The Tornado Method

Over the last 4 weeks I’ve introduced you to what became known as the Business Accelerator Framework, or BAF for short. This last week has seen some major evolution in the concept. Before I show you how things have evolved, I would like to step back for just a second and look at why I’ve... Continue Reading →

Pick one – the key to getting stuff done

Over the last couple of weeks I introduced you to the 5-stage framework for assessing your business and planning what to do next. That pesky name thing… As you know one of the things that I’m contemplating is a name for the framework (thanks to those of you who suggested names)! At the moment, my... Continue Reading →

Where do I focus next?

In my newsletter of September 8 I first introduced the concept of the 5-stage framework for assessing how well your business is doing. This week, we’re going to take this one step further to see how we can use the framework to not only assess performance, but also how to use the model to plan.... Continue Reading →

The 5 Conflict Management and Negotiation Strategies

Progress is impossible without conflict - and resolution - of some sort. Yet, we’re never taught how to manage conflict - either in our personal or our professional lives. So we often get stuck in conflict situations without progress, wasting time, effort and emotional energy. The same situations occur in leadership teams, sometimes exacerbated by... Continue Reading →

Building a business is an emotional thing

The most common reason startups fail is because the founders build something people don't want. The second most common reason - less well known - is because of disagreement between the founders. When you start out building a company with one or more partners, everything is exciting. There's the buzz of the startup, the excitement... Continue Reading →

How do I avoid giving away the farm? I had a question from one of my subscribers this week. It goes something like this: I have contractors delivering part of the services I provide to my clients. I would like to offer some of these contractors an affiliate program, where they will work under my... Continue Reading →

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