Jeff Belsky 


The Leadership Toolbox

I fondly remember growing up and helping my father carry his toolboxes to various jobs. My father ran a side business that repaired and installed things like furnaces, air conditioners, and hot water tanks. He also was called out by those who needed miscellaneous repairs such as leaking faucets, damaged drains, and was even called out for the occasional “can you fix my car” … [Read more...]

Buying a Business: Forget Trust – Understand Due Diligence

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, over 50% of start-up businesses fail within five years. This is a staggering statistic and one that should bring concern to anyone seeking to start a new business venture. An alternative to starting a new business is to purchase an existing establishment. This option, if all goes right, can significantly decrease the risk … [Read more...]