Tag: leadership

I Think I’ve Upset My Bank, Now What?

This is the second in a series of conversations between a financial consultant and trusted advisor named Jay and his clients and friends. The conversations deal with the misconceptions and misunderstandings between business owners and their bankers. I hope you find it helpful and entertaining.  Jay turned the ignition and flipped on his car’s air… Read more »

The Law of Competitive Balance – Smart Business Advice from America’s Leading Sabermetrician

 In his bestseller Moneyball, Michael Lewis introduced his readers to sabermetrics. The Google Dictionary defines sabermetrics as “the application of statistical analysis to baseball records”.  He also introduced his readers to Bill James, who began evaluating baseball through the use of innovative statistics in the late 70’s. Unlike most of the first generation of sabermetricians,… Read more »

George Washington’s Leadership Secrets – A Reflection on Leadership for President’s Day

For my first two years of college, before I changed my major to accounting (another story for another article) I majored in American history. The early 1970’s were an exciting time to be a history major at the University of Virginia. The faculty included several giants of historiography and I learned much that I carried… Read more »