Tag: Entrepreneurship

Swing For The Fences!

In business, just like baseball, most people strike out far more often than they hit a home run. In fact, outfielder Ty Cobb has the highest career batting average (.366 over his 24 year career). In other words, the man who most efficient at hitting the ball struck out or fouled out more than 63% […]

25 Jan
Value Prop Design

Your Value Proposition is Not About You!

Today few business concepts are as topical and ‘buzzwordy’ as that of an organizations’ value proposition. The subject of constant debate and conjecture, a value proposition can be defined as a “positioning statement that explains what benefit you provide for who and how you do it uniquely well”. Here’s the thing: most people don’t care. […]

“I am Not an Entrepreneur”

“But I’m just not an entrepreneur”. You’d be surprised how often I hear that phrase as a business coach. You might not be surprised, as a coach, how many people I meet, and you might not be surprised how many of those people I meet that are unhappy. I meet a lot of people who […]