Many people dream of having their own business. It’s an idyllic dream where they only work when they want to, they only have to do the parts they enjoy, everyone works as a team, there are plenty of profits for them to take out of the business, and consumers love their product […]
In Part 1, I explored The Gig Economy’s role in Specialty Food from the company’s perspective. In Part 2, I’m talking to The Gigger (AKA Independent Contractor), about their role.
Read both articles to maximize your understanding of each other’s position and deepen your relationships.
There are two types of giggers. The […]
It had to happen . . .
Sooner or later there had to be a new tax ruling that had unintended consequences.
Here’s what happened: The rumor mill started grinding the grist of the who’s an Independent Contractor (a.k.a.: self-employed) and who’s an Employee under the new IRS Tax Code. […]
What’s the one thing that’s keeping you from experiencing your ideal vision of success?
I call this the x-factor, the one thing that’s primarily blocking you from experiencing unimaginable success.
Success is Achievable:
How amazing would it be to pinpoint the one thing that minimizes your success? To uncover the core patterns of your daily […]
Reading this will cost you approximately 5 minutes of your life. What’s your time worth? Is that the “value” of this article? No, that’s just the initial investment.
Every time you introduce yourself, your company, product, or service, you’re inviting people to make a decision about your worth. Many people do not realize that […]
Coaching is all the rage. Perhaps your Realtor or Financial Advisor calls himself your coach. Don’t fall for it. Anyone who makes a profit off your decision is not a “coach”. Or perhaps you’ve noticed life coaches who specialize in relationships, healthy lifestyles, retirement options or life transitions. These personal […]
How do you measure success? Do you determine your success factor by the number of paying clients you have each day? Or the number of coaching calls you completed at the end of the work week? Measuring success requires a deeper understanding of what creates success, how to manage the core elements that […]
By Joseph Grano
Crises are inevitable. Every organization at some point will be confronted with a crisis communications challenge, whether internal or external. Ultimately, it’s our ability to manage and navigate through this challenge that will define us as leaders. While much has been written about this topic, there are a few core tenants to follow […]
by Ingrid Bens
Anyone who supports people through change knows that resistance crops up all the time. People push back on everything from altering their behavior to implementing needed next steps. Sometimes they vocalize their resistance, but more often they keep it to themselves. They pretend to go along, while deep down, they hang on to […]