Business Psychology – The Passion of Serving Others

Take it from someone who has tried and failed in starting and operating a business only motivated by the possibility of profits… get out while you still haven’t lost your shirt. Let me set the context a little here. While in grad school for business, I was taught from a corporate perspective on how and […]

Consulting Business from the Inside – You Are Your Own Worst Enemy

As I write this post, I’m coming off of working a late night. I took on a part time job about three months ago to supplement the earnings from my consulting business. I love it, but it’s opened my eyes to some things that I became blind to over the years. One of the main […]

How Does Productivity Work in a Small Business

As I sat in thinking about writing this post, I could not help but think about Radric Davis and Percy Miller. What the??? Who the??? you may be asking. Well, you may know them by their stage names of Gucci Mane and Master P. What do these individuals have in common with productivity especially in […]

Consulting Business From the Inside – Part Two

Now that we got the foundation set (see Consulting Business from the Inside – Part One), let’s fast forward to 2008… I got myself fired from the bank. Long story short, I thought I knew more than what I knew. I didn’t want to humble myself to new management and presto, I got fired. As […]

Productivity and Small Business

Webster’s dictionary defines ‘productivity‘ as the quality or state of being productive. Taking it one step further, productive is defined as yielding result, benefits, or profits. Now for sake of being fair, the definition selected for productive is in the context of business… at least from a Western perspective. Ok, where are we going with […]