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Are you playing to win? This is the first article in the series Playing the Game Called Profit Land. Growing a successful business is serious business. Being serious doesn’t mean being cutthroat and cold, however. It’s more that your business’s...
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Do you have a strategic growth plan? This is the sixth article in the series Release Your Fear of Finance. Do you ever wish there was a Pause button for your business? I hear that over and over again from...
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Do you know how to read your financial reports? This is the fifth article in the series Release Your Fear of Finance. One of the latest trends to hit the workplace is reflection. There are countless variations on the technique,...
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This is the fourth article in the series Release Your Fear of Finance. Recently, I’ve heard people joke that planning for the future feels rather pointless considering how chaotic and unpredictable life can be. No one had global pandemic on...
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This is the third article in the series Release Your Fear of Finance. Much has been said about the Great Resignation—why people are leaving their jobs and what they plan to do next. But it’s equally important to pay attention...
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This is the second article in the series Release Your Fear of Finance. Every profession has required tools for getting the job done. A craftsman has power tools. A chef has knives and cookware. An artist has brushes. A surgeon...
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This is the first article in the series Release Your Fear of Finance. Do one thing every day that scares you.  If you’re familiar with this advice, you may think of Eleanor Roosevelt. It’s been widely attributed to her over...
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This is the sixth article in the series A CEO’s Guide to Long-Term Employees. One of the most common fuels of the Great Resignation is something dubbed work-life balance. Employees want work to be part of a satisfying life—not the...
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This is the fifth article in the series A CEO’s Guide to Long-Term Employees. You’ve probably heard Malcolm Gladwell’s estimate that it takes 10,000 hours of practice to achieve mastery over a subject or skill. Since he proposed this theory,...
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This is the fourth article in the series A CEO’s Guide to Long-Term Employees. Major shifts in the working sector have gotten plenty of press in recent months. You’ve probably heard about the Great Resignation and most likely experienced some...
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