Ever hear the expression “Revenues are vanity, Expenses are sanity, but Cash is king”? It’s easy to fuel optimism with your sales numbers. You can do your best to control costs. But, what if your business leaks cash? How does that affect your daily operations? What’s the impact on your own paycheck? These 3 steps will help you get some answers.
Today’s Dear Coach is about three initial steps you can take towards building a positive business culture.
Leaders talk about the importance of having a Vision, Mission, and Values. But, those often remain concepts held in a business owner’s head rather than principles that actively guide company actions. I do the following exercises with clients who are looking to take their business to the next level. These form the foundation that supports growth, and I’ll share real-life examples of each.
Check out my interview with these three amazing women chefs: Mary Steiger of Gourmet Girls Gluten Free Bakery/Bistro; Rebecca Wicker of dedicated gluten free bakery & coffee shop; and Sigret Thompson of The Tasteful Kitchen!
Today’s Dear Coach is about how to create 100 potential referral partners with one simple exercise. Trying to get the word out about your services or products can feel overwhelming, and it’s hard to know where to start. The “10 x 10” exercise brings focus and a process to that effort, as well as make intros feel more like a warm up than a cold call.
It was my pleasure to interview Elizabeth and to learn about how teens become homeless through no fault of their own, the impact that has on our community, and YOTO’s mission to break that cycle.
Today’s Dear Coach is about the Three Actions You Can Take To Increase Cash In Your Business. Ever hear the expression “Revenues are vanity, Expenses are sanity, but Cash is king”? It’s easy to fuel optimism with your sales numbers. You can do your best to control costs. But, what if your business leaks cash? How does that affect your daily operations? What’s the impact on your own paycheck? These 3 steps will help you get some answers.
My interview with Alexcis Lopez took us on a deep dive into the world of ancient plant medicine, why that medicine became controversial, and what the future may hold for a more natural approach to healing trauma. Enjoy!
My Small Biz, Big Voices podcast producer, Mark Bishop, decided it was time to turn the tables and put me on the receiving end of the questions. It was a great opportunity to talk about what I do and why I do it, especially since coaching is a relatively newer profession. If you’ve been wondering how a business coach could help you, check out our interview. Enjoy!
Today’s Dear Coach is about the benefits of using behavioral analysis in your business. As a coach, I’ve had a lot of people reach out to me because they are struggling with their sales or with leading their team. Once I dig a little deeper into what’s going on, I often find that the problem is rooted firmly in miscommunication and a misunderstanding of how others around them make decisions. The good news is there’s a simple, bang-for-the-buck tool that you can use to head off these problems, and it’s called the DISC assessment.
As only the second woman in Sierra Tucson’s 36-year history to hold the facility’s top leadership position, Jaime Vinck was named Chief Executive Officer in December of 2017. She is an award-winning leader both internally at Sierra Tucson and within her industry. Among many topics, we discussed how to move an organization from tribalism to cooperation; re-channeling frustrations about bad and unfair press; and trends in de-criminalizing addiction. Enjoy!