Adapt or die.
Seems a little harsh, doesn’t it? But in business, a failure to adapt can mean death for your company. (more…)
Text. Email. Messenger. We have more ways to get in touch with each other than ever before. But if we’re always in contact, then how come our relationships only seem to be growing more distant? The answer is likely to be a controversial one: we need to spend more time on the phone. (more…)
Despite the recent push to emphasize the importance of mental health, anxiety in the workplace remains a stigmatized topic across countless industries. My guest today is a global expert in understanding how anxiety can impact employees, managers, and organizations as a whole. (more…)
Running a successful eatery is difficult on any normal day. Add in a global pandemic and more than a year of restrictions, and winning the battle for business can seem like an impossible task. My guest today is no stranger to taking care of the hardworking owners of the bar and restaurant industry, even if his advice is often a bit harsh. (more…)
As we enter what will hopefully be the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, workers have started to go back to the office, and face-to-face meetings have resumed. For many, however, video conferencing remains the best option. Experts believe the future of meetings is a hybrid between in-person sessions and video conferences. How can you best utilize video for your business? (more…)
Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the world as we know it has been turned on its head. The business world has not been immune to these changes, and a “new sales normal” has resulted. For those dreaming of a return to how things were before COVID-19, my guest today has some bad news for you. (more…)
Coronavirus has dealt small businesses everywhere a gut punch like they have never felt before. States have called for all non-essential businesses to shut down, with no clear timeline in place of when things will reopen. This is easier said than done, as many non-essential businesses are also a part of the supply chain to essential businesses. Surviving as a business owner is more difficult than ever before, but coronavirus has brought with it many lessons for business owners around the world.
The lesson we can all learn is timeless: the importance of relationships.