Monthly Archives: June 2009

The 15 Big Basics of Business

Several years ago, Robert Fulghum’s little book All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten swept America by storm with its simple reminder that the world would be a better place if adults would only remember to practice … Continue reading

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The Healthcare Reform Bill and Your Business

Last week House Democrats released an 852-page draft of a bill intended to reform healthcare in the United States. The suggested legislation has far-reaching implications for businesses, and so far no definition has been offered for “small business.” That definition is … Continue reading

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Leadership With a Large “L”

A couple of weeks ago I met with a businessman here in town to talk about a new “leadership” group that is forming, so naturally we got into a discussion about what leadership really is. The word “leadership” is used … Continue reading

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Mirror, mirror on the wall . . .

. . . who’s the readiest of them all? Often at this mid-way point on the calendar, business advisors encourage their clients to pull out the budget and the business plan to assess the first half of the year and … Continue reading

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