In a letter to the editor published in Techniques (March 2018), I asked the question, "What if ACTE was an interwoven part of the new teacher process?"
In December, at [ACTE’s CareerTech... read more
This should be tracked weekly.
Selling price of each unit x number of units sold
How much are you spending on marketing? The answer should never be 0.
Sales... read more
Goal setting is the single most powerful tool a small business leader can wield.
Great leaders recognize goal setting as a motivational tool and it is a significant part of a leader’s tool kit, used... read more
Feb. 2, 2018 – Like thousands of local high school seniors, MNTC Biotechnology student and Moore High school senior Raven Wells will graduate this May and looks forward to starting a new education... read more
The terms “coach” and “consultant” are sometimes confused because the services they provide intersect in the growth and shoring up of a business, but they actually mean two significantly different... read more
One time management technique we do not use enough is simply saying no. We are quick to say yes, giving away our time, then we wonder why we have no time left for what we want.
If you find your... read more
Continuous improvement of any organization is impossible without trained employees. Untrained talent constipates organizations creating low agility and stagnant growth. The more sluggish an... read more
Long before you need a loan, it is helpful to develop a relationship with a loan officer. This gives you time to develop trust, learn in advance what information you will need when asking for a loan... read more
It is a beautiful thing when an employee puts to use a special talent or strength unique to their specific working style. When this happens, the individual is able to flow seamlessly from one task to... read more