What is servant leadership and how does it apply to an author-based business? In this post, I explore the answers to those questions and interview the author of “The Servant Leader’s Manifesto,” Omar L. Harris.
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We tend to think of the word “no” like a big red stop sign in the middle of the street. But has it ever occurred to you that sometimes saying “no” is what’s going to push you forward?
Before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, did you meet clients and vendors in person? If so, I bet that’s changed and you’re now holding online meetings. But are you doing them right? Virtual meeting guru Howard Tiersky pinpoints a few common flub-ups you’ll want to avoid in this guest post.
The first step in starting a business you love is to uncover what your core passions and skills are. Here are some exercises you can do to help you do that.
Weekday Wisdom, Season 3, Episode 9 Are you making a living? Or are you making a life? Watch this episode of the Weekday Wisdom to find out what Winston Churchill had to say on the topic. Run Time: 2 minutes 56 seconds Winston Churchill once said, “We make a living […]
Weekday Wisdom Season 2, Episode 2 Have you wanted to write a book for years? Does the idea of writing a book sit there on your perpetual to-do list? Have people—friends, family or even coaches—been telling you that you need to get your book out of your head and into […]
Whether you like it or not, as an entrepreneur you are a leader. Even if you are a solo-entrepreneur and have no one reporting to you, you are still a leader. The problem is that as home-based entrepreneurs we often fall into some bad leadership habits. The following article by […]
A truly functional business model is comprised of five parts. John Mullins and Randy Komisar describe these parts and how to develop them using case studies and accessible writing. They also describe a system for getting from your initial business plan to a Plan B (or Z) that is even […]