Tag Archives: Tim Berry

Never Say Never

  When I started my solopreneurship a few years ago, my goal was to take the skills and experiences I’ve garnered from  a successful and diverse marketing career, and use those skills to solve my clients problems. The pause from corporate marketing responsibilities also gave me a chance to learn new ways of marketing that […]

Posted in Uncategorized | Also tagged , , , , , | 4 Comments

Fired–And Proud of It!

In his great blog “Planning Startup Stories,” Tim Berry always has seasoned advice about business planning and being an entrepreneur.  His 9/21/11 post entitled “Why Don’t We Include Failures in Speakers’ Bios?” came at a moment when I had just been asked by someone as to how to spin the fact that he’d been fired. […]

Posted in Change Management | Also tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Chaos is Expensive

It’s planning time for most of us.  This is the time of year when we all either plan our business or rationalize that we don’t need a plan.  One of the smartest business planners that I’ve encountered on the internet is Tim Berry.  His 9/28/10 post on his site: Bplan.comdealt with the issue of focusing on the business planning […]

Posted in planning | Also tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment