We started the year looking at the 5 V’s – Vision, Values, Vehicles, Vocabulary, and Valuation. Hopefully, these gave you a jump start to 2024. Moving forward for the next few weeks we are going back in order to move forward at a more engaged pace. We will be taking the time to walk through the 5 P’s…
Month: February 2024
We live during a time when forgiveness has lost its way into our relationships. A time when someone MUST be right, and someone MUST be wrong. Peace in our culture will never happen until we respect, love, and forgive each other for any number of events of the past. We all make mistakes and forgiveness is the path to allowing us all to live successfully together.
Every 4 years we get an extra day to get the calendar back in sync with the celestial bodies of the universe. Another day of work or play depends on what day of the week it falls. This year we get an extra business development day! So how might we prioritize this bonus day in two weeks, so we take full advantage of it in 2024?
As we approach Valentine’s Day the thoughts of friendship, companionship, and fellowship all come to mind. Within each of these relationships is found a level of love. Some at a very intimate level and others at a level of support, understanding, and appreciation for one another. Whatever level you have with those you love, let it not be taken for granted. Remember you can only receive the amount of love you give away first!
We move this week into looking at the 5th of the 5 V’s and that is the valuation or how to measure the worth of the business. This element in the 5 V’s does have some correlation to the profitability of the business but as importantly the other factors which cause a business to be not just financially successful but exist at a higher contribution value.
Our Culture in the USA over the past several years has tried to give the concept of respect defined boundaries. By placing limits on what is or is not being respectful has actually divided us and caused more disrespect than creating a world of respecting each other. Unconditional respect for each other goes further and deeper than placing artificial limits on what is or is not respectful.