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5 Tips to Beat Your Biggest Business Obstacles

Written by Randy Taussig on June 8, 2017

The ability to solve substantive business challenges could be the most important skill your leadership team must master. It can either propel your business forward at light speed or, if done poorly, keep you orbiting through chaos and frustration.

Beating business obstacles is one of the most difficult skills to master, but when you do, magic happens!

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Is Your Business Running on Autopilot?

Written by Randy Taussig on May 8, 2017

The autopilot can be an aviator’s BEST friend. It’s precise, alleviates workload, and provides good peace of mind. All positive factors, but if the pilot isn’t careful, it could lead to big trouble!

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5 Reasons to Ditch Your Org Chart

Written by Randy Taussig on April 20, 2017

Most of my clients no longer use their organizational chart, replacing it with the Accountability Chart™ – a more powerful tool that clearly depicts the structural needs of the organization.

At first glance, the Accountability Chart may look like an org chart with a similar hierarchical feel, but that’s where the similarities end.

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Running Your Business on Instinct Could Kill Your Company

Written by Randy Taussig on August 15, 2016

You have probably heard the saying: “fly by the seat of your pants.” You can actually fly a plane by “feel,” but not when visual references are gone (i.e., flying through clouds).

Prior to entering the clouds, every pilot is taught to reference their instruments and ignore what’s going on outside the window. Simply put, our body indicators are not capable of providing accurate feedback with the absence of visual references. Trusting your instinct at this point could be deadly.

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Business Is Personal - And That's a Good Thing

Written by Randy Taussig on August 1, 2016


It’s not often that people cry during our offsite leadership meetings powerful all-day sessions where we help leadership teams focus on their business. After all, these are business meetings – not therapy sessions. But the flow of tears happens more times than I would have imagined before I started my coaching practice.

But it makes sense. My clients are passionate people who care deeply about their businesses. It’s more than just business it’s their lives!

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