Category Archives: Leadership

Blinding Flashes of the Obvisous (BFOs), Customer Loyalty, Employee Engagement, Growth, Leadership

Continuing with Brad Sugars’ presentation.  Brad listed some of his favorite 5 Ways strategies (in his order of preference): Margin: Don’t just raise prices,… Read more

5 Way Formula, Adding Value, Blinding Flashes of the Obvisous (BFOs), Business Coaching, Consistency, Leadership, Success

For the fourth year in a row, the Business Excellence Forum (BEF) grew and exceeded the previous years in attendance, presenters and content.  This… Read more

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

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

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

Adding Value, Blinding Flashes of the Obvisous (BFOs), Business Coaching, Culture, Leadership, Learn to Earn, Mental Strength, Mindset, Mission, Responsibility, Serve more to Earn more, Success, Vision

Day two was kicked off (no pun intended) by Tim Brown, 1987 Heisman Trophy winner, NFL Hall of Fame member, and very inspirational speaker. … 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

Culture, Leadership, Management, Ownership

When I mentioned to my assistant today that I needed to write a blog post, she replied, “Well, what is people’s pain these days?… Read more

Being an Owner, Blinding Flashes of the Obvisous (BFOs), Culture, Key Performance Indicators, Leadership, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

The second day of the Business Excellence Forum was kicked off by Shawn Moon Senior VP of Franklin Covey.  Shawn opened with a rapid… Read more