Small Business Owner Roles – Owners Wear Too Many ‘Hats’

Everyone knows a business owner wears many hats – from Chief Executive to Janitor.  While taking a Small Business Management class with Dr. Thomas Jones, I learned to be aware of these three critical ‘hats’, the responsibilities and purpose of each, and how much time you need to allow for each of them to do […]

Staying Relevant in a Fast Changing World

As a member of the boomer generation, I sometimes feel like the generations behind me are running so fast – changing the world so quickly – that I feel in danger of getting run over and becoming irrelevant. At the same time, I have always been a person who likes to move to the beat of my […]

Impossible Things

You know how sometimes you hear some little thing and it sticks – it resonnates in some way that captures your attention.  Recently, my honey Ron and I got around to enjoying Johnny Depp in Alice In Wonderland. What ”stuck’ for me was a line near both the beginning and end – “think 6 impossible […]

Clearing Your Schedule

A double mastectomy was enough to let one woman clear her schedule.  What about you?  I was reading an article in the March issue of  Fortune about Esther Dyson and her position as stand-by cosmonaut.  After first turning down the option to be a backup crew member on a Space Adventure flight because she was busy elsewhere, […]

Walk Your Way to Ideas

Walking is not only good for your health, it’s good for your business. You probably know the human brain has two hemispheres.  The left side is linear and logical.  It controls language, likes order, and thinks 1,2,3.    The right side is random and creative.  It generates ideas – usually in picture that the left side has to […]