The Necessary Slow Burn of Business Growth

The first Monday of each month, I dust off a favorite post from the Bennis Inc Blog archives and give you another chance to enjoy the wit and wisdom that’s been shared. Enjoy this month’s treasure – and if it inspires you – be sure to share it with family and friends! Consider this. Each spring it’s … Continue reading The Necessary Slow Burn of Business Growth

How to Stay Productive When Working from Home

More and more people are realizing the benefits of working from home and making the transition into a virtual work environment. The core benefits are obvious, but there are also pitfalls to avoid. The biggest is hitting unproductive roadblocks when you’re in full control (and fully accountable) for your own schedule. So what are the … Continue reading How to Stay Productive When Working from Home

5 Ways to Create a Culture of Empowerment (Guest Blog by Sarah Pike)

The following post comes to us from returning guest blogger, Sarah Pike. Sarah is a freelancer and teacher with a passion for sharing innovative ideas about entrepreneurship, productivity and company culture. Be sure to visit her author's bio below to learn more and connect! ———————————————————————————————— 5 Ways to Create a Culture of Empowerment If you’re tired of obscure strategies about more … Continue reading 5 Ways to Create a Culture of Empowerment (Guest Blog by Sarah Pike)

How to Ease the Transition to Working from Home (Guest Blog by Sarah Pike)

The following guest post comes to us from Sarah Pike, a Community Outreach Coordinator for BusinessBee, an innovative and resourceful company that helps small companies successfully manage and grow their businesses. Sarah is also a college writing instructor. Be sure to visit her author's bio below to learn more and to connect! ———————————————————————————————— How to Ease the Transition to Working from Home The … Continue reading How to Ease the Transition to Working from Home (Guest Blog by Sarah Pike)

The Necessary Slow Burn of Business Growth

Consider this. Each spring it’s common practice to burn the tall grasses of the prairie. The reasons for this man made fire are those to benefit the prairie and it’s natural habitat – to remove old growth, put nutrients back into the soil and promote new growth and abundance. The prairie needs this fire to … Continue reading The Necessary Slow Burn of Business Growth