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Category Archives: Management

You Can’t DIY Everything

June 24, 2009 0 Comments

Remember when your father used to say “If you want something done right, do it yourself?” It was those times that his mowing the lawn for you because you did it wrong was a good deal. However, we all grow up and learn that there was wisdom there, and when it’s time to get a […]

Are You Making As Much As You Think?

February 6, 2009 0 Comments

As the owner and manager of your business you earn income from two sources: the salary you make as an employee of your business and the profit you make as the owner.  Conflating the two leads to inaccurate conclusions about the success of your business. Payroll Is Not Reality The smart business owner manipulates his […]

Innovating And The Smaller Company

October 7, 2008 0 Comments

In my previous post on Unbundling Business I said that product innovation was probably best left to “two guys in a garage.”  It was a bit of a throw-away line, and I’ve received some off-line feedback to explain myself. A concept that applies to any investment, whether in your business, in the stock market, or […]

Pick Two – Intro and Delegation

June 11, 2008 0 Comments

If brevity is the soul of wit, I can think of no better example than Pick Two.  This little tool is as powerful as it is underused, so I’m doing my part correct that oversight. Who Knew Software Geeks Were So Smart Way back in the mists of time, maybe 30 years ago or so, […]

Tuesday Links for 6/10/08

June 10, 2008 0 Comments

Joe Pulizzi of Junta42 and Newt Barrett of Content Marketing Today have teamed up to write “Get Content.  Get Customers.”, a guide for content marketing. They’ve put up a companion blog for the book and will give you a free sample.  Check it out. Next, Conversation Starter has advice on How to Reward (and Retain) […]