Karma is real! Update from my trip

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Karma is real for sure. What a week I had in Belle Glade this year. As I mentioned to you last time, giving back should be wired in what you do everyday. It really pays back dividends in ways you would never imagine. This week I am going to share 3 ways the kids truly took it another level.

  • Simple things
  • Cheap
  • No effort


Pay it forward and see what happens!

Pay it forward

A little know secret not many people know about is paying it forward. As I reflect this week on my yearly trip out to Belle Glade Florida (one of the poorest cities in Palm Beach County), it is amazing how content people can be with so little. The lives of the people we come in contact with during my missions trip don’t have much, but their children are truly happy kids.

How you run your business, can make a difference. Read on to find out how to make your business blossom (this stuff really works)…


Read this: 3 proven ways to outsmart your competitors

Outsmart & Win
Ever wonder why your competitors always seem to do better than you?  Why is that person down the street always busier than me?  Why are customers not coming back to my store?  How can I keep growing by business sustainably every month?  These are all great questions to ask…  In my years of helping people like you become even more successful it boils down to 3 things:
Read more to find out what they are…


Are you sick? 3 secrets to keep your business going

Sick? That never happens to me, right?  Wrong!  Even this week as I got a cold, it was one of those 2 day quick colds.  On day three it happened, I had acute laryngitis and in an instant my voice was gone.  I could not speak for two days…  not a peep.  Why does this matter to you?  It got me thinking that many people could have their businesses interrupted by being sick.  Keep on reading as I share my 3 secrets to keeping your businesses humming while you are sick.


Why not me? You ask… Why yes you! Let me tell you why you!

Why not you? Why?  Over the last several months I have been covering basic improvement tips that apply directly to all types of business sizes and types.  Starting today I will mix it up a little bit, by talking to the medium to large business owners or anyone who wants to improve their functions.  Why not you?  You are out there….  every day you come to work and there are things that you know could be done much better…  Things can be tweaked a little bit to improve your daily life at work.  Why not you?  Take the first step and make a decision to start today,.
Here are three things to help you stand out from the crowd, give yourself a chance to make a change:
1) Be alert
2) Get moving
3) Don’t slip
Read on!  You don’t want to miss this…


The time you wished your son said: “hey Dad I broke it…”

Yup, it happened to me this past weekend.  About to have a party for my daughter, and she goes: “Hey Dad the toilet is leaking”…  Silence….  Followed by… Are you kidding me???  Guilty look from the son… I didn’t do it… When deep down you know it was him. Cracked toilet tank, and water everywhere.
You may be wondering at this point, what does this have to do with process improvement?  Let me enlighten you!


Be transferable, 3 ways to improve your business in 30 days

Being repeatable is not enough to win at business, you must be able to transfer it to others.  Not everyone will have the same standards that you have…  Ask people to make a cup of coffee, and there are literally 1,000 ways to make it.  How do you ensure that this knowledge is transferred properly?  This can be done with proper documentation.  Written documentation is called a procedure, and there are the more visual ones you see in restaurants.  This one has pictures, so the person making it has a visual reference on order, ingredients, and visual construction.


Repeatability: where to start? Find out here

As I mentioned in the last post, there are 3 keys to success in any business.  Have you found yourself with a talented team, but can’t seem to make your product or service consistently? Ah! Repeatability is the key you are missing.  But how do I make my process repeatable?  Don’t overthink a process by the way…  It’s just a logical sequence of steps that create something.