"The Master value is trust. There are no relationships that can survive for very long without it."
What the Federal Government Can Learn from the Private Sector’s Successful Approach to Hiring Veterans
A tax incentive to help veterans start their own businesses would provide a powerful boost for veterans who are ready to start a new career, and who are likely to hire fellow veterans I had the honor to be invited to speak to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Veteran Affairs today, addressing the […]Continue Reading →
Millions of Americans are losing their existing health insurance plans, losing access to their preferred doctors, and paying more for their health insurance thanks the Affordable Care Act. Even for those Americans who have signed up for coverage now that Healthcare.gov is limping along, it’s unclear that there information has made it to insurers, […]Continue Reading →
It’s up to business leaders to educate the public about what free trade really means. Capitalism is in pretty rough shape in America. The Great Recession was horrible enough — forcing business owners to scramble and work even harder to keep their businesses open — but the aftermath of the recession has been appalling. The […]Continue Reading →
Relationships, trust and fruitful negotiation all missing For the first time in two decades, much of the federal government has ground to a halt. Perhaps it was inevitable. While the current debate is centered around the future of Obamacare, government spending and the debt ceiling, I believe there are larger forces at play than the […]Continue Reading →
Returning troops, and businesses can benefit greatly by hiring veterans Tens of thousands of veterans are coming home from the Middle East, looking for jobs and support. I’m proud to say that the franchise industry is delivering some of the help they need by hiring veterans — aggressively recruiting them for jobs within franchise systems […]Continue Reading →
When I first wrote Focus on Failure, I did not include a chapter about faith. It was an omission I regretted, and one that I was glad to rectify when the second edition of the book was published. Business leaders often don’t talk much about faith, preferring to talk about sales data, market research and […]Continue Reading →