In this episode, Stewart Fleming from Logan tells us what he does and what he thinks about recession. We also talk about Logan, the group Innovate Logan, the advantages of keeping things local, sharing resources and the mindset that we don't need to own everything anymore, innovating, the overall health of the economy, going from a materialism environment to a postmaterialism environment, having zero waste schools, his vision for Logan to not be just a drive-thru but the destination, and so much more!
Mental health, personal development and not burning out
Running a company requires more than just a business acumen, but also the attitude for success and ability to create positive business relations. Learn how you can become a better communicator, business owner, team leader and innovator, all for the purpose of attaining success.
How to Recession-Proof Your Mindset
This special podcast episode featuring business coach Tyson Sharpe first appeared on Business Built Freedom. Tyson helps business owners and CEOs basically understand what's happening in their unconscious mind when they see patterns of fears, doubts and frustrations arise so that they can start resolving internal conflicts and start having more success in business or in whatever ventures they're in. Check out Tyson's Facebook group Connect, Contribute, Collaborate.
Setting Your 2020 New Year Resolutions
The big year is upon us. We are going to be talking about how to make sure you have 20/20 vision in 2020. It's clever. You can't do that many times. So I'm going to say it as many times as I can. So we've got a pretty good episode today. I guess it's all around making sure that you have the appropriate goals for your New Year. How do you work out what your New Year's resolution is, and why do most of them fail?
Where to Find MIT Business Courses for Free?
Boston, Massachusetts houses two of the greatest universities in the world: Harvard University and MIT. They're actually across the river in Cambridge, but this is all basically one big city.
Improving Productivity Through Workplace Design
If there's anything you've ever learned from Ray Kroc, it's that there's always room for improvement in efficiency. The way that your office works and the way that you design your office around efficiency. Workspaces on improvements are always required to increase productivity. The reason these are really important is because you want to be the person that brings out the new McDonald's and I know that sounds corny, but ultimately when it comes down to it, if you're running an inefficient design, you're not going to be doing things anywhere near as quickly as you can. If you have to walk 10 steps to the printer instead of two steps to the printer or go up a flight of stairs to pick up a piece of paper and there are multiple problems with what I just said there. Why are you using paper? But unless you're trying to get your steps up and you're trying to be more efficient by exercising at work, you shouldn't be traveling that far and it comes to all different aspects of the way that you set up your office.