Tips for Entrepreneurs

Analysis for Managers: The Most Important Measure

Posted on Jun 29, 2017 in Entrepreneur, Inspiration, Success, Tips for Entrepreneurs | Comments Off on Analysis for Managers: The Most Important Measure

Analysis for Managers: The Most Important Measure Today’s post is to help you as a leader, manager, entrepreneur, family member and/or individual to perform perhaps the most important analysis of them all. And it begins with a question posed by management scholar and innovation strategist, Clayton Christensen: How will you measure your life? After all is said and done what is truly most important to you? What are your deepest goals and desires? When you look back, what will be your measure of personal success? No doubt, the vast majority would put family, relationships with spouses and...

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Analysis for Managers: Cash Flow

Posted on May 30, 2017 in San Diego Lawyer, Setting up a Small Business, Small Business, Small Business Tips and Tricks Series, Tips for Entrepreneurs | Comments Off on Analysis for Managers: Cash Flow

Analysis for Managers: Cash Flow   Have you ever been confused at the fact that you can sit at your desk and wonder, “How on Earth am I going to make payroll?” and yet the P&L (Profit and Loss statement) your accountant or QuickBooks just showed you says that your company is turning a healthy profit? Welcome to cash flow problems! This won’t be a completely comprehensive article on the subject but it should be enough to at least get you started or pique your interest. And for many, this will just be a quick review. Below are four key points regarding the ever important concept of...

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Not Filing Taxes Could Get You in Trouble with IRS says Gary Quackenbush Tax Expert

Posted on Apr 6, 2017 in San Diego Lawyer, Small Business, Tax Season, Taxes, Tips for Entrepreneurs | Comments Off on Not Filing Taxes Could Get You in Trouble with IRS says Gary Quackenbush Tax Expert

Gary Quackenbush on NBC TV with Consumer Bob CONSUMER BOB HELPS TO SAVE YOU MONEY AND TIME Not Filing Taxes Could Get You in Trouble with IRS Here is the link to a TV show Gary was on with Consumer Bob. The question was whether the IRS would catch up to you if you did not file a tax return. The answer may surprise you. LINK – Quackenbush on TV with Consumer Bob – Late Filed Taxes – 2 minute video...

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Becoming a Coach

Posted on Feb 27, 2017 in Inspiration, San Diego Lawyer, Small Business, Success, Tips for Entrepreneurs | Comments Off on Becoming a Coach

Becoming a Coach   Thinking back to the most impactful people in your lives, who have they been? For many, it’s family members, friends, bosses and undoubtedly–sports or other coaches. Coaches in particular tend to have a special place in peoples’ hearts as these coaches often expected the most of of them and gave them the most time and energy. Likewise, it could be said that any good teacher, mentor or influencer is a “coach.” Today, we’re going to discuss Joseph Weintraub and James Hunt’s four reasons managers should spend more time not only...

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Leadership Series: Your Legacy

Posted on Jan 31, 2017 in Entrepreneur, Inspiration, San Diego Lawyer, Small Business, Success, Tips for Entrepreneurs | Comments Off on Leadership Series: Your Legacy

Leadership Series: Your Legacy   18 articles later, we’ve reached the final post in the Leadership Series. We hope you feel empowered and inspired to build your legacy as a leader. In our first post of the Leadership Series we wrote the following: “What is the one skill that would dramatically change the quality of your life? It might be communication, empathy, diligence, financial acumen, or perhaps a technical skill like programming or product engineering. But what if we told you that there is one skill that is the sum of all other skills–the culmination of them all? Well, there...

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Leadership Series: Negotiating

Posted on Dec 22, 2016 in Entrepreneur, Small Business, Small Business Tips and Tricks Series, Success, Tips for Entrepreneurs | Comments Off on Leadership Series: Negotiating

Leadership Series: Negotiating   “Negotiating? Well, that’s not for me. I’m not a salesman, lawyer or politician. Surely negotiating isn’t important in leadership.” The authors or “Getting to Yes” disagree. Their best seller starts: “Like it or not, you’re a negotiator. Negotiation is a fact of life. You discuss a raise with your boss. You try to agree with a stranger on a price for his house.” You negotiate with your co-workers on where capital investment should be allocated and what new products to deploy. Or, to provide two more examples from Getting to Yes, perhaps you’re...

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