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Most recent articles from John F. Dini’s weekly column on business ownership at Awake at 2 o’clock?

Exit Planning
It is time for a new direction. This marks my 400th posting to this site. I've enjoyed writing weekly about the daily issues and opportunities of business owners for almost ten years, but it is time for a change. The post A Transition to Exit Planning appeared first on Awake at [...]
Sun, Feb 12, 2017
Business isn't Zero Sum
In any negotiation, you can assume a win-win solution or a zero sum outcome. “Win-win” is defined as when both parties come out ahead or achieve what they seek. “Zero sum” is when the premise behind negotiation is that whatever one … Continue reading → The post Business isn't Zero Sum [...]
Sun, Feb 05, 2017
Stop Managing
Why would anyone advise business owners to stop managing? Management is a proven science. From the time and motion studies of Frederick Winslow Taylor in the late 1800s, to Matthew Kelly and Patrick Lencione's Dream Manager, we are constantly in … Continue reading → The post Stop Managing appeared first on [...]
Sun, Jan 29, 2017
Exit Planning in a New Political Environment
What does a new political environment mean for business owners who are planning to transition their businesses? Should you accelerate your plans, or slow them down? As I've said many times in this space and elsewhere, the biggest single factor … Continue reading → The post Exit Planning in a New [...]
Sun, Jan 22, 2017
Branch Mentality and Sanctuary Cities
Every multi-unit company suffers from branch mentality. I've worked with many, and no matter how much they promote a corporate culture and team spirit, branch mentality creeps in sometimes. It comes in two versions; the outposts' attitude and the headquarter's … Continue reading → The post Branch Mentality and Sanctuary Cities [...]
Sun, Jan 15, 2017

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