Learn to create effective strategy.
Discover tools to monitor performance.
Teach staff to “steer” your business.
Lower risk with controlled growth.
Mentor a manager to run operations.
Guilt Free Vacation
Take breaks for greater success.
Reduce stress, avoid accidents/illness.
Model “self care” to staff for culture shift.
Make family fun time a priority.
Plan a getaway to gain new perspective.
Clarify what you want and when.
Form an exit strategy within your business plan.
Align business/career/personal goals.
Be smart – plan your exit early.
It’s never too late to plan ahead.
Where to begin? Pick any point and begin, but do it TODAY!
Get the help you need from the Be Cause Business Team.
Be the Cause in your organization … “Be the wind, not a leaf!”
Sempert’s Drug, Myrtle Point Oregon – Larry Lenihan is transferring the pharmacy he’s owned for 30+ years to Michelle. Sempert’s leaders have regular meetings with John at Be Cause Business to set up management systems and implement financial measures.
“I’m the pharmacist taking over from Larry… I don’t have a business degree. I don’t know about financials, so John has helped a lot.” Michelle Petersen, purchasing pharmacist.
Sempert’s Drug, Myrtle Point Oregon – “This whole process of working with John has been extremely helpful and I think it’s value added for the store. It makes the store more of a turn key type of purchase.”Larry Lenihan, retiring pharmacist.
Weldon & Sons Building and Remodeling, North Bend, Oregon – “John has a way of ‘concretizing’ business concepts which previously had been difficult for me to talk about and understand.” Weldon Laiche, retired contractor.
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By John E. Anderson, MS DTM Master of Science, Management Understanding our brains better allow us to find agreement and build successful teams. By using the frontal coretex – amigdala circuits, I can support others identifying their interest and commitment to demonstrate excellence in completion of a project. We have the ability to […]
Business owners who prepare their venture for sale and keep it ready for transfer improve their return on investment. They are ready in the event of a great surprise offer or if some calamity occurs that could force a sale. If entrepreneurs design and build their Smart Exit into their strategic plan as an ongoing […]
Our automatic answer is YES, manipulation is a bad thing. Here is a great talk by Mark Bowden. He describes and demonstrates how overcoming natural human indifference towards strangers can enrich our lives.
Want a way you can steadily increase company value….? Do you have a smart phone? Hand your phone to your partner, an employee or colleague. Is there someone with you now? Right now? Go ahead, hand them your phone. Show them the camera app, video mode and record button. Now who are you? What do […]
By John E. Anderson, MS Management Vacations… ah vacations! And “GUILT-FREE” Vacations. ooh…. that’s what I want/need/crave…. Let’s pack a bag, and get away. I almost don’t care where and for how long, just soon or NOW! The “getaway” begins with a change of mind, a change of mood. Time, what […]
Entrepreneurs are confident in their abilities. Over confidence can lead to bad results. You have a specialized team for your business operations. Do you have a specialized team to assist with you concluding your current business? Practicing the alternative perspectives of subjectivity and objectivity can increase one’s understanding of the multiplicity of relative truths. You […]
Why write a business plan? There are two main reasons. A business plan helps entrepreneurs to improve operational sustainability while reducing risk. Banks and investors typically require a business plan to demonstrate the business has been carefully designed and possible difficulties have been identified and solutions considered. How to begin: Define your objectives. Are these […]
During times of great change, business-life is like being in rough seas wearing a life preserver. If we are thrown a lifeline, we must focus and catch it. Knowing what to focus upon and how to adapt to change can mean life or death to our business. Our customer and their sales purchases are like […]
Many people have lost jobs, savings and their homes. Everyone is being affected in some way. It appears that we are in the midst of transformation: financial, ecological and cultural. What could we as Early Words Toastmasters (and people everywhere) do to make a difference in our communities? A fundamental purpose of our club is […]
In the recording of this talk on June 29, 2010 at the Monticello Hotel, Longview Washington, I mention the recent passage of the 2,000-page financial industry reform bill which among other things called for 74 studies to be conducted. I propose that business associations, Chambers of Commerce and local governing bodies support and endorse widespread […]