Monthly Archives: February 2016

YOU, Inc Has More Than One Clock


This article is a continuation of Timing Can Make or Break Your Entire Business. In today’s economy, company’s operations and teams are spread across the globe. Maintaining a company’s rhythm and timing is crucial for an organization to achieve operational excellence, process efficiency and reduce costs. No longer can a large company have only one operations/support team. With global team in different time zones, each with different business process still must remain synchronized and communicate […]

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Can Timing Make or Break Your Entire Business?


Timing is vital to your business. Whether it’s a business plan, a negotiation, a customer relationship, a product launch, a presentation, a marketing campaign, a proposal, a production team, or an entire corporation, the more efficient your timing is the better off your business will be. Timing is vitally important to YOU, Inc. (your biology)  as well, because it must follow an endogenously generated almost 24-hour schedule known as circadian rhythm.  Circadian rhythm regulates and […]

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Are You At the Limit of Your Executive Performance?


When something goes wrong with your business, do you tend to bounce back or fall apart? Currently the business world is experiencing an unprecedented interest in pushing the boundaries of human performance and it has had some dangerous consequences A study by Dr. Michael Freeman, a clinical professor at UCSF and an entrepreneur as well, showed entrepreneurs linked with higher rates of mental health issues. Of the 242 entrepreneurs […]

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What Makes YOU, Inc. Go Round?


Why did you go into business? Pretty good chance, one of the reasons was to make more money. Typically, money represents wealth and gives you power to do what you want. Money derives value from being a medium of exchange, a unit of measurement and a storehouse for wealth. Currency is a form of money that’s circulated and used as a medium of exchanging value. Different countries use different currencies and knowing how to convert […]

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Manage Your Biological Balance Sheet


Edward Deming, the father of optimization taught Japan how to use process improvement to become the industrial power they are today. He showed that when a system performs a process, you can always quantify and measure different variables to find higher performing results, which can be taught to everyone else doing that process. When you combine process improvement (P.I.) and performance enhancement (P.E.) you get geometric growth and exponential improvements. Because, if a process improves […]

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