Entradas de] Ernane Iung

The 4 P’s of Outsourcing

Time is limited. I get that. You’d have to be a wizard with some kind of time-turning device to personally check all the boxes on an entrepreneur’s to-do list. And even if you could, why would you want to? This is a business, not a contest. Your objective should be to build the leanest, meanest, […]

Taking That Leap of Faith

Shortly after I decided to go into business for myself and was in the initial phases of doing a start-up of my own, I began the process of telling a few close friends and family members of my plans. This, of course, included my mother who, after a few moments of quiet consideration, said, “Why […]

Do like the Gov – Follow these Best Practices in Crisis management as shown by Florida Gov. Rick Scott

In the days leading up to Hurricane Irma’s arrival and subsequent to its landfall, Florida Governor Rick Scott gave the world and especially those of us who live in the state, a brilliant display of leadership as he commanded and corralled government and local forces to prepare for the potentially catastrophic arrival of the storm […]

Plan for the Unpredictable

In my book “The Success Factor” I share with readers how important it is to “Plan for the Unpredictable” as a means of insulating your small business or start-up from the perils of the unexpected. We are witnessing daily the importance of this notion as we watch the horrors of Hurricane Harvey play out in the […]

Want to Expand Your Social Capital? Do These 3 Things…

1. Say “Hello from the other side!” Given the reach of today’s digital world, anyone wishing to expand their Social Capital can do it easily just by following Adele’s advice, by saying “Hello from the other side!” What I mean by this is for you to use the reach and facility of social platforms to […]