A Case Study and How Business Coaching Helped

Jay was ready to walk away from his business. He’d grown it from 3 people to 18 and it had gotten too complicated. Everyday someone was upset, a crucial deadline was missed, equipment broke down, or a myriad of other problems occurred. He was sick of it. He was... Read »

Scarcity Mentality in Small Business

Roger has an abundance mentality. I have more of a scarcity mentality. As Roger’s wife and fellow business owner, I’m exposed to the abundance thinking regularly… thankfully. What does a scarcity mentality look like? I’m fearful of not having enough… that the world... Read »

React usefully and with poise when approached with any issue

What’s your usual reaction to the constant stream of questions, problems, and decisions that are the normal part of a business owner’s day? Make a fast decision then find out later that it damaged a customer relationship or hurt an employee? An emotion-charged comment... Read »

7 Delusions about Family Business and 5 Ways to Overcome Them

If you’re in business, conflict is inevitable. And if it’s a family business, conflict is even more difficult to manage. Family business comes with a deeper, more complex ecosystem of relationships that raises the stakes in conflict situations. Family members depend... Read »

Blessings of Business Ownership

With all the worries of business ownership, our goal with this month’s blogpost is to focus on being thankful and specifically on the blessings of business ownership. We wanted to look beyond the one we all know and love—“being your own boss.”  We Googled “being... Read »