Without documentation, “great systems” are only rough ideas about the way you do things in your business. And all your tasks, functions, processes and procedures—the way that you and your staff habitually do everything—are nothing more than good intentions.
Every company is a reflection of its leader. What does yours say about you?
After more than four decades running a successful business, Ronald Powell decided it was time to make a change. Though he was a talented Technician who enjoyed his work, Ronald wanted to approach his business like a true Entrepreneur. Working with his EMyth Coach helped him discover his vision for his business and...
As a business owner, you’re the person primarily responsible for your company’s finances. Not your bookkeeper. Not your accountant. You.
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Whether you’re exasperated by inconsistent sales, poor employee performance or your own role in the business, all frustrations can be solved with the right systems. Our free guide will help you build the systemic solutions you need.
Few business owners start out as entrepreneurs. Just like building a company, becoming an entrepreneur is a process full of growth, both personal and professional. And the truth is, no one can do it alone. We all need guidance, mentorship, and inspiration. So here are six lessons from great leaders that will help ...
It’s tax season, a time when finance—and finance management—is on all my clients’ minds. So I usually take the opportunity to ask them: “Are you abdicating or delegating your finances to your accountant?” In other words: Do you defer to your accountant, waiting for them to give you financial results that’ll help y...