As many of you are aware, this past summer I have been writing about a diversity of entrepreneurs in Prince Edward Island (PEI). What I have discovered is that we have some of the most brilliant and hardworking business owners … Continue reading
This past week, Joe and I were doing some strategic thinking with our dear friends, Brian and Barbara Tracy. One of our discussion items was around “trends.” I have always differentiated between an event (one isolated incident otherwise known as … Continue reading
A government bureaucrat becoming an entrepreneur (although not unheard of) is not a common occurrence. But that is just what happened with Kim Green, the proprietor of Kays Wholesale.
You can practice this activity to creatively demonstrate the interrelationships and importance of each team member – particularly at the end of the team’s work. It works well with five or more members and takes 10 to 20 minutes.