Don’t put off until tomorrow what you SHOULD do today

August 28, 2017 7 COMMENTS

Woman silhouette watching sun in a sunsetby Dan Oswald

Benjamin Franklin once said, “Don’t put off until tomorrow what you can do today.” It’s good advice for all of us.

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Good company culture is essential to a business’ success

August 21, 2017 1 COMMENTS

Business People Meeting Corporate Digital Device Connection Concby Dan Oswald

“Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” It’s a statement attributed to Peter Drucker, the famed management guru, and a concept that many business leaders ascribe to. I like to quote it, and I want to believe it, but is it true?

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You are in control of your own legacy

August 07, 2017 3 COMMENTS

Vintage inscription made by old typewriterby Dan Oswald

I enjoy reading biographies. People’s lives fascinate me and most of the time are much more interesting than any piece of fiction. Over the years, I’ve read dozens, if not hundreds, of biographies of politicians, business leaders, and athletes.

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Follow these 5 tips for effective decision making

July 31, 2017 0 COMMENTS

Taking decisions for the futureby Dan Oswald

Life is full of decisions. Think for a moment about all the decisions you face at work in just a single day. You make many choices every day that affect your business. Depending on your exact role, you make decisions about people, projects, strategy, and more. A lot of choices.

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2017 goals update: There’s still time to accomplish what you set out to do

July 24, 2017 0 COMMENTS

Red Monthly Desktop Calendar: 2017by Dan Oswald

Have you ever noticed that as you get older, time seems to speed up? When I was a kid, a year seemed like forever. Now, not so much. We’re more than halfway through 2017. I know, it seems like we just celebrated New Year’s, and now we’re looking at the 4th of July in the rearview mirror.

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A company’s success comes from the team, not individual players

July 17, 2017 0 COMMENTS

Stack of hands showing unityby Dan Oswald

As a manager, would you rather hire a person who wants to do great work for a company or a person who wants to work for a great company? Think about it for a minute. There’s a difference.

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Understanding CEO pay is a matter of perspective

July 10, 2017 0 COMMENTS

Soon I'll be running this cityby Dan Oswald

You hear a lot today about CEO pay and how something needs to be done about it. That CEO compensation is out of hand. It’s spoken about as if it’s a wild, living creature that must somehow be tamed.

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Recent visit to Apple Store raises questions about the company’s customer service

June 12, 2017 5 COMMENTS

Angry young menby Dan Oswald

I recently had an experience that made me wonder, can a company become arrogant? We’ve all met arrogant people, but can a company be haughty or egotistical?

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Preds are on the power play! 4 lessons for creating ‘incredible’ work culture

June 05, 2017 1 COMMENTS

HOCKEYHOCKEYPredFlagby Dan Oswald

You may have noticed that the Nashville Predators are playing in the Stanley Cup Final. Probably not a big deal to many, but it certainly is here in Nashville. This city is afflicted with Predators fever.

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President Trump’s growing pains could benefit from business lessons

May 22, 2017 3 COMMENTS

Donald Trump and Governor Mike Penceby Dan Oswald

If he has learned one lesson in his four months as president, Donald Trump has certainly discovered that the scrutiny he receives as the “leader of the free world” and one of the most powerful people in the world is much greater than anything he has experienced previously. President Trump, long known for his publicity-seeking ways before he took office, has to be wishing for a few quiet days without attention. Unfortunately, that’s not in the cards for him for the foreseeable future.

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