Tactics for seasonal business The pressure in a seasonal business requires that you succeed in a short period, then plan and cope through the down times. In the first part of this article, we talked about some of the strategies you can employ behind a seasonal business. This week we're offering some tactical tips ...
The essential foundation for getting your employees to take ownership of their roles is to give them a game worth playing.
Without customers, a business does not exist.
Time management skills In these modern times we are turning to more advanced tools - such as automated machinery and advanced software applications - to increase productivity. But as our use of these tools grows, the more responsibilities and activities we are able to add to our day, which results in the need for ...
One of the hallmarks of great leadership is effective delegation. This happens when a business owner or a manager regularly gives responsibility and authority to an employee to complete a task. Doing so develops people who are ultimately more fulfilled and productive. And for the manager or business owner, delegat...
It's important to understand that from my point of view, the entrepreneur is not a "person" but a part of everyone's personality. The entrepreneur is our visionary, the creator in each of us. We're born with that quality and it defines our lives as we respond to what we see, hear, feel, and experience. It is devel...
The intangible, but highly influential, experiences of free expression, self-sufficiency and creative control are what drive many people to embark upon the entrepreneurial journey, as it is these factors that provide personal satisfaction to business owners.
When your business experiences or anticipates big growth, it will impact every area of business. Big growth means big changes. In addition to the logistical and management issues that come up, it's also likely that you'll need to raise some (or a lot) of money.
A good coach will make his players see what they can be rather than what they are.
EMyth Worldwide has been selected for the 2008 Best of Santa Rosa Award in the Business Development category by the U.S. Local Business Association (USLBA).
EMyth Mastery program clients achieved 850% return on their coaching investment in 2005.
EMyth Mastery coaching client, Animation Mentor, honored at prestigious Webby Awards
Many of our coaching clients at EMyth are in business with partners. They are husbands and wives, brothers and sisters, fathers and sons, mothers and daughters, people who’ve been best friends since nursery school or simply associates who went into business because they happened to have their entrepreneurial seizu...
As a business owner, you think about money a lot. You talk about it. You worry about it. You plan for what you'll do when you have more of it.
When was the last time you or anyone in your business was able to say, “I’ve got it under control,” and mean it? With so many projects that need attention and so many details to keep track of, no wonder it’s so difficult to stay on top of things!
Once you commit to a promise, the EMyth Manager’s job is to manage the process—the system—to keep it, improve it, and rally his troops around it. —Michael Gerber
Are your employees clear about who’s in charge?