Archive for December, 2012

State of the Business Owner 2012 Infographic…

EMyth and Synotac partnered to survey Small and mid-size Businesses. Performance was measured, identifying two key groups of #BusinessOwners – Planners and Pessimists. Pessimists passively run their companies. Planners actively engage in every stage of growth, promoting an optimistic vision for the future that generates greater returns… Which one are you? Click here to go through the findings…  

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The Creative Instinct: How Big Ideas Happen…

“When we realize that our mind is a creative platform—a vast network of networks—we experience a revolutionary and profound transformation. New possibilities emerge. The process of realization and transformation is the essence of life. It means that everything in this world has an inherent purpose—and that is to find its optimal form. This is why we are constantly trying to improve ourselves, why we venture out into the unknown, why we have children, and why we want to be the best in the world at what we do. The more creative we become, the more resourceful we will be. We…

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Podcast: Denise Hall talking The Business You’re Selling, What Am I Buying Exactly?

  Denise Hall talking The Business You’re Selling, What Am I Buying Exactly? businesssuccessradio by Denise Hall on Mixcloud Starting a business is a BIG deal. Building it to become more than your hobby is even bigger again. In fact, building your business into an asset may result in it being possibly the largest asset you’ll ever own, or second maybe to your home. If trying to sell it is what you eventually want to do, then get strategic about WHAT it is you’ve got to sell, how it is someone else could do it and therefore who that special someone…

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Podcast: Why Start with the End in Mind when thinking of selling your business?

Denise Hall talking Why Start with the End in Mind on businesssuccessradio.com.au by Denise Hall on Mixcloud The most important place to commence to “start with the end in mind” is “Why”… Why did you go down the path of setting up your business? For what purpose does it serve? Why do you now want to move on? Why should a buyer be interested in taking this off your hands? With any “why”, there has to be two parts… a) why the world is a better place as a result of doing business with you (the external driver of the…

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How Large Is Your Network? The Power of 2nd and 3rd Degree Connections…

    “when it comes to meeting people professionally, three degrees of separation is what matters… Here’s where the caveat to the Six Degrees of Separation theory comes in. Academically, the theory is correct, but when it comes to meeting people who can help you professionally, three degrees of separation is what matters.   Three degrees is the magic number because when you’re introduced to a second- or third-degree connection, at least one person in an introduction chain personally knows the origin or target person.” by Reid Hoffman for LinkedIn

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We Are All Artists Now… Seth Godin

“We know how much you care, and it’s a shame that the system works overtime to push you away from the people and the projects you care about. The world does not owe you a living, but just when you needed it, it has opened the door for you to make a difference. They told you to get your résumé in order, to punch your ticket, to fit in, and to follow instructions. They told you to swallow your pride, not to follow your dream. They promised trinkets and prizes and possibly riches if you would just suck it up…

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