Posts By: Jack Klemeyer

3 Tips To Make The Money Work In Your Business

Why is it that so many small business owners (SBOs) avoid talking about money as if it were the plague? Many end up leaving their financial paperwork to pile up in the bottom of a stack on their desk all year long until tax time rolls around. Why wait until then to get it all together? (more…)

Setting Effective Sales Goals

Here’s a question that will probably make you wince. What are your company sales goals? Are you meeting them? Are they realistic? If you’re not cheering enthusiastically, time to keep reading. (more…)

Is It Truly Possible To Become Wealthy?

Many people go into business for themselves, work hard at their jobs, or try to find a side hustle because they want to become wealthy. But is that really possible? Is it even likely? (more…)

The Power of Words

Words, words, words. Powerful things that can make things happen, fall apart, transpire smoothly, or come to a dead stop. (more…)

What Do Your Numbers Say?

If you’re a small business owner then you have a dream. You can see it, you can feel it, you can taste it. Having the dream is the first step to making it a reality. But then what? (more…)

Changing Your Thinking Habits

Do you think you have good habits? What about your thinking patterns? I bet when I said “habits” you weren’t thinking about your thinking—and isn’t that the most important habit of all? (more…)

Nine Tactics to Champion Change

Change is required for the growth of a business. Knowing how to approach and manage it is critical. Here are nine strategies to champion change well. (more…)

Success Through Applying What You’ve Learned

Do you remember learning how to drive? I bet there was a long process you went through before you got your license. It’s that process that matters. Let’s reminisce a moment and see what we can learn from this experience. (more…)

One Word to Transform Your Life

Do you make resolutions for the New Year? How does that usually work out for you? If you find yourself giving up after 1, 2 or 3 weeks, you’re not alone. Too often, people just quit. (more…)