A Calm CEO is a Clear CEO: How to Master Your Brain

BY Eddy Hood IN inspiration ON Aug 23, 2018

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The success of your organization is entirely dependent on your psychology as the CEO. If your psychology is poor, your business will be poor.  In this article, we're going to explore how your brain is ultimately at the root of most successes and failures within your organization.  

One of my early clients, we won't name names, had poor psychology and his business suffered from it every day. I remember attending meetings with him and his team on a weekly basis and feeling very uncomfortable with his remarks. He would often say things like:

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Management Versus Mentorship: How This Entrepreneur Strikes A Balance

BY Tami Brehse IN client spotlight, management, inspiration ON Aug 9, 2018

Tahnee Elliot was working as a receptionist at a law firm while finishing up college when she asked her boss for time off for spring break. The answer would change the course of her career.

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7 Entrepreneurs Who Were Broke When They Started

BY Tami Brehse IN entrepreneurs, inspiration ON Aug 2, 2018

One of the toughest parts of starting a business is figuring out how to fund it. If you don’t have a teeming trust fund or a lineup of angel investors waiting to hand you their cash, it can feel like an uphill battle.

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How This Developer Grew Her Traffic By 3,000 Percent In Three Months

BY Tami Brehse IN entrepreneurs, inspiration ON Jul 26, 2018

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If you’ve ever needed to edit a PDF file on the fly, there’s a very good chance you’ve typed ‘free PDF editor’ into Google. And, if you’ve done that, there’s also a very good chance you’ve used Sophie Knowles’ product.

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Client Spotlight: Helping Entrepreneurs Thrive With Onebook

BY Tami Brehse IN client spotlight, entrepreneurs, inspiration, business ON Jul 19, 2018

Every entrepreneur has to start somewhere; it’s a fact Michael Shoup and Paul Shearer know all too well. 

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Client Spotlight: Leading A Team Through A Major Transition With Affect Digital Media

BY Tami Brehse IN client spotlight, entrepreneurs, management, inspiration ON Jul 5, 2018

It’s not unusual for a new year to signify change. For most businesses, the new year typically brings fresh challenges, goals and ideas. But for Affect Digital Media—then known as Advocate Digital Media—2018 meant more than just a new set of sales goals or a motivational message from the corporate office.

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This Multi-Million Dollar Business Solves Every Driver’s Nightmare: Parking

BY Tami Brehse IN entrepreneurs, inspiration, Profitability ON Jun 28, 2018

The year was 2006 and Charles Cridland was walking through his native London. As he made his trek to the train station on foot, he silently bemoaned all the private driveways and parking spots sitting empty that he passed along the way.

Suddenly, a thought hit him. The spots weren’t being used, but they belonged to someone.

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How This Office Supply Entrepreneur Bounced Back From The Brink Of Bankruptcy

BY Tami Brehse IN entrepreneurs, inspiration, business ON Jun 21, 2018

In the early 2000’s, Vladimir Gendelman was working in his computer repair shop when a customer came in with a very specific request. He wanted folders that were customized for his business.

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This Entrepreneur Built A Business On Preserving The Chicago Skyline

BY Tami Brehse IN Profitability, entrepreneurs, inspiration ON Jun 14, 2018

If you’ve ever worked with a contractor to update your home, you know how trying the process can be. For every successful project, there are a dozen other horror stories: contractors that go MIA, projects where costs balloon infinitely, mistakes that plague the homeowner for years into the future.

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The Million-Dollar Idea Inspired By A Universal Parenting Problem

BY Tami Brehse IN entrepreneurs, inspiration ON May 3, 2018

Million-dollar ideas can happen anywhere. Lisa Pinnell’s happened among the produce and gallons of milk in the aisles of her local grocery store.

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