Tag Archive | "B.A.D.D."

Avoid – the B.A.D.D. Entrepreneur’s favorite word

May 26, 2009 No comments yet

Avoid – the dictionary defines avoid as “to keep away from; keep clear of”. Sometimes Avoid can mean, ‘prevent from happening’. For entrepreneurs with Business Attention Deficit Disorder, avoiding is a common characteristic. You avoid or stay away from work you don’t want to do or like to do. Mail piles up. Bank statements go […]

Be Committed to Fight Business A.D.D.

April 2, 2009 No comments yet

Struggling through Business Attention Deficit Disorder may mean that you have to regularly commit and re-commit to your business. Your passion for your product or service is always evident. But the commitment to do what it takes to keep the organization functioning may need a tune up. While we all hold ourselves accountable for our […]

Fighting Business Attention Deficit Disorder

February 15, 2009 No comments yet

Business Attention Deficit Disorder is insidious. It can enter and permeate a business from many points. Before implementing Strong Business Strategies entrepreneurs need to know and understand why their business is suffering from Business A.D.D. Is it an owner/entrepreneur/professional personal problem that spills over into the business or is it a problem with the way […]

Unattended & Neglected Situations can Trigger B.A.D.D.

February 10, 2009 No comments yet

In my first post below, I defined Business Attention Deficit Disorder or BADD, when a “business is characterized by unattended and neglected situations which, if left unchallenged, conspire to run and ultimately ruin a business.” What are the unattended and neglected situations in a business? For entrepreneurs, professionals and business owners there is always one […]

Business Attention Deficit Disorder

February 10, 2009 No comments yet

Business A.D.D. is BAD for Business! My name is Marilyn Strong and in 2007 I spoke to a group of women entrepreneurs in Kelowna, BC, Canada about Business Attention Deficit Disorder, Business A.D.D. for short. I chose the topic because for years I had joked that my own business suffered from it. But it’s not […]