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Sep 04

Executing Your Projects

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Jul 15

Hearing Tough messages from Colleagues

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One of the most important aspects of our leadership is developing and demonstrating good listening skills, especially when we are challenged by the negative message. Most of us misjudge how well we encourage others to express concerns. Often, we send signals that we don’t want to hear bad news.

Jul 03

Raise Prices?

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In today’s environment, many businesspeople face tremendous cost challenges. Increasing commodity prices, transportation, pressure to increase staff wages, and surging gasoline prices are creating a lot of pressure.


As a result, many businesspeople are raising prices on their customers. The prophet Amos accused some people of wanting “to make the bushel smaller and the shekel bigger” (Amos 8:5 NASB).


I recently purchased a product and noticed that the price had gone up while the size of the container had gotten smaller! We, as consumers, often feel we are getting less, while paying more. As businesspeople, we need to live with the reality of increasing costs while understanding our customers’ perspective.


Customers are concerned with value, not your cost. This places us in a dilemma: how do we deal with our rising costs without losing our customers?

Jun 19

Do You Have a Strategy to Get Customers?

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Tom, Owner of Pine Tree Construction, chased every bid opportunity, spending untold hours preparing detailed bids ranging from large commercial buildings to small private job and from custom homes to remodel work. Tom would even bid as a subcontractor when the opportunity arose.  


The problem? Tom lacked a strategy to determine in advance what work he should bid on and what opportunities he should let pass by.  

Jun 15

Reacting to Competitive Threats

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Mike and Sandra owned and operated Horseshoe Lake Restaurant for 15 years. Business was steady and profitable with the summer residents and tourist guests. Then the Sugar Shack restaurant opened up one summer, offering a less-costly menu. One of the differences between the restaurants was that the Sugar Shack didn’t accept reservations, while the Horseshoe did.