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The 7 Deadly Sins of an Entrepreneur — Reprise

I make no claim that using the Seven Deadly Sins as a metaphor for business behavior is original. Of course, the original concept is a codifying of “undesirable” human behaviors, or sins. The work probably comes from the Latin word … Continue reading

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The Seventh Entrepreneurial Sin — Pride

Every business owner should be proud of his or her business. If you are the founder, you built every system, and probably landed the biggest customers. If you bought the business, you took what was in place and made it … Continue reading

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The Fifth Entrepreneurial Sin — Greed

Few small business owners identify with the bloated income of Wall Street Tycoons. To accuse an entrepreneur of Greed brings up memories of the Gordon Gekko 1980’s, when “Greed is Good” seemed to be the motto of 30-something Boomers focused … Continue reading

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The Second Entrepreneurial Sin – Gluttony

This is the third in our series about The Seven Deadly Entrepreneurial Sins. You can start from the beginning here. Gluttony is the second of the Operational Sins; those that reduce your personal effectiveness as an owner and the leader of your … Continue reading

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  1. John Meetz says:

    Good how can I sign up my members and select prospects to receive this weekly email?

    John

    • John F. Dini says:

      John,

      You can sign them up with their email, but they will still have to confirm when they get the opt-in from us.

      We sign our members up, and just send them an email saying we think they’d enjoy the column, and please accept the opt-in. Of course, they can unsubscribe at any time.

      Thanks!

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What’s in Your Leadership Golf Bag?

This is one of those posts that more or less insists on being written. Last week I started talking about the pronouns that help to define leadership styles. I felt that clearly I needed to bring in Daniel Goleman’s work … Continue reading

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  1. Frank Benzoni P.E. Retired says:

    John

    Great article and Happy New Year; Wishing for MORE of “Awake at Two O’clock”

    Frank

  2. Cathy Locke says:

    John,
    Would appreciate a self-scoring matrix that will help me see what leadership styles you use most frequently.
    As always, I truly enjoy and respect your knowledge and experience reading and sharing your blogs.
    Cathy

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