My strengths (according to Strengths Finder 2.0 by Tom Rath) are everything about looking at a situation, gathering necessary information, looking to the future, figuring out the highest and best use of available resources and plotting the next steps to get there. Futuristic Learner (I don’t just like learning, I crave it. It’s why I […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Doing What We Love
Our favourite business Owners are the ones that engage in their financials as a way to understand their business better. They use them to make decisions about what’s working what isn’t and where improvements can be made. Our favourite Business Owners stop and chat with us about how they are doing, about what their plans […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Favourite Customers
Bookkeeping is changing – in a big way. I was hit with that reality squarely between the eyes in the past few week. If I hadn’t been thinking so deeply about business models and customer service, I might have mistaken the incidents as the challenges of business. Take it back to the basics and what […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
I’m working on another blog post, but it’s not going anywhere so I’ll let it simmer for a while longer. I want to talk about good days and bad days. My 100 day challenge is to move my businesses ahead every day. It’s easy to let days go by just doing it doing it and […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Good Days and Bad Days
The Elegance of the Hedgehog a novel by Muriel Barbery; translated from French by Alison Anderson. Deep, so slow reading. A look at how our thoughts (or avoidance of them) are our reality. The Invisible Gorilla: and other ways our intuitions deceive us by Christopher Chabris and Daniel Simons. Interesting exploration of how our […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.