I was honored to be interviewed today by Connie Fuksa, a successful entrepreneur herself, on her Facebook Live. Amazing what we fit into just a half hour -- networking, retreats, team development, government contracting, public speaking, and even a funny story about when I was a stay at home mom trying to be professional! #entrepreneurship #publicspeaking #workingathome … Continue reading Entrepreneurship Interview with Connie Fuksa
As a business, you have two choices… hunker down and wait for it to pass and hopefully go back to your business as usual or you can look at a crisis as an opportunity to adjust and gasp… maybe even thrive and improve!
When I was in fifth grade, our class got to try out for the school chorus. All but three kids were selected. Yup. The three not chosen were myself and two boys who didn't want to be in it anyway. It stung because I DID want to be in the choir. How bad could I… Continue reading Rejection: the kick in the butt we all need
A few years ago, I was helping someone with their due diligence when they were contemplating purchasing a company. He had hired the best attorneys and accountants to review the books and the contracts of the company and the company had proven to be legally and financially sound. It was fairly certain that the company’s… Continue reading The Most Important Element of Success in Business… and its not Talent or Expertise
Over the years of owning and managing my companies, I’ve narrowed the core values of management down to three main concepts. These core values apply whether I am managing an individual, a team, a project or my entire company. They are discipline, affirmation and tools. Let me explain… Discipline Discipline comes in many forms. The… Continue reading Core Values of Management – Discipline, Affirmation and Tools