## Pareto’s Law for your Business.

Pareto’s Law Vilfredo Pareto was a 19th Century Italian economist and sociologist, known for his application of mathematics to economic analysis and for his theory of the “circulation of elites.” His first work, “Cours d’Economie Politique” (1896-97) included his famous Law of Income Distribution, a complicated mathematical formulation in which he attempted to prove that […]

## Styles of Coaching for every kind of Client

Do you remember the Push Me-Pull You, the fantastic two-way creature from the “Doctor Doolittle” stories? The “Push” style of coaching (also called Directive) gives instructions or directions. Coaches need to give clients a little push, offering clear answers or show them how to perform certain skills or ask some tough questions in order to keep […]

## How to Build an Entrepreneurial Mindset – Work ON your Business

WARNING: 20 percent of small businesses will fail within the first year of being open. With this statistic in mind – and if you’re still interested in starting your own business – you’ll need to have an entrepreneurial mindset. But if you haven’t been thinking like an entrepreneur, you may not know what this mindset looks like. […]

## Forming a Mastermind Group

According to Napoleon Hill, an American author in New Thought movement was one of the earliest producers of the modern Genre of Personal Success Literature. Hill’s works examined the power of Personal beliefs and the role they played in Personal Success, “The best laid plans are inert and useless without sufficient power to translate them […]

## The Profit Curve – Market Profitability

The profit curve of a firm is the total revenue (TR) curve less the total cost (TC) curve. these curves display the fluctuations of cost or revenue (Vertical Axis) at a given levels of output (increasing along Horizontal Axis). Along the section of the curve where Total Cost is below Total Revenue, the point at […]

## The Profit Curve – Product / Service Profitability

The profit curve of a firm is the total revenue (TR) curve less the total cost (TC) curve. these curves display the fluctuations of cost or revenue (Vertical Axis) at a given levels of output (increasing along Horizontal Axis). Along the section of the curve where Total Cost is below Total Revenue, the point at […]

## The Profit Curve – Sales / Marketing Profitability

The profit curve of a firm is the total revenue (TR) curve less the total cost (TC) curve. these curves display the fluctuations of cost or revenue (Vertical Axis) at a given levels of output (increasing along Horizontal Axis). Along the section of the curve where Total Cost is below Total Revenue, the point at […]