Entrepreneurs, Drummers, and Merry Christmas

On my way home from driving my daughter to school last week a particularly beautiful rendition of “The Little Drummer Boy” came on the radio.  The song has always has always touched me deeply, portraying that one with seemingly nothing to offer could offer so much.  A new thought struck me on this hearing—the message of the Dru

Great Lessons Learned from Grandma

This week I traveled to Pagosa Springs, Colorado for the Annual Rogers’ Family Reunion.  As some of the organizers talked about the great ancestry we came from I reflected on some of the important things I had personally learned from my grandmoth

3 Real Costs of Regulation Realized This Summer

How many times have you heard how much regulation costs the economy?  How many graphs have you looked at that show the rate of lost GDP due to    

The Devil in the Details

We have often heard the phrase, “the devil is in the details”.  Usually this relates to contracts that have a lot of legalize in them and are very complex.  On the

Cash: Your Best Friend and Biggest Blinder

Cash is the lifeblood of any business venture. Without it, entrepreneurial ideas are not turned into reality. With it, a company is able to prosper and grow. As the saying goes, “Cash is king.”

Allegory of the Cave

Variation on Plato’s “Allegory of the Cave”

Short vs. Long-Term Results: How Do You Prioritize?

Whichever you are more focused on means you are likely neglecting the other.

Integrity & Keeping Promises to Yourself

Last week one of the members of #tmfit, a group of individuals that hold each other accountable in quest of various health and fitness goals, posted an article titled: Check the Boxes.


This past year I’ve been working with a number of small companies who are interested in selling their business. My experience in getting the best value (which means money, right?) is to follow a few key things in your business:

Selling is more about others than yourself

Are you a sales person?

Recently, I had had the opportunity to attend Utah TechX, a program intended to help small businesses accelerate growth.  There have been many benefits from attending this training.