This article is all about Visionary Leaders! We dive into who these Visionaries are, why they are, and what specific actions they can take to overcome their unique challenges and become brilliant.
As a business consultant and coach, some of the most powerful and transformational moments I’ve experienced have been the simple act of telling a business leader or executive team something that they already know. Reflecting on this made me ask why we so often know the right thing, but fail to do it.
If you haven’t updated your marketing strategy since the COVID-19 induced shutdown began back in March, your time is running out. Unfortunately, that’s what is happening for many businesses. But how should you market with so much is still up in the air?
Should you be pivoting your business right now? How do you know when to pivot, and how do you know what to pivot to? Should you jump to a new industry to make ends meet or even make the switch altogether? The COVID-19 pandemic has got business owners and leadership teams scrambling to answer these questions.
If you want to get started with online lead generation (or take it to the next level) now is the time and, this article will show you how to do just that. There’s no need for marketing fluff and jazz hands, just a simple system that works.
As humans, we grow up, reach our prime, and then walk the road of wisdom as a simple function of time. In other words, we grow old. However, businesses don’t face the same sort of mandatory aging. Instead, your business can, in theory, stay in top form for as long as you’d like. Here’s how you and your business can defy the laws of gravity for as long as you (and even your successors) would like!
Unfortunately for every business, there will come a day when it is no more. This is the unfortunate reality of the final stage of the Predictable Success lifecycle, Death Rattle. There is a greater question here: why is it so hard to stay successful?
What is it like to be in Big Rut? Well, the business looks great on the outside. It looks even better from where management sits in their beautiful corporate offices. However, the employees will tell you the truth in their words, their actions, or both that the organization died on the inside long ago.
Big Rut is the second to last stage in the Predictable Success lifecycle. While the Big Rut doesn’t sound like something any of us want to put our business in, there are many once-great businesses, organizations, and institutions that have done precisely that.