Is the government running your business?

You’d be hard pressed to find someone who thinks that government organized projects are efficient. You’d be even harder pressed to find someone who would call most governments a well run organization. Why then, do so many companies let themselves be run by the government? They do so by building policy based on what’s bare […]

Is this long term?

When starting or growing a business it’s common to come up against what feels like a wall. You could be strapped for cash… You could be struggling to find the right talent for growth… You could be dealing with branding or perception issues… No matter the wall, it’s important not to change your decision filters. […]

Your environment suits you

The people and things that surround you will shape who you are on a day to day basis. If you want to change something about yourself, one of you first steps should be to change your environment. Want to lose weight? Don’t keep ice cream in your freezer. Want to run when you wake up? […]

Weighing opportunity cost

Many entrepreneurs struggle with the concept of opportunity cost. Most new business owners will try to do as many things themselves as they can, just to save some cash. But what they don’t spend on other people, they waste on themselves. What could you accomplish with an extra 2 hours per day? Could you double […]