Throughout the centuries a pencil sketch has set the course for many successful paintings, and a thoughtfully drafted strategic plan has charted the course for many profitable businesses. The best type of planning requires both creativity and discipline, and leaves room for flexibility
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Big shifts are taking place. What does it all mean to you and your business? The strategic planning process offers a set of tools to help you logically think through complex business choices. Read about some concrete ways on how to move forward with confidence.
Constantly challenged to help my clients work through strategic dilemmas, I started to think more about the ancient Chinese concept of Yin and Yang. Attracted to the concept in the area of work/life balance, I set out to see how the philosophy might be beneficial to business planning. The more I have been able to […]
Despite a lot of talk about the desire to simplify and focus, many professionals fall far short of their longing. With all of life’s daily demands and seemingly pressing priorities, what is the best use of your time and money? The answer lies in having a framework for decision making.
With clarity, purpose and a game plan you can still be in the driver’s seat, and have less stress and more peace of mind. Your business will thrive, and so will you. Isn’t it time you started to flourish?
If the ongoing challenge of business is to figure out how to compete in a constantly changing landscape, the solution requires a commitment to a continuous dialogue between the key parties to determine how to leverage strengths and maximize opportunities – and to cope with individual communication styles.
In any organization, and individually in your own professional life, to gain momentum it’s important to shift out of automatic. By shifting perspective with some strategic questions it becomes possible to innovate, problem-solve and challenge the status quo!
How do you know you are thinking BIG enough? Are you leveraging the full strengths, interests and talents on your team? Will you wind up in a place that will make you happy? Do you have a game plan?