I posted this article almost 5 years ago and I’ve decided that it’s time to update it based on my more recent experiences. Let me first start by saying that what I wrote 5 years ago, still stands true today. When it comes to management and leadership, there is one attribute that is almost always forgotten: Truth. People don’t understand or realize the value and importance of Truth. Let me tell you why it’s crucial to each and every organization. What is Truth So what do I mean by this thing I call ‘Truth’. Dictionary.com has numerous definitions but my favourite has to be: […]
It has now been about 7 months since the last time I updated my blog and clearly my focus has been a little unfocused. Its time to refocus!
I’ve decided to yet again refocus my blog on leadership, business operations and business strategy. I’ll probably blog very little about mobile telecommunications technology for the time being.
One of the key aspects to a successful business is “FOCUS”. This is especially key to new or small businesses. Too many startups and SMBs follow all types of business leads that may not be their main focus spreading them out too thin and diluting their limited resources. This is especially true for the many social media startups that are popping up these days. The main reason for this is that it’s too hard to say no to guaranteed revenue. When approached by a prospective client ready to pay-up for products or services, it’s way to difficult to reject their […]
Decision-making is an important aspect of daily personal and business life. Decisions are made all the time, from deciding to buy a coffee in the morning rather than have the free office coffee to deciding to watch that episode of “House” rather than sleep at midnight. However, so many times, decisions are delayed and not made. Regretfully, delays in decision-making usually come at a cost. The cost of delays in decision-making A lack of a decision almost always results in a cost to the organization. Most common impacts are: wasted effort of team working on incorrect priorities unfocused activity that […]