As we’re all aware, in today’s world simply sticking to your knitting is tantamount to a slow fall backward. Sticking to your knitting, may be viewed as staying the course and following a prescribed strategy. Yet I think ‘sticking to your knitting’ is in the process of being, well, redefined.
As I read through a number of articles and commentary this week, all coincidental in their timing, the notion of strategic development through experimentation came across loud and clear. …and it’s not just single-point success.
Discussing Pro Formas is a large topic. If you were not previously comfortable with the topic, this article may help.
That is the assertion I hear all to frequently in discussions involving new business startups. It is as though the listener, a new entrepreneur, is powerless to do anything about it. Cast a 20-sided die and, if your number comes out on top, you’ll succeed.
Don’t know about you, but those odds suck. And, it turns out, those odds are wrong.
This is a question you probably have asked yourself, at some point in your life. Odds are you have asked the question more than once. Once for each new job, each new profession, each new…
The question tends to be ‘professionally’ oriented when it is being asked. How long until you can consider yourself an experienced…whatever it is you are?
The book is a quick, light read, that is enjoyable. Most of us have ‘been there’ at some point. Not as happy as we could be, not as excited, perhaps dreading going to work. We’ve heard many of the things the book discusses, but being reminded (and in a fresh format) can be very useful.