You may be stuck in a love/hate relationship with fire drills. Here are 5 things you need to know.
If your small business has successful products, you’ve cracked your market, and things are selling — you’ll need to take a good hard look at your team, and your tech and your operations.
Many of us are all-too-familiar with the team member bottleneck. What does this bottleneck look like in your business? Here’s 3 common ways that it appears.
Do ideas tend to get scaled way back before they get implemented — or they fizzle before anything starts — or are tabled for “next time"? What is that? What's going on here?
How CEO bottlenecks tend to form — and, how to map a route out of the madness.
If you are the bottleneck in your own business, you may be wondering which systems in your business need to change. I unpack the 4 top systems in your business that can really cause a bottleneck with the CEO.
My interview on the Laura Sprinkle Show where we talk about CEO bottlenecks, ditching the MacGyver habits, and taking ownership of what's on your plate.
Tobi Fairley interviews me to talk about how bottlenecks form in businesses (and the framework to FIX them), how uncertainty makes us feel — and what surrender teaches us (if we're lucky).
I can tell you how to delegate. I can tell you how to make a design brief. None of that will work if you haven’t broken up with fire drills and the dopamine hit they give you.