The Kyosei Consulting Blog

  • Valuing Your Business for Sale

    There are many different ways to gauge the price of a business for sale. Some of the more common include valuing the business based on profits, cash flow, assets or sector. The challenge with all of these methods is that they rely solely on financial data, and miss valuing...
  • Reinventing Yourself – Part 1

    Like many accomplished professionals, you may have embarked upon your career path for reasons that have little to do with your true passions. I have had numerous clients who became accountants, doctors or lawyers due to family values or pressure. ...

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  • Sales Diva

    My mother is a sales diva. Whether it is selling homes, furniture, vitamins, makeup or water filters she brings a wholehearted (almost evangelical) passion to her work, and a genuine caring for her customer, that allows her to excel at whatever she lays her hand to. I didn’t always...
  • Turning the Tables on Networking Protocol Will Increase Your Mental Health

    While this story begins with talking about depression, don’t be too quick to click away. It is also a story of hope, inspiration and the power of living an authentic life. First, the bad stuff. Depression and stress disorders represent the fastest growing category of disability claims. They currently...
  • Stressed in the City Part 5 – Right-Sizing Your Vision

    In this final installment of the Stressed in the City series I want to address an often misunderstood topic that is at the root of stress for many successful people – vision (or lack thereof).
    The first pitfall is not having a vision at all. Having no vision for...
  • Stressed in the City Part 4 – The Power of Purpose

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    Research shows that those individuals with a clear sense of purpose and the ability to find meaning in both positive and negative events in their lives are more resilient in times of crisis.
    Why is this?
    From a very young age we begin to ask “why?”...