The 4 Responses to Fear as a Leader

What are you scared of? As humans, we are biologically hard-wired to treat every perceived threat in an extreme way, with one of four reactions: Fight: go on the offensive, reacting aggressively to eliminate the… More

Interpreting a Mixed Method Data Evaluation in Your Business

Sometimes, it is necessary to look at data that tells us about both quantity (how much) and quality (to what degree). This “mixed method evaluation” is useful for exploring the meaning behind the data.

Introduction — What to Expect [Podcast]

If you’re looking for practical ways to identify opportunities and threats in your business, don’t just “try harder.” Instead, consider two risk intelligent options: Adapt to a changing market, or Quit and move on to… More

Examples of the Sneaky Promises MLMs Use to Attract New Reps

Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) and direct marketing are very popular. The rate of growth of direct sales companies is staggering, especially in the healthcare industry. Unfortunately, the MLM business model is predatory and takes advantage of people… More

199 (Potentially Dangerous) Titles Used by MLM and Direct Sales Reps

Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) products are everywhere. They are particularly common in the healthcare industry. While some products may provide some relief when used properly, I believe the biggest problem created by the MLM industry is… More

11 Ways Multi-Level Marketing is Like a Cult

We have the power to exert tremendous influence on others. Sometimes, people use this power to take advantage of those who are vulnerable by exerting tremendous control on their choices and behavior. Today I want to share… More

What You Can Do to Boost Risk Intelligence After Losing Staff

If you own a business, you are responsible for every detail in your company: hiring, firing, and everything in between. When a key employee hands you their resignation letter… what is your typical response? Do… More