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The most expensive tax mistake is failing to plan. Planning is the key to beating the IRS, legally.I don’t care how good your accountant is with a stack of receipts on April 15. If you didn’t know you could set up a Section 105 plan and write off your kid’s braces as a business expense, []

I was talking with Tony about his benefits consulting company when he shared his biggest struggle. (Disclosure: Tony was a former business coaching client for three years.) “David, how do I get my sales people to spend more time in the field actually selling?” I understood Tony’s frustration. He knew that the success of his []

You’ve likely had this experience. You just closed the deal. You and your team are sharing hi-fives around the office. You’re mentally counting your profit on the deal and the thrill of the new customer you’ve brought on… then you get that email canceling the deal. What happened? You likely missed a key step in []

I was giving a keynote address to a group of medical practice business owners when one of the people in the room came up to me after and shared about his cash flow challenges. His practice was generating just shy of $3 million dollars a year in revenue, but he felt anxious because he never []

“David,” my client asked, “How do we increase of volume? We’ve been struggling ever since we lost that one big account.”   This is such a common situation for a professional services firm to deal with – a painful need to quickly grow revenues. Considering that for most professional services firm, whether they be a []

Do you have an open position that you just can’t seem to fill? Over the 30 days this has turned out to be a real hot spot for our business coaching clients – recruiting more effectively to find the right people for you your open seats on the bus. In fact, I was talking with []

Brian grew up in business. His dad, Ronnie, started the manufacturing firm, his mom, Marge, ran much of the administrative and financial aspects of the company, and family life revolved around the company. Brian studied engineering and earned his degree. After college he came back home and went to work for the family business, quickly []

In a few weeks I’m going to be speaking at a one-day conference on scaling a medical practice in Tampa. As I was preparing for this event I started writing out my best suggestions to help a medical business refine and strengthen its core systems. What I realized was this methodology would apply to any []

On a recent web enabled round table with 12 of my top business coaching clients we dived deep into the subject of developing your key staff members. What became clear that a big part of our job on our respective companies’ payroll was to develop our respective teams to grow as producers, team members, and []

You know you need help to get even a fraction of your to do list done, but unless you have deep experience on how to best leverage the admin help you have in the office, often it feels like more work to get someone else to take things off your to do list. You say, []

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