Client Comments

Our work together literally changed my life. Your acute insights have helped me make adjustments to my plan and tackle some of the many complex obstacles that are a part of any entrepreneur's life.

In large part due to your extremely valuable input and direction, I have achieved one of my most major professional goals: I have sold my business and at age 41, I will have made enough money to retire.

Now I can focus on some of the non-income producing personal goals I have set for myself. It is without reservation that I attribute much of the mental focus behind my accomplishments to your extraordinary brand of self-direction.

Joan Finkle, Former CEO
The Expert Group
San Francisco, CA

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Actress

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Lanny's Press Coverage

Inc. Magazine

The World According to Me
The Well Balanced Life: The Turnaround
Get a Life!
Why Leadership Is The Most Dangerous Idea in American Business
The Wall
Leading in Hard Times
75 Reasons to Be Glad You're an American Entrepreneur Right Now
The Pause that Refreshes

Fortune Small Business

Animal House

New York Times

Hello, Boss. I Feel a Headache Coming On

BusinessWeek.com

The Part of Me in MEECO

MasterCard Small Business

Learn New Ways to Manage Expenses

Capitalism Magazine

Rational Selfishness and the Great Wealth Creator

Compass Bank - Compass On Business

Open-Book, Open-Mind Strategic Planning

StartupNation.com

Suppliers Want to Help Your Business, If You Know How to Ask
Pricing Strategy for a Startup Business

ImprovingYourWorld.com

What Makes Small Business Successful?
Corporate Governance and the Family Business
Suing Former Employees
Increasing Working Capital
What New Consultants Need to Know
The Problems with Profit
Contracting Profit
Creating an Employee of the Month Program
Two Questions Every CEO Should Be Asking

LowesForPros.com

Budget Your Business Toward Success

IT World

The unplanned startup: Goodbye detailed planning, hello reactive experimentation


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