Monthly Archives: February 2014

How to Build Your Dream Team

People are definitely a company’s greatest asset. It’s people who come to work and perform each day to help you reach your goals. With that said, managing a team of people can be a daunting task. You are managing personalities as well as their workload, temperament as well as production. Many businesses struggle or even fail because the team is dysfunctional.…

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Clint Hurdle Leadership Strategies from Manager of Year

With spring right around the corner (think positive!), my thoughts turn to baseball. I love baseball for many reasons, and among them are the life lessons the game provides. Every player knows why baseball is called ‘a game of failure.’ Major leaguers can make 7 outs in 10 at bats and reach the Hall of Fame (gambling and PEDs aside).…

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Financial Prosperity in 2014

This article from Success Magazine has some great information to getting yourself set for prosperity in 2014.  Many of these practices are related to our financial habits.  I hope you pick up something new or see a great reminder that helps you.

8 Steps to a Prosperous 2014

It’s impossible to map out a route to your destination if you don’t know where you’re starting from.

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Why Hiring Your Competitor’s Sales People May Not Be the Best Idea

I ran across this article from a strategic partner of mine, Mark Thacker, and wanted to feature it on my blog this week. I know a number of my clients and colleagues are in the process of hiring great sales people and here is some solid advice to keep in mind.…

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The Coming Small Business Exodus

My Central Indiana partners and I delivered the following message to our clients and trusted advisors today.  I hope my blog readers will find this information useful as well.

Many M&A experts anticipate a significant increase in the number of small U.S. businesses coming to market  over the next 10 to 15 years.  …

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