Interpreting the Quantitative Data (Numbers) in Your Business

Do you hate reviewing your business financials? If so, you’re not alone.

In this article, I’ll explain:

  • the difference between quantitative and qualitative data,
  • where to collect the data,
  • an illustration that demonstrates which questions to ask, and
  • how to use it to make risk intelligent decisions.

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How to Understand the Quantitative and Qualitative Data in Your Business

Are you wondering how to tell the difference between data that are based on numbers (quantitative) and those based on sensations and experiences (qualitative)?

Many business owners find it difficult to make the distinction… which can lead to frustration, overwhelm… and eventually to a business that is vulnerable to threats that could cause irreparable harm.

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What a US Marine Combat Veteran Taught Me About Post-Traumatic Growth

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a condition that affects a significant percentage of the general public, but especially members of the military.

In this post, you will hear insights from a retired Marine who now supports a growth mindset for fellow veterans.

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Frankenstein Management: Why Bias Can Destroy a Great Business

What should you do when policies aren’t being followed, customers are upset, and everything starts to fall apart?

These are all symptoms of Frankenstein Management Syndrome: A condition where harmful outcomes occur because leaders are disconnected from the needs of their employees, customers, and community.

Let’s explore what causes this scary condition and how to avoid it.

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8 Reasons to Take the StrengthsFinder Assessment if You’re a Business Owner

The StrengthsFinder assessment is one of the most useful tools I have ever found.

If you’re not familiar with it, you can read all about it in my previous article, How to Apply the StrengthsFinder Assessment.

Today, I want to explain how this tool is especially useful for business owners.

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What Does it Take to Develop a Triple Niche?

When you pick a narrow business focus, it can make a world of difference.

There are many ways to niche a healthcare practice, but I believe the best way is by isolating at least three areas in which to specialize.

Keep reading to find out what they are.

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Introducing the Featured Niche Practitioner Series

I’m so excited to introduce a brand-new blog series!

Each episode will feature a summary of my in-depth interview with a natural health practitioners from across the globe. They will share why they chose a niche specialization for their practice, which patients they serve, and how they have benefited from narrowing their practice focus.

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27 Niche Ideas for a Specialized Massage Therapy Business

Niche specialization offers a lot of benefits to healthcare practice owners.

In this article, I want to share 27 different areas of focus that are possible in the Massage Therapy field.

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The Specialized Massage Therapy Practice Niche

Massage Therapy is a fantastic aspect of integrative health that provides pain relief, along with a host of other physical and emotional benefits to patients.

It serves as a fantastic complementary add-on service for conventional or integrative health services, or as a standalone practice.

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10 Variations of the “Employee for a Day” Experience

I thought I knew everything about my company… until the day I stepped out of my management role and into those of front-level staff.

Working in new job tasks was the most eye-opening thing I ever did as a manager. The act of observing their roles first-hand made it crystal clear where the problems were originating. And… spoiler alert: 99% of problems in a company are because of poor management decisions!

I call this boots-on-the-ground observation method the “Employee for a Day experience.”

It’s terrifying, enlightening, humbling, and eye-opening.

And it works like magic.

Here are some ideas for how to implement this incredible (free!) tool for yourself.

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