How To Test a Disaster Recovery Plan

The things that cause us the greatest disruption are those that are the least expected.

The tragic events unfolding in Texas and the storm that is heading toward Florida are opportune times for us to ask an important question: How quickly would your business be able to recover from a disaster?

I’m going to go out on a limb and … Read more...

Automating Processes – Things You Need to Know Before You Start

We all have that one book that speaks to us. We feel as though it was written specifically with us in mind. That the author had a picture of us taped to the wall as the book was being written.

For me, it is Michael Gerber’s book, “The E-Myth Revisited.” The story of Sarah’s journey in her bakery was fun … Read more...

How To Make 2018 Your Best Year Ever

It may not seem like it, but by the time you read this, the first 1% of 2018 will already be in the books. All is not lost, however. There is still more than enough time to make this year your best ever.
It won’t happen automatically, though. There won’t be a knock at your door with someone wearing an
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A Simple Formula To See if a Company is Financially Sound

Whenever I used to see my grandfather, he would always ask me two questions. The first was, “How is business?” I would invariably say something like, “Good,” or “Fine.” The usual platitudes that make up most of what constitutes small talk. His second question was more important and not usually part of any small talk kind of conversation.

“How are … Read more...