Business has long been seen as a lifeless game, a competition. Businesses have long been trying to beat each other out, to get the numbers, to get power of the market shares.
Estaremos compartiendo con ustedes las biografías de grandes emprendedores y sus historias de éxito. Esta vez, les compartimos la historia de Howard Schultz, quien convirtió a Starbucks en lo que es ahora.
A sales message designed for one situation will not necessarily work well in another. For example, you may have perfected your 30-second elevator speech (or “30-second commercial,” as it’s often called). This works great if you are actually in an elevator and have someone’s complete attention. But it will get you those glazed looks if you try to work 30 seconds of monologue into a conversation in the buffet line at a networking event.
Abundance is a theme of our current times. Whether that's abundance of goods, services or technology, people have options.
Algunas veces queremos alcanzar un objetivo pero realmente no hacemos nada para lograrlo. Esto se deba al miedo a ganar. En este vídeo te explico cómo funciona.
Durante los últimos 20 años de llevar mis propias empresas y de asesorar a otras como coach, me he encontrado con los mismos problemas que plagan a las empresas crecientes y que las impiden escalar exitosamente. Como emprendedores, cometemos el error de dejar que estos problemas crezcan hasta que destruyen nuestras compañías.
I have been repeating myself for a decade. In each of the 1,000 or so workshops and keynotes I have delivered over the past ten years, I have repeated some version of the refrain, “Do what customers love and competitors won’t copy.”
"You scratch my back, I'll scratch yours."
In a recent survey of frontline employees across our franchise brands at Dwyer Group, we received some incredible feedback. First, we learned that an overwhelming majority of new hires across our franchise locations heard about a job opportunity through a referral from an existing employee. And to top that, a majority of employees cited atmosphere as the thing they liked best about working for franchise owners. For an organization that describes its atmosphere as a way to Live R.I.C.H. following our Code of Values and themes of Respect, Integrity, Customer focus and Having fun in the process - this was music to my ears.