In the whirlwind of your day-to-day grind, every task seems critical, and every idea seems like a good one. You can jump from one objective to the other without taking time to assess whether the areas of your business you prioritize will lead to success.
No matter how different your business is from the competition, it would be best if you had clarity before deciding why and how to do more with less.
To build and grow a business, and make bold business moves, prioritizing both positioning and growth is essential. Positioning is a key element to your growth strategy.
Whether “manager” is part of your job title or not, some form of management certainly is. After all, you are accountable for your portion of work, and that includes the way you show up to interactions with other people.
In my experience working with companies over the years, one of the most challenging things is just to start. What we do at Red Direction is that we are (most of the time) disciplined about the time investment. That’s something that we can control.
Facing uncertainty can be challenging – being a business owner facing uncertainty is tougher. Red Direction helps you [fast track and] grow your business – authentically, pragmatically, and resiliently. Start your journey HERE! Starting the conversation: How can we recognize what’s out of our control and then adapt to the change we are facing? Integrating […]
The one word – focus – can seem scary, because somewhere deep down, you might think that while focusing on one thing you will miss something else.
Straightforward and simple approaches provide structure. The right kinds of structures provide space to explore, experiment, and learn.
Facing uncertainty can be challenging – being a business owner facing uncertainty is tougher. Red Direction helps you [fast track and] grow your business – authentically, pragmatically, and resiliently. Start your journey HERE! Starting the conversation: The ability of your company to engage in rapid change comes from the capacity to be prepared, adaptable, and […]
An effective delivery model is about strategic management, and steps necessary to reach your goals across an extended range of time.
Learn how to improve the Effective Delivery Model of your business by knowing each step and adapting when it is time for change.
What does your company tend to downplay when evaluating an opportunity? We asked that question to our audience, and majority answered that it was a capacity to complete.
Don’t let change influence the direction of your growth. Just don’t. Don’t do it. (If you chortled just a little, you got it … change is a constant.)
With gobs of information about leadership available on different styles, approaches, and what to do to build your own leadership, leadership seems elusive. On the surface it seems to be hard to grasp. Terry “Starbucker” St. Marie, a guest on the BOLD Business Podcast, uses words like caring, respect, connection, and trust. Our life experience […]
When you set a short- or long-term goal, you have identified an expected outcome. By the time you complete the goal, does the outcome look anything like you initially planned? The answer was unanimously NO from the 100 people I asked. Every single person said the starting goal looked nothing like the expected ending … […]
When we are driven to get to our goals, we try to do more in the same amount of time and zero in on improving our time management skills. Setting clear goals is also important to building confidence and results. Yet there is a piece that ties both together: Achievement. The capability to achieve is the result of clear goals and an understanding of time management.