We all know that growing a business is hard work. Lots of time you have to go against the grain from what you’ve been taught. Delegation is certainly one of those activities. Here’s some statements you might have running around in your brain:
I know, you’ve already gone to school and you feel that you’ve had enough. If that’s what you think, then you’re limiting what you can do with the largest asset you have.
Today's podcast features Randy Fox the editor-in-chief of the Planned Giving Center. Randy has been involved in philanthropic activities for over 20 years. He's known as one of the thoughtleaders in the philanthropic world.
Sometimes you have a business and you know there’s something wrong, but just can’t place your finger on it. Then, you look around and notice that every time a particular person walks in the room your stomach gets a little tight and you just don’t feel as well as you did before they walked into the room.
I like to talk about the concept of why when we’re creating a plan to help you achieve a big outcome. A big outcome is something that has a really big payoff and usually requires lots of time and effort.
I wish I had a better name for the process and would welcome all suggestions. For the time being, let’s just call it what, why, what, who, how.
Topics: personal growth
Today's podcat features Kevin Short. Kevin is the CEO of Clayton Capital Partners, a mergers and acquisition firm based in Saint Louis, Missouri.
Have you ever had the feeling that something is true but you just didn’t know why or even where the thought came from?
Here’s another question for you - have you ever had your spouse say this, “My gut is telling me this just isn’t a very good idea.”
When this happens, what do you do? I hope you take those feelings seriously. Let’s examine why you should.
Today's podcast episode features John A. Warnick. John A. is the founder of The Purposeful Planning Institute and a highly respected estate planning attorney based in Denver, Colorado.