On Another Note

They say hindsight is 20-20. If you only would have known. As a business owner, you may already have a few things you wish you knew. Would you have hired that one person? Perhaps you would have started your company sooner. While it is important to look back, reflect and learn from these decisions, it is also important to realize that, when you are at the end of your business ownership, your wishes may be much different.

The average American spends over 90,000 hours at work , or more than 10 years over the course of their lifetime, which can be seen as either a blessing or a jail sentence, depending on your perspective. Whether you love your job or dread it could be a matter of science - neuroscience that is.

Whether you're dealing with a conflict at home, with your neighbors, or at your place of business, it can be easy to become bogged down in old ways of working through problems.

Cameron Herold is one of the premier executive coaches in North America, helping C-level employees manage their time and their teams as efficiently as possible. As the CEO of a company, your COO is your second-in-command, so it is crucial that the two of you be on the same page in terms of business goals and corporate strategy. Here's what Herold advises.