If you find challenging conversations, erm, challenging, this framework might help you - it's one a client of mine uses to keep him on track. For a more in-depth look at how to tackle a challenging conversation read this blog I wrote
End of the financial year is here for us Kiwis (Australians, yours is not too far away in June and North Americans, you're halfway through yours). A lot of people use New Year's Eve to take stock of their past year and what goals they'd like to
At Business Changing, we work with clients of all types - from start-ups and those in growth phase to some very, very successful ones. I have been thinking about our most successful clients and have noticed they all share certain personal traits - 16
At the end of last year, NZ Business magazine asked Zac to write about the importance of starting the year off with a solid business plan. Business plans are something Zac is PASSIONATE about so of course he was keen! Read what he has to say on
In late January, Zac spoke with John Lee Dumas (JLD) who hosts the # 1 award winning business podcast, Entrepreneur On Fire. Some real legends have been on this podcast like Tim Ferriss, Tony Robbins, Gary Vee, Barbara Corcoran and our own Rod Drury.
I read this and thought it was really interesting hearing about the view on some of the well known companies making massive (mammoth) losses. I do wonder how long they will be able to make losses for vs the cashflow they have from investors (there
Whether you have been promoted at work, want to stand out amongst colleagues, bought a new business or are facing some urgent need to change your firm, there will be a right and a wrong speed to make changes. Everybody wants to stamp their
I recently read about a software company that had an average user value of $200 per month - a rather reasonable recurring income when you have more than 50,000 paying customers! Curious, I researched another competing software company in the