Category: decision-making

Work Smarter, Not Harder with the 80/20 Rule

How can you work smarter? Are your days so busy that you rarely get to the most important items on your to-do list?  Work smarter. According to small business peer board members, success came easier once they learned to concentrate on tasks that matter, instead of spending time on trivial activities. They learned to harness…



Great Minds Don’t Think Alike

Ways to Get Employee Involvement So, with that in mind, how do you encourage freethinking in the workplace? Great minds don’t always think alike. Here are some techniques that some members of my peer advisory groups use: • Encourage your employees to offer suggestions—after all, who knows the ins and outs of your business better?…



What If… You could Avoid a Bad Decision?

What If… You could Avoid a Bad Decision? Who do you discuss your business thoughts and decisions? A PRO, Peer Advisory Member was asking his board about a potential business investment decision. The board did not feel this was a good investment, and also gave the person thoughts to improve the probability of success, if…



What If… You had someone to push You?

What If… You had someone to push You? You are in business by Yourself, and only report to Yourself. You need someone to push you. Being a facilitator of Peer Advisory Boards part of my responsibility is to create accountability to move You forward to where You want to be. Peer Advisory Board members want…



What If… You want to see Your family more?

What If… You want to see Your family more? A two hour a month time investment will give you the tools to have more time to see your family. A Peer Advisory Board, saves You time and makes You money by creating knowledge, insight, problem solving, camaraderie, support, accountability, prioritization, and Not Being Along. It…



What If… You wanted to change Your holiday bonus?

What If… You wanted to change Your holiday bonus? Holiday bonus can be a difficult time. What do you do? What is fair? What are other companies doing? This is especially difficult if you give a discretionary bonus. Compensation is a satisfier. It is not a motivator. If your holiday bonus does not satisfy— You…



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