Before Dr. Nancy Trimboli, owner of Trimboli Chiropractic LLC, came to work with Dr. Sabrina Starling, her business had experienced a 25% decrease in income, and Dr. Nancy had not paid herself in six months. After initially reaching out to us, Dr. Nancy actually chose to work with a different coach. When that did not work out, she got back in contact with us. In just a few short months of working with Dr. Sabrina, Dr. Nancy, and her business, are on a completely different trajectory…
Wow! ProfitCon 2017 was amazing! This was a gathering of Profit First Professionals from all across the globe, coming together for a single mission:
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Hal Gregersen of the MIT Leadership Center opened the conference with his keynote inviting us to question if we, and our clients, exist in a ‘leadership bubble.’ The danger of being in the leadership bubble is that we don’t know what we don’t know.
If you’re like most progressive business owners, you want your company to stand out from the crowd…to be innovative…to have a clear market position. You probably spend a lot of time thinking about these things, and get frustrated when you try to implement something new, only to get push-back from employees who aren’t nearly as excited about your new initiative as you are.
You might find yourself walking around muttering, “Why can’t my employees just get on board? Why can’t they just see the value in what I’m trying to implement?”
How do you get employees on board with innovation?
• “I have so many balls in the air, I don’t even know where to focus.”
• “I can’t believe I said THAT to one of my employees the other day—I was just so fed up with nothing being done to my standards!”
• “I’m so tired of being the only one who can get things done around here!”
• “Another year has gone by and I can’t see anything I’ve done anything to make my business better than it was last year.”
If you’re like most business owners, you’ve probably muttered something along these lines recently — if not this morning, then probably it was yesterday. Continue reading