Georgia Simmerling set a goal of getting to the Olympics. Maybe not a crazy goal as she’s been there before. But wait! She set a goal of getting to the Summer Olympics in cycling. A totally different sport from ski cross in the Winter Olympics.
Since setting her eyes on that prize she has worked tirelessly to achieve the objective.
This article shows that things are paying off as she keeps her eyes on the prize.
In our businesses, we need to set goals as well. But setting them isn’t enough. Are you doing the work to succeed?
Go Georgia Go!
Posted on Aug 26, 2015 by Wardell Admin
How to Double the Value of Nearly Any Business
By Mark Wardell, July 8, 2015
Takeaway: A framework for increasing the value of any business by transforming it into a thriving, turn-key operation.
Posted on Jul 7, 2015 by Wardell Admin
One person’s return is another’s bargain: BigBox Outlet caters to shoppers who love a deal
Read the Financial Post article about a client here.
Posted on Jun 5, 2015 by Wardell Admin
Business Growth requires training! NYIT and Wardell partner to deliver.
Wardell International and the New York Institute of Technology have signed an agreement to deliver Vancouver’s first Executive Education, specifically for Professionals serving the SME (Small-Medium sized Enterprise) market, such as Accountants, Business Coaches, Financial Advisors and Board members.
Participants will receive an accredited business education (like a condensed MBA) in the context of an Advisor’s role. The program is delivered in a dynamic, interactive learning environment with an emphasis on real case work, taught by seasoned business advisors, as well as special-guest lecturers.
Course materials will consist of 6 modules covering the areas of Leadership, Management, Marketing, Finance, Operations, and Sales. And participants will utilize ManagementDriver, an on-line Business Management Platform, to implement their work.
Posted on May 25, 2015 by Wardell Admin
A manager by definition is “a person who supports, activates, and is responsible for the work of others.” (Management 2nd edition 2011, Schermerhorn and Wright)
This definition is repeated in various forms with the same connotation in management textbooks across North America.
Posted on May 14, 2015 by Wardell Admin