A Person of Value

Do you want to be a person of value? Then be a connector. Connecting people and networks together for mutual benefit is the best way to become a person of value. The connector does not think about what is in it for them but rather thinks about how someone from their network can provide the answer or solution to a challenge that someone else in their network is facing. It is through being a connector that the network improves and the how the connector gets a reputation for adding value and becoming the "go-to" person for solutions.

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