Are you a business owner frustrated by the poor performance of some of your employees? Do you want to run a profitable business, but question whether all staff members are pulling their weight? Being a business owner or leader isn’t always a pleasant experience. There are times when you need to face unpleasant tasks you […]
If you’re an entrepreneur, you’re a leader. The two roles cannot be separated. You’re the only one who can know the depth of your vision; your team members have only a vague idea of where your product can go when compared to what you see. It’s up to you not only to inspire them, but
Why I Mastermind – it’s for Significance So many people try to teach success. No matter what that means to you, it’s empty, it’s hollow. If you want to be successful, stop chasing success. Instead, lead with your
What is the most significant fault a leader can possess? We have a question from Sandy from Provo, Utah: “What is the most significant fault a leader can possess?” There are alot of them of course! Besides a lack of integrity, here’s Larry’s take on the most significant fault.
What are the Baseline Driving Initiatives of highly effective leaders? We have a question from Earl in Temecula: “What are the baseline driving initiatives for highly effective leaders?” 4 Baseline Initiatives Effective Leaders Need to Focus on: All of us need to be focusing on these four things: (1) Increase the value and the impact of the […]
What is the most important element of a business plan to pitch to investors? A business plan is a very powerful guiding tool for an organization or startup business. They are important for getting funding to start or expand your business. You’ve got to make it dynamic, so that you can change it from time-to-time, […]
What should you say or not say in meetings? Larry talks about the three easy but really important questions you must ask yourself before you speak up in a meeting. Meetings can be a high pressure environment. So the question is, “I’m afraid I don’t seem to know when to speak, nor when to shut […]