Do less (to build a more successful business)

Sometimes we’re doing so many things in our businesses it’s hard to figure out what’s working and what not. The problem is that we’re doing so many things that we do few things well - and we don’t have time to do anything well or put the measures in place that will tell us what’s working and what not. One way around this is the concept of the Minimum Viable Revenue Engine (MVRE) - the minimum set of activities that we do in each stage of our business’ Revenue Engine that generates revenue. Here’s how it works, and how you can use to do less (and build a more successful business).

Don’t wait for permission

A friend of ours recently walked the Camino de Santiago in Northern Spain. I’d heard of this 500-mile walking route before, but it was not until she came back and showed us some of her pictures that I really took a good look at what it entailed. Walk 500 miles? You must be kidding, I... 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 →

Dealing with Overwhelm

Tsunamis are one of nature’s greatest forces of destruction. Formed in the sea by earthquakes, landslides, volcanic eruptions or meteorite impacts, they can travel at incredible speeds and cause unimaginable destruction. The deeper the water, the faster the tsunami. In the deep ocean, tsunamis can move as fast as a jet plane, over 500 miles... Continue Reading →

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