Excerpted from the book on conscious entrepreneurship and business management, Business Black Belt Asking the right questions is the key to getting the most useful information and validating assumptions. First, let’s identify a simple problem most of us are afflicted with: the need to be polite. When I was a little boy, my grandmother told…
Especially today with the craziness of information (opinion?) overload, it’s crucial to qualify what we read, hear (and sometimes even see) to make the best decisions as well as maintain our own credibility.
Here is a recently completed research study by George Bowden to find out what it actually costs to run a business in different cities across the world, ranked the results from best to worst in a beautiful table that shows you exactly what it will cost to run a successful business in 70 of the world’s top cities.
How to plan for your business in the face of uncertainty, competitors, and everything else. Planning vs. the plan.
Why plan? Do we even need to explain this? Here’s a blog post by my long-time friend Jim Castiglia I thought worth sharing with you… The key is to regularly assess the changes that have occurred and incorporate them into your business planning.