As business leaders we can sometimes get so caught up in the day-to-day stuff of our business transactions that we don’t stop and dream. We are so focused on the next thing on our to do list that we are not even sure sometimes how all those items add up to the vision or dreams we have for our business, our staff, our families, our communities etc.
Month: October 2022
We are so consumed into our own wants, needs, and desires that we are losing our ability to have restraint and moderation. We must individually look inside ourselves to restore the governance within so that we can make wise internal decisions for the good of all rather than just the opportunity of self.
An organizations’ growth is many times associated to the size of the marketplace it exists in or has the potential to exist in. This does have a contributing factor as the total capacity cannot exceed the arena your business plays in. Businesses therefore expand geographically if the available market for their product or service nears saturation. This expansion is very visible and has…
On our journey in life, we are given a multitude of opportunities to choose which path to take. It takes real courage or fortitude to select the path which may not give you immediate self-gratification but provides for the overall growth of the society as a whole.
During the 2020-2021 business cycles, leaders were driven to look at their businesses, customers, products, services, and their staff through different lenses. They had to pivot to doing things differently than maybe they had in the most recent past. At the time the elements of the unknown and survival were part of the driving forces at hand. All these converging dynamics cause…
It is easy to verbalize that justice is and should be at the center point of our culture. Moving justice from a good talking point into meaningful action is a very different commitment. Our intellect must be open to evolving from a selfish point of view to one of humanity as a collective. When we know the real separation of right and wrong it allows us not to look inward but to embrace everyone outwardly.
If you recall from your time back in school, you likely were introduced to Newton’s third Law of motion that indicated that when a force is placed on something there is a reaction which happens that has an equal amount of resulting force or motion. This law of motion applies to the growth and success of a business.
In a society that is challenging any number of things and attempting to justify behaviors and actions by attempting to reshape history, it is critical that we pause and look for wisdom to guide our thoughts, actions, and deeds. By seeking wisdom and prudence we can collectively call upon and distinguish between the good and bad of any situation.