In a recent blog post [https://sebzurcher.com/writing/the-most-important-thing-as-a-business-owner/], we concluded that company culture is essential for happy customers and employees. Today we will unpack what that means in the context of a small business. A Definition of Culture What is culture, and how does it play out in
This week, I came across a fascinating study on how small business CEO generally spend their time. Why fascinating? Because in my opinion, most literature about business and management focuses on big corporations (at least that's how it feels like). I also find it very interesting to see how other
Most new business owners or leaders will probably ask that question at some point: which is more important, our clients or the team? Which area should get my highest priority?
With the passing of 2020, I was reviewing my habits and themes for the new year. Among other things, I noticed that during the past year I read close to over 50 books. This on top of all the blogs and articles I read when I have some free time.
In 2018 and 2019 I had the chance of visiting Turkey a couple of times. Namely Ankara, which is the capital, and Istambul. For me it was the first time that I was visiting a place with a middle eastern flair, and I really enjoyed it. What surely helped, was
One of the more famous places in Switzerland is the Lauterbrunnen Valley near the Top of Europe - the Jungfrau. To recharge and enjoy the beautiful sceneries of my home country, I got up early and walked for 90 minutes to have a beautiful view over the town of Lauterbrunnen
Late 2018 I started working for a new company. One of the highlights in 2019 was the company retreat in January which we spent in the Swedish Lappland. Kiruna, the closest city where we stayed, is situated north of the polar circled and we experience some really cold temperatures (down