As we head into the last weeks of the year it’s time to slow down and refresh your hard-working brain. Here are a collection of great must-read business articles to give you a new perspective and start you thinking about next year.
Just before he was fired by the Uber board, Travis Kalanick was facing major personal issues. He also faced a well-documented list of issues within Uber that were under serious public scrutiny. Apparently, while at his Dad’s hospital bedside, he penned a letter to Uber employees which was never sent. It’s 2,000 words.
I focus on the first five paragraphs only because even in that short span there are five great lessons for the owners of Financial Planning businesses. Read on to find out more.
When faced with any decision there are first order issues to consider. However, great business leaders consider the second and third order issues too. And that’s the key to making better business decisions. Read on to find out why.
Customer service – we all think we’re pretty good at it. However, is yours as good as it used to be? And where does it fit if you want to stay competitive in a changing world?
Here are a few ideas on how to sustain great service.
Everyone is looking for the big, game-changing idea. Sure, every so often, once in a generation, there’s something that changes the rules of the game.
Read on to find out the real secret to success for you and your business.
When you reach the latter stages of your career you can feel like you’ve arrived. That is, finally, after all these years, you know your stuff and the business is going well.
So the idea of taking any risks with that lovely feeling seem almost ludicrous to contemplate.
I spell out the dangers of not addressing this, in this post.
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