There are a whole host of lessons we can all learn from Elon Musk's takeover of Twitter. His moves were monumental and far beyond the reach of this listening audience. But there are things every business professional who has ever bought, sold, merged or acquired another company can learn. This episode diggs through those lessons.
People avoid making decisions not because decision making is difficult but because they fear making a bad decision. Understanding what drives bad decision making and how to develop the skills to make better decisions is what this show is all about.
As you gain more responsibility for the organization you oversee, your decisions have consequences. Are you making these decisions with an eye on the big picture. Failure to do so can have unintended outcomes.
Is critical thinking dead? Has technology and everyone's desire for instant information crippled our ability to apply research, reasoning and decision making together in an attempt to think rationally about what we see, hear and experience? Critical thinking seems to be a dying skill but it shouldn't be. Join your Business Wingmen hosting duo, Steve and Travis Smith for an enlightening discussion about the lost art of critical thinking.
When is it time to leave, or is it? Deciding to quit to pursue a new career opportunity or stay put may not always be within your control. So, what is the best way to leave if all the signs point in that direction. Join your Business Wingmen Steve & Travis Smith and learn from the experiences they have had in a variety of circumstances and career histories.
Business Partnerships have the highest rate of failure of any business structure because the partners in question don't do enough to qualify their compatibility and shared visions for success.
In this episode, your business wingmen toss around the debate surrounding the value of education and the question about whether or not more education or occupational certification worth the time and money. Why do professionals seek more education and what can they expect as a career benefit.
Steve Smith and Travis Smith are experienced professionals with a combined 55 years in business. They are also father and son. Together, they explore the many facets of professional development and business success.