Monthly Archives: May 2012

How to Keep Employees Happy

One of the best ways to support people is to use the best and brightest part of each person, let them know their contribution is truly valued, and involve them in making decisions that impact them and your business.

Posted in Leadership and Management

The Insider’s Guide to Creating a Business that Runs Without You- Part Two

Business works at the speed of a nanosecond. Customers have millions of choices at their fingertips. Young workers are demanding flexibility. Labor unions are big business. The only way to run a business and survive is to open the books and each employees what it is to be in business.

Posted in Leadership and Management

The Insider’s Guide to Creating a Business that Runs Without You- Part One

The best way to create a business that runs without you is to create a transparent, open-book company— a company poised for success because employees are contributing partners in the business and are rewarded by compensation attached to the profitability

Posted in Leadership and Management

Building a Transparent Open-Book Company:
 3 Things Every Entrepreneur Needs To Know

Transparency in business means changing the way we think about aspects of our business such as determining who gets raises, how employees are evaluated, the channels of communication within the company, when meeting are held and how they are run, the role and responsibilities of employees, and who has access to the company financials. Making changes in these three areas means entrepreneurs and executives alike will begin to experience a shift in the way they do business. The result—a positive impact on the bottom line and the beginning of a process that will lead them away from being a slave to their business.

Posted in Leadership and Management

5 Ways to Stop Being A Slave to Your Business

Building a transparent company is the key to building a business that gives you freedom to be a leader. To stop being a slave to your business means moving towards trust and change and away from the status quo. It takes time to shift to a leadership role, but the results area well worth the effort. You’ll see positive changes that you never believed possible.

Posted in Leadership and Management

Got Questions?

Please join me on Thursday, May 17th- tomorrow at 9AM PDT as I
host a Q&A telecall about the six month program, “Free by
Thanksgiving.” This program will start right after Memorial Day so
that we can get finished by the holidays. If you commit by the end
of tomorrow you get the super duper price and a bunch of bonuses
worth thousands of dollars.

I know that this program will change your life and your business
forever. That is why I am sure that you have questions.

If you are ready to find freedom for yourself in your business and
allow your staff to love your business as much as you do… get on
the call.

Join me at Phone Number: (206) 402-0100 Pin Code: 529338#

Posted in Events

Business Transparency: 12 Steps to Unlocking the Golden Handcuffs

The golden handcuffs are a metaphor for the physical, mental, and spiritual ties that lock entrepreneurs to their work. It’s the belief that you can’t leave your employees alone for a minute, that they can’t be trusted, that if you want something done right you need to do it yourself. The key is creating an atmosphere where everyone becomes a contributing partner in the business. To do this you must shift your attitude and develop a transparent company.

Posted in Leadership and Management