Monthly Archives: May 2014

Adult Learners

What type of learner are you? Are you a visual learner? Do you learn by looking, seeing, viewing, and watching? Or are you an auditory learner? Do you learn by listening, hearing, and speaking? Or do you prefer hands-on learning where you can touch, manipulate, and move around? If so, you are likely a kinesthetic […]

Doing Business with the Federal Government as a Small Business

I had the privilege of attending the 2014 Government Procurement Conference in Washington D.C. on the 16th of April 2014. For those of you who have not had the opportunity of attending, I highly recommend attending next year. The conference was informative and provided a great networking opportunity for businesses looking to obtain work in […]


I was recently at church listening to a sermon about the foundations of our faith. The pastor said, “Everything has a foundation: buildings, math, languages, and even countries.” While listening to this sermon, it occurred to me that Government proposals, responses to Request for Proposals (RFP), must have foundations too, without which they will crumble […]

Consulting: True Value is Delivered When Your Hands Get Dirty

The concept that speed and efficiency are critical to success in business is not new. This approach, often paired with discussions of continuous improvement and quality management, is difficult to balance with the frequently overwhelming flow of information and change found in today’s business environment. Consultants are often hired to analyze, advise, and recommend, but […]