I used to read every business book, advice book and self-help book I could get my hands on. I took every opportunity to learn from successful people. I’ve had lunch with Warren Buffett, breakfast with Fr. Theodore Hesburgh, and met (and heard speak) Lou Holtz, Harvey McKay, John McCormack (former Inc. Entrepreneur of the Year), and countless other entrepreneurs and CEOs. I soaked up the advice, asked questions, took notes, and revisit them on occasion. My searching has waned. It’s long since time to implement. For what it’s worth, here are the biggies I’ve retained.
I’m a businessman, just like you. I’ve been a business owner since 1997. Not that long, I guess, but long enough to make some mistakes and learn a few things. I founded a consulting business and purchased this publication. I’ve also invested in other businesses, commercial real estate, oil and gas, and publicly traded securities. […]
Since 2002, I’ve written nearly every article published in The Business Owner Journal. Doing so has pushed me to think, learn and write. I’ve enjoyed it immensely. Given this is the last issue, I can’t help but reflect. Some of the more tangible highs have been warning people of scam companies. Over the past 12 […]