Business is hard enough without taking bad advice.
Hire carefully and intentionally. It hurts less.
Procrastination is on par with an Olympic sport, even for those who get plenty of work done.
Who is responsible for the volume of ethics problems in business and elsewhere?
Ego-free discussion is likely the sole route to business survival.
The level of training of your staff reflects on you and is visible from a great distance.
What's the best training you ever received for a new role you were taking on?
Do the thing. Even when you're horrible at it.
What does it take to create a self-managing business? Is if even possible?
When bad things happen, preparation slows things down.
Are you testing your training? If not, how do you know it works?
Like the song says, "two out of three ain't bad" - unless you own the bad one.
What insignificant thing brings people back again & again?