Is the bond market anticipating inflation?

By Nick Massey | April 6, 2021

There has been a considerable amount of talk lately about potential higher inflation coming, and the anticipation of that has been reflected in the bond market. In early 2020, before any of us had ever heard the word Covid or Pandemic, the yield on the U.S. 10 year Treasury bond was approximately 1.75 percent. As…

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Avoid drama and chaos during business growth

By Stacy Eads | April 6, 2021

In our February column, I went over the agenda for knowing “The Pulse of Your Company” through Daily, Standing Huddles of less than 12-15 minutes, as well as 1-hour Weekly Meetings with the “2-Pizza Rule” to ensure everyone within the meeting has a clear purpose. Companies who utilize the “Meeting Rhythms” for their company’s pulse have…

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How to gain real wisdom

By Mike Crandall | March 23, 2021

Think about the word “wisdom” for a minute. We use it, in some form, all the time in both our professional and our personal lives. Often, we refer to certain people as “wise” or say that they are full of “wisdom.” Countless times we look to get “wisdom” from others. We seek it out, looking…

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The most important element in marketing

By Tim Priebe | March 23, 2021

Your website isn’t important. Okay, that sounds weird coming from someone who has been building websites since 1996. But hear me out. Your Facebook Page isn’t important. Your LinkedIn presence isn’t either. And you can forget about your email newsletter, your SEO efforts, your new videos on YouTube. None of them are important. What’s important?…

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“Mindset” guides you to reach your potential

By Phil Klutts | March 9, 2021

Mindset – The New Psychology of Success By Carol S. Dweck, Ph.D. Three days on the ski slopes in Colorado is a great proving ground for the concepts in Carol Dweck’s Mindset. This best-selling book, first published in 2006, shows how your thinking helps determine your level of success. The latest edition was published in…

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Is your business outpacing your technology philosophy?

By Davis Merrey | March 2, 2021

Recently, a business leadership team asked my team to assess their technology infrastructure. They were particularly concerned about security but had also been experiencing some “sluggishness” in their network. The company was due for a technology audit by one of its largest customers, and their Errors and Omissions (E&O) insurance was up for renewal. We…

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The EEDA and its services

By Janet Yowell | March 2, 2021

The Edmond Economic Development Authority exists to assist new businesses in Edmond and our existing business community. It is the job of this organization to offer resources that stimulate the Edmond economy’s growth either through new and expanding business or by increasing the sales tax base of the city. The EEDA offers an Edmond Economic…

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How I hack my goals

By Tim Priebe | March 2, 2021

Several years ago, I developed a simple system that has helped me accomplish most of the yearly goals I have set. In the few years since I put this system into practice, I’ve completed more of my annual goals than I had in all the years prior combined, including both personal and business goals. What…

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Lessons on short selling

By Nick Massey | March 2, 2021

As I write this (February 5, 2021), much of the recent news has been about the big hedge funds suffering big losses due to the little guys’ collective buying power. You can say that it is a little bit of a David vs. Goliath story, and everybody is rooting for David. By the time this…

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10 Rockefeller Habits

By Stacy Eads | March 2, 2021

Thousands of corporations utilize the 4 Decisions every company has to get right to scale up their companies 10x their value. Verne Harnish is famous for saying, “We shouldn’t think about how to grow our companies 2x; we should be aiming for 10x!” When C-Suite level executives read Scaling Up, they learn the 4 Decisions to…

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