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What College Never Taught Me About Business

What College Never Taught Me About Business

June has been a busy month in our household with two graduations to celebrate; our oldest from college and our youngest from high school. As much as my wife and I are excited for the future that lay ahead of them, it is not without apprehension.

I have laid awake at night wondering if they are adequately prepared to enter the workforce and be the self-sustaining, contributing members of society we hope they’ll be. Regardless, I found myself writing a top ten list the other day of what twenty-eight years in business and adult life has taught me, with the thought that it will be needed soon.

Accountability Begins With Culture

Accountability Begins With Culture

“They just need to be more accountable!” my client railed, bemoaning the continued mediocre results from his sales team.

“Accountable for what?” I asked, though I knew the answer.

“For what?” he sputtered. “How about for results for starters! How difficult can it be to just go out and do your job?” he asked, shaking his head.