December 8, 2016

Day of the Wire: If It All Came to An End Today How Would You Feel?

Perhaps the most significant inflection/reflection point for a business owner is the “Day of the Wire,” a day I’ve lived out twice in my life. It’s […]
December 1, 2016

The Cash Formula that Will Save You from Bad Decisions

Cash balance + Projected monthly collections − Monthly cash expenses = Growth decisions This, my friends, is the single most important monthly calculation that you, as […]
November 22, 2016
Randy Nelson Bored Entrepreneur

The Bor-e-Gaged Trap

Bor-e-gaged…what in the world does that mean? I look at the entrepreneurial attention span as a short continuum that stretches from bored to engaged. My made-up […]
November 17, 2016
Randy Nelson Business Planning

The Second Decision and Your Company’s Future

By now, you’re more than likely familiar with what I call, the second decision – deciding where you want your business to go next and how […]
November 10, 2016
Randy Nelson CEO Education

Entrepreneurial Education is a Competitive Edge

No matter your viewpoint on formal education, continued entrepreneurial education is very, very important – not only for your business(es) but for you as an individual. How […]
November 3, 2016
Randy Nelson Leadership Success

Five Ways to Succeed with Your Plans

It may still be a couple of months away, but I’m already thinking about the New Year.  As we know, many go into the first day […]
October 27, 2016

Company Core Values

Your vision for starting your company was no doubt built on a set of values that you feel strongly about. Entrepreneurs, being the visionaries and creators […]
October 20, 2016
cost of goods sold

COGS – nizance….What’s That??

If you’ve read my book or articles you’ll know that I’m a big believer in being in tune with your COGS, or cost of goods sold […]
October 13, 2016

Four Types of Leader – Which One Are You?

When we talk about entrepreneurs or successful business leaders, some tend to believe that certain people are just born with those abilities or interests. I’m not […]