Monthly Archives: August 2014

What if it’s not all about the money?

In my experience, there are two types of owner-managers: the business-builders, and those who want to change the world. The typical business-builder is like Warren Buffet – money is the way they keep score, and they get their enjoyment in their business simply from ‘doing the numbers’, beating the competition, becoming an important player in…

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Keeping it simple might be stupid!

There’s a careful balance to be maintained between over-complicating our businesses and trying to short-cut the necessary steps for success. Finding quicker or more effective ways to do things can be the very reason why a business thrives and out-performs its competitors; or it can be its downfall, if quicker and easier means taking shortcuts…

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