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David vs. Goliath

We’re hardwired to cheer for an underdog. 

From Rocky versus Creed to, more recently, last year’s run by the Saint Peter’s Peacocks into the NCAA Elite Eight, we are captivated when an underdog pulls off an improbable upset against an overwhelming favorite.

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The Downside of “Foxhole Leadership”

Basketball coach Don Meyer is famous for something he calls “The Foxhole Test.” He encourages players to imagine themselves in a life-or-death battle and asks them to pick the teammates they would want in the trenches with them. The test is designed to break down the inevitable cliques and friendships that evolve on a team and identify the true leaders that players trust with their lives.

Foxhole leaders are often known for getting in the trenches with their teams. They typically lead by example and never delegate a task they are unwilling to do themselves. As a result, Foxhole Leadership produces disciples willing to do just about anything for their leader.

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Why Your Employees Don’t Get It

Do you ever find yourself so frustrated with your employees it causes you to step in and do their jobs?
You realize that it will take much longer to train them to do something than it would for you to do it yourself, so you ask them to step aside and take over.

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Do I Need a Broker to Sell My Business?

Picture this: you run a successful small business. You have loyal customers, steady cash flow, and a great management team. Day to day operations run smoothly even if you’re not in the office. In fact, you’re starting to think it’s time for the business to run without you entirely. Maybe it’s time to sell.

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The #1 Hiring Mistake Small Business Owners Make

There are 29.5 million businesses in the United States, but more than 80% are considered non-employers[i] and most will never hire an employee. They’re owned and operated by a single person who will always be an army of one either because of their personal preferences or the type of business they run.

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When is the Right Time to Write a Business Plan?

If you’ve ever taken a business class or pitched a business idea, you’ve probably had to talk about business plans. Projections, customer profiles, key performance indicators, you’ve heard the jargon and struggled your way through envisioning what your business—or maybe just your business idea—will look like in one, two, five years, or even beyond.

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When Should I Hire a Business Coach?

As a business owner, you probably got into business for yourself because you had an idea for a product or service you were passionate about. You launched your venture and made some mistakes along the way, but through grit and hard work, you turned your idea into a success. 

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David vs. Goliath

We’re hardwired to cheer for an underdog. 

From Rocky versus Creed to, more recently, last year’s run by the Saint Peter’s Peacocks into the NCAA Elite Eight, we are captivated when an underdog pulls off an improbable upset against an overwhelming favorite.

Read More ›

The Downside of “Foxhole Leadership”

Basketball coach Don Meyer is famous for something he calls “The Foxhole Test.” He encourages players to imagine themselves in a life-or-death battle and asks them to pick the teammates they would want in the trenches with them. The test is designed to break down the inevitable cliques and friendships that evolve on a team and identify the true leaders that players trust with their lives.

Foxhole leaders are often known for getting in the trenches with their teams. They typically lead by example and never delegate a task they are unwilling to do themselves. As a result, Foxhole Leadership produces disciples willing to do just about anything for their leader.

Read More ›

Why Your Employees Don’t Get It

Do you ever find yourself so frustrated with your employees it causes you to step in and do their jobs?
You realize that it will take much longer to train them to do something than it would for you to do it yourself, so you ask them to step aside and take over.

Read More ›

Do I Need a Broker to Sell My Business?

Picture this: you run a successful small business. You have loyal customers, steady cash flow, and a great management team. Day to day operations run smoothly even if you’re not in the office. In fact, you’re starting to think it’s time for the business to run without you entirely. Maybe it’s time to sell.

Read More ›

The #1 Hiring Mistake Small Business Owners Make

There are 29.5 million businesses in the United States, but more than 80% are considered non-employers[i] and most will never hire an employee. They’re owned and operated by a single person who will always be an army of one either because of their personal preferences or the type of business they run.

Read More ›

When is the Right Time to Write a Business Plan?

If you’ve ever taken a business class or pitched a business idea, you’ve probably had to talk about business plans. Projections, customer profiles, key performance indicators, you’ve heard the jargon and struggled your way through envisioning what your business—or maybe just your business idea—will look like in one, two, five years, or even beyond.

Read More ›

When Should I Hire a Business Coach?

As a business owner, you probably got into business for yourself because you had an idea for a product or service you were passionate about. You launched your venture and made some mistakes along the way, but through grit and hard work, you turned your idea into a success. 

Read More ›

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