Roundpeg isn’t just about finding a fit for myself, it is also about finding a “fit” for my clients. After too many years in the corporate world looking at easy, cookie-cutter, one size fits all approaches, I knew small businesses needed something different. So Roundpeg is about helping business owners find a strategy that fits. And finding that perfect fit for each client is not a simple straight line from start to finish.
Problems, we all have them. Personal ones, work-related ones, corporate ones, everywhere you look there are issues. Sometimes we try to run from them or avoid them for as long as we can, but that strategy usually ends up backfiring on us in the long run.
Sometimes clients take some time away, keep these things in mind when a long-lost client comes back to transition back into a happy, healthy working relationship.
Small activities can prevent you from doing the great things you set out to do. Don’t get stuck on the small stuff, set aside time and follow through. If we spend too much time on the wrong things, there is no energy, time or resources left over for the really great things. The things which will move your company forward. So how do you find time for the great things?
Monday morning after the Super Bowl, I’m less concerned with the outcome of the game and more interested in who the advertising winners and losers were. With 30 second spots selling for a record-breaking $5 million there is a lot riding on every single ad. So who scored big, and who fumbled on the five-yard line?
Focus is difficult enough to achieve without pounding vibration of jackhammers or sheds collapsing outside your window. With construction coming to completion around the ‘peg, I’ve developed a few survival tactics and organizational skills.