Staying the Course: Baby Steps

Many years ago there was a movie, What About Bob? In the film Bill Murray played a character who was getting professional help and was taught to take “Baby Steps” to reach his goal. I was reminded of the film when I was talking with a friend recently who started a home based business last […]

Staying the Course: Don’t Let What You Don’t Know Get in Your Way

More often than not when I develop a plan to reach a goal there are steps in that plan that I have no idea how to do. What I’ve learned over time is to not let that get in the way of developing the plan, but more importantly, not to let it get in the […]

Leverage Fortune 500 Business Practices: Short Interval Management

One of the methods management consultants use to help Fortune 500 Manufacturing Companies improve their productivity is short interval management. This simple tool can be used for teams or individuals and is extremely effective for the entrepreneur with a start-up. As any start-up owner knows time is your most valuable resource. There are a plethora […]

Setting Yourself Up for Success: Overcoming Inertia and Procrastination

Sometimes when I need to buckle down and ‘just get it done’ I find myself doing everything except the one thing that would help my business most. My first book, $1,000 Start-Ups has just been released and I need to execute the excruciatingly detailed marketing plan I developed to go with the book. I think about […]