Be the Business Leader,
You Want to Be!
Owning your own business should be liberating!
If you feel like your business is running you,
you are not alone.
Even when business is good it can be overwhelming, and when it is bad it is hard to know where to go. The economy is unpredictable, people are frustrating, and cash flow management is always a challenge. Learn how to operate in “the zone” – where you do well without doing more. In the zone, everything flows. Challenges are invigorating instead of overwhelming. Pressure transforms in to flow, and you feel unconstrained by time and resources. Learn how to do well without doing more.
Owning a business can be fun again.
Top athletes overcome many challenges to stay at the top of their game and in the zone. How? Have coaches to help with every facet of their performance. Consistent practice combined with constructive feedback and education from coaches and teammates ensures continuous improvement.
So be like a world class athlete and get a business coach to help you?
Don’t do it alone, it doesn’t have to be this hard!
1 to 1 Coaching
When you’re ready to…
- Make better business decisions
- Grow faster and smarter
- Learn “real” productivity
Collaborative Peer Groups
Marc’s groups are designed for top business leaders who shoulder the weight of their company’s most important decisions. Find out how an executive peer group can make you a more effective leader.
The Value Builder System™ is a systematic approach for helping improve the value of your business inspired by the book Built to Sell: Creating a Business That Can Thrive Without You. After analyzing more than 40,000 businesses, we discovered those companies with a Value Builder Score of 80 or more received offers that are 71% higher than the average business.
“The ROI on my Vistage investment has been significant. I greatly value the ongoing business learnings, speaker content and group camaraderie. But where I’ve benefitted the most financially is the result of the deep knowledge and broad networks of my Vistage Chair and fellow members. In two instances, I was facing an unanticipated crisis (an internet hack and a legal challenge) and the connections through my group saved me from significant losses of money and time. Without my Vistage network, I would have been Googling to find support providers. Instead, I had the benefit of pre-vetted professional support within a 24 hour timeframe in situations where a quick response was essential.”
Well, COVID has once more shaken our core processes and what “got us to here, is not going to get us to there.” To survive we have to adapt and change what we do.
For those who have not been following the disaster in the UK with the GCSE A-level exam results, here is a summary.
Special purpose acquisition companies (or SPACs) are back! They are not new, but become trendy during overvalued financial markets are frothy, e.g., before the last crisis and now.
On Monday, a court in California rejected Uber, and Lyft claims that they didn’t need to treat drivers as employees under AB5, a state law passed in 2019. Under AB5, there are three criteria a company must deem to meet to consider workers, independent contractor. More about where gig workers are in the economy, and what the trends look like.
Well, we have been working from home now for nearly five months and probably will continue to do so for another year. So what is the verdict?
COVID is leaving a trail of destruction across the country! Taking a closer look at effects in Commercial, Office, and Residential real estate…
Larry Kudlow is at it again. Last Sunday, on CNN, he said the economy is getting better, fast.
Working on an event with a not for profit that I recently joined, I posed two questions, “Who is our audience?” and “What do they want?” I figured that these were easy questions, but I was shocked when they couldn’t be answered.
We are all dealing with the impact of COVID. For some, business is soaring, others it is a struggle to survive. Whichever is impacting your business, it will impact compensation planning for 2020 and beyond. Yyour budget and plans as of March should be in the shredder and along with them your compensation structure.
COVID caused Congress to respond a few months ago, but now as the CARES Act and other protections expire, Congressional action is missing. Rather than pushing workers back into harm’s way and turning them into new sources of infections, we should seek to provide them with protections.