I regularly manage sending out hundreds of posts in the Reveln mini-blog world, but the mother-ship blog presents a special challenge of desert and flood. I’ve shared my seven break-through learning steps that the holiday crush brought to light. Maybe it will help you in taking stock of what’s important.
Posts Tagged ‘2010’
via businessinsider.com This is a helpful blog summary from a extensive Harvard Business School working paper, Performance Persistence in Entrepreneurship. Here’s a sample of some of the burning questions and answers: Excerpted | HBR & Business Insider War Room: Q: Is entrepreneurial success a skill, or is it luck? A: Starting a company at the [...]
The findings cited are common. Consider the Talent Myth not as a myth but as a capacity FACT. Such views that you can be ANYTHING create an economy of self-help seminars, books, academies and plenty of revenue in leadership coaching. One label for this prevailing viewpoint is Blank Slate, a you-can-be-anything view given the proper attitude, support and practice. It is also a recipe for frustration and unhappiness, often limiting full effectiveness and success. Consider a different approach.
Deb: Some good news via Joe Minock and Chris Xiromeritis and the Times: Young entrepreneurs have met with success starting new businesses in Detroit. Excerpted Fabrizio Costantini for The New York Times DETROIT — With $6,000 and some Hollywood-style spunk, four friends opened this city’s only independent foreign movie house three months ago in an [...]
Write your business plan in pencil! Reading this post by Bob Reiss is a solace. Just taking a few minutes to look at the categories of strategic, tactical and operational is a great reminder. In my case, I used a flipchart paper to list these three major categories. Then it is easy to review [...]
New Format for the NEW Change Management Resources collaborative site 2011 – no hype, vetted resources
February 2011 Update: We are in the early phases of a new collaborative website about everything change management, without hype, nothing to sell, and lots to share. It’s a portal and treasury that isn’t just about one company’s or one thought leader’s point of view. It is also a celebration of the legacy of Kathie Dannemiller. Take a look at some of the tools and contact us to let us what you think and what “Quickstart” resources would be useful to you. We are also on twitter: @ChangeTools
Paring it down to the essentials makes a lot of sense for small business in start-up mode. via flickr.com Gorilla-Force Blog provides insights into how to set-up simplicity (over simple) for featuring the best of what you do. Excerpted – March 31st, 2010 : If you have ever watched an episode of Kitchen Nightmares, then [...]
The writer of the post excerpted below attended a 90 Day planning workshop a local business coach offered to business owners. He said that taking ½ day out from business to plan out his goals for the next quarter seemed a very helpful plan. Result: He gained much more than he had expected. This gives [...]
Deb: There are some great ideas here on the power of tribe and networks. Why not use the tribe to help each other? Excerpted: What is a Tribe page anyway? Good question and I’m glad you asked. The tribe page is one of my favorite pages as it’s the section where I can promote other [...]
I’m sharing this excerpted post from one of my mini-blogs because it is one of the most popular posts. Businesses of all sizes may be able to see today, the merits of Heather’s insights. via flickr.com Deb: I found this gem in the higher education twitter stream via @barbchamberlain – Helpful, and VERY [...]