All posts by: Chris Wise

It’s one thing to be motivated by purpose and impact, and it's another thing to actually be able to measure and see the impact you are making. When you combine purpose and impact with metrics and dashboarding it enables you...
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In this article I provide a quick recap of what conscious capitalism entails. I discuss the various benefits the framework offers and highlight the excellent results companies who have adopted the framework have had. ...
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Previously I highlighted the importance of self-care and self-love for business leaders, CEO’s, and entrepreneurs. I described the process and benefits of raising your love quotient, LQ, and how it can help you move past emotional hurdles that hold you...
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Do you actually know what’s going on in your business? Do you know what your sales for the last quarter were and how they compare with the same period last year? Which products performed best and which ones showed little...
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Stress, anxiety, chaos, disappointment and fear. As owners and entrepreneurs, we all experience these emotions at one point or another in our business journeys. It may be the fear that a check will bounce or that you won’t make payroll,...
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The first step is to clearly define your mission statement and then the second step is to find a metric that meets the three requirements above. When this is accomplished you create a more powerful organization that is centered around...
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Most CEO’s understand the importance of having consistent cashflow and being profitable but few have a plan and strategy that is scalable for managing this aspect of their business. Are you effectively managing your cashflow and profitability?...
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In this article I break down the topic of communication to demonstrate not only its importance in a business but I also provide an approach to achieving open lines of communication within departments and between people. ...
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When leaders and employees are encouraged to raise their love quotients it can have a positive impact on the corporate culture within and organization and may even help deter some of the harmful modern day work practices which can lead...
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Departments In my previous article I talked about the importance of people, roles and responsibilities and how having these in place is an important aspect of scaling. In this article I will discuss another important building block of scaling, namely...
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