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Jim Blasingame
A CEO’s primary job is to determine the long-term direction of the company, but unfortunately, most small business CEOs spend too much time managing and too little time on executive thinking. » More
Jim Blasingame
A written business plan is an assembly of facts, ideas, assumptions, and projections about the future. Planning is measuring your business motion against the baseline of assumptions and projections... » More
Jim Blasingame
In the marketplace, productive chemistry between people and organizations has long been known to be critical for sustaining successful performance. To achieve the level of success you want, conside... » More
Jim Blasingame
On Main Street, a niche is your customers’ evolving expectations looking for a home. And if there were ever two things perfectly suited for each other, it’s the niche and small business. Does your ... » More
Jim Blasingame
As you relaunch your business post-pandemic, brainstorming could be the essential difference between surviving and, well … you know. Here are some tips to quickstart your team's creative juices. » More
Jim Blasingame
In the marketplace, a company's special sauce isn't what's on a McDonald's Big Mac. It's a level of performance that manifests beyond standard expectations and is produced by highly engaged employe... » More
Jim Blasingame
Fourteen hundred and forty -- the number of minutes in a day. Since we can make more money, arguably the greatest challenge of any small ... » More
Christopher Bishop
Outsourcing major tasks and special projects can be powerful in helping a growing business. » More
Jim Blasingame
In the marketplace, productive chemistry between people and organizations is has long been known to be critical for sustaining successful performance. If you're not having the level of success you ... » More
Jim Blasingame
What is organizational special sauce? It's an engagement sweet spot that produces results beyond expectations and projections – quantum leap performance. The question is, how is it achieved? » More