Amity’s Capital Ideas
Musings on business growth

Welcome to Amity’s Capital Ideas, a semi-monthly blog where Amity
offers commentary on the factors that impact business growth and success.

Ready to Change the World!

“Be the change you wish to see in the world “- attributed to Mahatma Gandhi

What’s Your WHY?

“When we know WHY we do what we do, everything falls into place. When we don’t, we have to push things into place.” -Simon Sinek

Grow Better Ideas

“Many ideas grow better when transplanted into another mind than the one where they sprang up.” -Oliver Wendell Holmes

Spring Into Growth!

“Spring is far more than just a changing of seasons; it’s a rebirth of spirit.” -Toni Sorenson

Why Quality Matters

We all appreciate the quality of a well-made automobile: fewer breakdowns, smoother driving.

Embrace Change With Courage and Grace

With the current chatter around moving our clocks forward for the start of Daylight Savings Time,

What’s in your cash flow plan?

Making decisions without accurate data hardly ever leads to success.

Setting – and achieving – Great Goals

One month down, 11 to go! How are your 2024 goals progressing?

A deeper dive on ownership

Today I’d like to dig a little deeper and think about the experience that can lead to collective growth.

Own your own experience

Happy New Year! It’s the time of year that many people make resolutions and set goals for a better year.

The Art of a Gratitude Attitude

Gratitude is the healthiest of all human emotions.

Bring Your Courage to Work

When we think of courage, we often think of facing extreme danger:

Valuable Lessons

Some of life’s most valuable lessons are painful to learn.

Discipline Reaps Rewards

Discipline gets results – we often see it in our personal lives.

Teamwork & the Personal Touch

COVID changed everything, including the way we work as a team.

Embracing Change

“When you’re finished changing, you’re finished.” ~ Ben Franklin

Collaborate or Compete?

Many successful people have a competitive streak, whether hidden or overt. It is a type of evolutionary survival instinct – competition drove us to do better and be better than the next guy to outrun that woolly mammoth.

Fear and Silver Linings

All business owners have felt fear of failure at one point or another – whether a new opportunity, an important hiring decision, or a new technology adaptation.

Decisions, decisions

“Good decisions come from experience. Experience comes from making bad decisions.”