Liz Kislik April 21, 2021 Honestly, recent national events have put me completely on edge. What we see in the news just doesn’t make sense — except that it is the logical conclusion of everything that has come before. Here’s what makes sense: If there were fewer guns throughout the U.S., there would also … Continue reading When Things Look This Bad, How Can You Move Forward?
James O’Flaherty April 18, 2021 Large global events tend to accelerate developing societal norms. In our case, the pandemic accelerated the norm of remote work. It did so in a jarring manner that required rapid adjustment, creativity, and leadership. However, in many cases, the adjustment to a virtual work environment was not meant to be … Continue reading Returning to the Office Like It’s 2019?
Mark Roberts March 19, 2021 The old saying that the more things change, the more they stay the same seems to be holding so far this year. Even as we’ve moved into a new year, the first few weeks of 2021 seem like the 13th month of 2020. I don’t think we need to rehash … Continue reading Now That We Survived 2020, We Have an Opportunity to Grow and Excel in 2021
Melanie Benson March 14, 2021 geralt / Pixabay No matter how good an entrepreneur is at planning out their growth steps, sometimes life throws a curveball. A family illness or death can derail an owner’s focus for months. An unexpected economic downturn such as the 2009 credit debacle can change people’s buying patterns overnight. A … Continue reading How Business Owners Thrive in Uncertain Times Using The 80% Plan
Gaurav Aggarwal March 4, 2021 Small- and medium-sized businesses were impacted the most by the pandemic due to the financial fragility that the COVID-19 disruption put on businesses during the initial stages. Businesses had to adapt to changes quickly, and a lot of them couldn’t adapt due to the ever-changing restrictions put in place. The … Continue reading How Small and Medium Businesses Are Recovering From COVID-19
Dave Sutton February 3, 2021 The COVID pandemic has had a devastating effect on businesses in just about every industry across the country. Business owners have had to deal with a constantly changing landscape, remaining as flexible as possible just to keep their doors open. Coronavirus has also presented a set of issues surrounding remote … Continue reading How to Regain Your Footing In 2021
Zak Jacobs January 8, 2021 The new year has presented many businesses across the globe with new pressure due to COVID restrictions; so we have to face facts that in 2021 we might not just be recovering from COVID, but for a period of time having to actually work alongside it. With the recent news … Continue reading Planning Your Business for a COVID-19 Recovery
Adam Jacobs November 13, 2020 2020 hasn’t been kind to businesses, and many are facing dwindling revenues and, in some cases, entirely corrupted business models because of COVID-19. While the ‘solution’ for each business will look different, there are a few approaches you can take immediately to course-correct your company and bring it back to … Continue reading 3 Things You Can Do Right Now if Your Business is Failing
Graham Jones September 24, 2020 Last week, the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson admitted that a “second wave” of COVID-19 seemed inevitable. We have known about the pattern of viral infections for centuries, so it should have been no surprise to our leaders that this second wave was coming. The problem for businesses is that … Continue reading Can Your Business Survive a Second Wave of COVID-19?
Dave Wakeman September 7, 2020 jarmoluk / Pixabay As we hit September, I’ve been thinking more and more about how businesses can survive in the ongoing economic environment of the pandemic as reports are starting to come out that we may not be through dealing with the financial impacts of the virus yet. While none … Continue reading 3 Things Smart Businesses Are Doing Now to Recover From the Pandemic…