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COVID-19 Updates For Denver and Castle Rock Business Owners

COVID-19 Updates For Denver and Castle Rock Business Owners

How are you holding up? If you haven't yet done so, please do shoot me a quick note to let me know how your Denver and Castle Rock business is managing. Depending on the situation, I have lots of ways to help ... some of which I'll give you details about today. I will...

Solving Problems in Denver Businesses with Effective Solutions

Solving Problems in Denver Businesses with Effective Solutions

There's this idea out there among many wannabe Denver business owners that they have to come up with the next completely fresh idea in order to have a great business. Shows like Shark Tank (which I love) go towards creating this kind of mindset -- although the sharks...

Three Keys To Shorter Meetings For Your Business

Three Keys To Shorter Meetings For Your Business

Last week I wrote about working less and testing the 80/20 hypothesis for your Denver business work cycle. I'd love to know if you had a chance to consider putting this into practice, send us an email using the email icon at the top right-hand corner of our site when...

A Few More Common Marketing Mistakes Made By Businesses

A Few More Common Marketing Mistakes Made By Businesses

Seeing what has happened in our nation's fourth-largest city has been a sobering reminder of the fragility of life, and business. It's helpful to be reminded that threats and disasters can (and do) strike from directions that you might least expect. And while this is...

The Pareto Principle And Your Company’s Work Cycle

The Pareto Principle And Your Company’s Work Cycle

Slogging through the summer, and with the weather still hot, it can be really tempting to sort of press cruise control for the month of August until Labor Day hits us, and *then* really put that nose to the grindstone. But could it be that a rhythm of working a little...

Marketing Tips for Small Business Owners

Marketing Tips for Small Business Owners

As you may have heard, "Labor Day" originated during the time of 7-day workweeks of 12-hour days, in the late 1800's, as our country was in the throes of the Industrial Revolution. Times have certainly changed since then -- and our economy is no longer driven by the...

Why Price Reductions are Bad Positioning for (Almost) Any Business

Why Price Reductions are Bad Positioning for (Almost) Any Business

Our hearts remain with those in Houston and, now, South Florida, who has been dealing with such a massive disruption of their lives -- and during a time of year that is already one of the busiest. The IRS has set up a "catch all" page for those cleaning up from...

Let’s Talk About Your Business…

Let’s Talk About Your Business…

See, relative to their income, the rich are frugal. They save and invest. They spend less than 65% of their take-home pay on day-to-day expenses.