Category Archives: Being an Owner

Adding Value, Being an Owner, Business Coaching, Delegation, Leadership, TEAM

The cover story in the current (January-February 2019) edition of Entrepreneur Magazine is a profile of Michael Strahan (Link to the article).  Not being… Read more

Adding Value, Being an Owner, Lead Generation, Marketing, Success, Unique Value Proposition

I often ask my clients to answer, “Why should I be your customer (client or patient) (CCP)?” from the point of view and value… Read more

Adding Value, Being an Owner, Continual Improvement, Culture, Growth, Success

I am re-reading “Built To Last” the 2002 book with the subtitle of “Successful Habits of Visionary Companies” by Jim Collins and Jerry I…. Read more

Adding Value, Being an Owner, Ownership

One fact I often site is that on average, 10,000 baby boomers in the USA turn 65 every day.  This has been going on… Read more

5 Way Formula, Being an Owner, Business Stress Tests, Customer Loyalty, Customer Service, Leadership, Proactivity, Raving Fans

One of the most important concepts my colleagues and I at ActionCOACH coach our clients on is being proactive.  Everything from our GrowthCLUB (90… Read more

Being an Owner, Business and Golf, Business Coaching, Goal Setting, Key Performance Indicators, Planning

While flossing my teeth this morning I recalled my late mother’s expression “It never fails.”  I decided to write this blog about my top… Read more

Being an Owner, Blinding Flashes of the Obvisous (BFOs), Bucket Lists, Delegation, Goal Setting, Success, Vision

The second day of BEF began with Darren Hardy, former publisher of Success magazine, and founder of Darren Hardy, LLC Success Mentor to CEOs… Read more

21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, Being an Owner, Effective Delegation, Leadership, Success, work less, Work Life Balance

Earlier this week I attended a breakfast event, part of the Hofstra University Scott Skodnek Business Development Center’s Distinguished Lecture Series.  The event was… Read more

5 Way Formula, Being an Owner, Business and Golf, Consistency, Leadership, Time Management

I took the first two weeks of August for a trip to Europe with my wife, Tammy.  Tammy joined one of Berkshire Choral International’s… Read more

Accounting & Financials, Being an Owner, Blinding Flashes of the Obvisous (BFOs), Leadership, Networking, Ownership

After a short break, Keith Cunningham continued with many insights born out of a major bankruptcy that occurred in 2001: And then … Of… Read more