As business owners, the statistics are NOT good.

According to the Small Business Association (SBA), 75% of small businesses will not survive 5 years.  The sad truth is that those that survive 5 years are likely not going to live to 10 years.  Over 90% of small businesse...

Commingling is risky.

One of the most important things you can do as a small business owner is to separate your business expenses from your personal finances.  According to a 2015 TD Bank Survey, 56% of small business owners use their checking account for both personal...

No matter how hard we want to, there’s one thing we can never do and that’s change the past. We can weep, beat our fists against the wall, or eat bags of cookies to assuage the guilt, but it won’t make the slightest bit of difference and won’t make us feel any better....

You work hard to grow your business. As an owner, you wear a lot of hats and do what it takes, no matter what the sacrifice. But, if your cheese has holes, the future of your company may be at risk. Most businesses fail in today’s market because of one or more of these...

September 24, 2018


Throughout my career, I've strived to stay consistent about consistency. Even the best business plans will fail without a dedication to consistency. 

If I say I'm going to do something, I do it. If I say I'm going to be somewhere, I'm there. If I...

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