A highly-debated question; Can an Integrator be effective when working remotely?

I talk to Visionaries and often other Integrators who firmly believe the Integrator needs to be on site full time in order to be effective. I have come to realize that at the heart of this questions is a lack of vision. Yes you heard me, I am accusing Visionaries and Integrators of having a … Continue reading A highly-debated question; Can an Integrator be effective when working remotely?

4 Steps to Successful Execution of a Strategy

Every year millions of entrepreneurs come up with great ideas. And every year they spend countless hours creating and re-creating detailed business and strategic plans. Often most of this effort goes to waste as entrepreneurs fail to follow through on their own well-thought-out plans. Read more...

2016, Is It Going The Way You Planned?

Have You hit your goals so far? Are your initiatives for the year on track for success? If you're disappointed with your results so far there's still time to make some critical changes and ensure your team is pulling in the right direction. If you were to ask the key people on your team if they … Continue reading 2016, Is It Going The Way You Planned?

Visionaries, Integrators and Investors Oh My!

  The release of the latest EOS book, Rocket Fuel by Gino Wickman and Mark C. Winters, has created quite a buzz in entrepreneurial circles. Thought provoking conversations, blogs and articles regarding Visionaries and Integrators are happening all around me. Having co-founded a business as an Integrator with my Visionary husband, I experienced firsthand the … Continue reading Visionaries, Integrators and Investors Oh My!

Why a Focus Plan?

There are millions of planning tools available to help the overly busy Entrepreneur get organized and help you be more productive. Project management, time management, alert systems, task lists and on and on. And for every new tool that comes on the market there are 10 others that have been tried, used and discarded. Not … Continue reading Why a Focus Plan?