DFCS and Medicaid: Managing Crazy

If you live in Georgia, perhaps you read this article in the Atlanta Journal Constitution: 17,000 Georgians cut off from Medicaid face messy bureaucracy.  If you didn’t, let me tell you the short version.  Basically, the Department of Family and Child Services (DFCS) issued denial letters for 17,000 Georgians because of they did not properly […]

BHAG—WHAT AM I THINKING? 5 Insights for Using the BHAG for Small Business Strategy

The Big Hairy Audacious Goal. 10x 2018 Revenues by 2028. Profitably. Let’s say my 2018 revenues were $1,000,000 (this is not my revenue, but it’s a nice easy number to work with).  In 2028, that’s $10,000,000.  That’s a compounded average growth rate (CAGR) of 26% for 10 years.  If I tried to do this in […]

Senior Helpers Town Center: Is it a good business opportunity?

In the article, I shared about the Glennar Town Square program.  I want to take a look at the Senior Helper’s franchise opportunity based on what I know about these centers and the industry.  This analysis is based on the limited information found on the various Town Square Web sites and on my own extensive […]

Senior Helpers Town Square: New Competition in Adult Day

I received a flyer recently about an elder care educational opportunity in Atlanta.  The speakers included Eloy Van Hal, Founder of the Hodeweyk (Dementia Village), The Netherlands and Scott Tarde, CEO of the George G. Glenner Alzheimer’s Family Centers in California.  On the flyer he is also billed as the “the innovator behind The Glenner […]