I am David Taylor, the founder of Thinking Business, and I work with business owners and business leaders to communicate vision, implement strategy, remove process inefficiencies, eliminate debt, improve profitability, increase cash flow, and enhance return on investment.
Basically, I help leaders navigate marketplace complexities and build successful and lasting business legacies.
Join the leaders who are taking their organizations to the next level by contacting me at email@example.com, by calling +1 (587) 227-5179, or by downloading my free eBook “12 Steps to Business Transformation.”
My intent with this blog is to provide timely, insightful and useful content that is relevant for your business, career and personal life. I write on business, leadership and productivity topics and I share tools, tips and techniques when I find them or create them.
To get a good understanding of what I write about each week, take a look at my top five blog posts from 2017.
- How to Save $30,000 a Month Using OneNote
- How to Use Active Reading to Improve Your Business
- How to Overcome Fear so it Doesn’t Destroy Your Business
- If Your Employees Suck, Chances Are, You Do Too!
- What Has Made Our Nations (and Businesses) Great
I have worked in the engineering and construction business since graduating with an electrical engineering degree in 1989. After a brief stint in Vancouver and Seattle, I moved to Calgary in 1990 and started with an employee owned automation and construction company called Kenonic Controls. I worked my way up from an engineer in training to a lead engineer and then a project manager. In 2000, a large, multinational company acquired Kenonic Controls and I moved from project management roles into business management and then the overall director running the $100M/year engineering business in Calgary. From there, I took on a global role with responsibility for a $1.5B portfolio of projects.
I have now moved into business consulting with my new venture, Thinking Business. I spend my time working with startups, small, and medium sized businesses and non-profits. I help business owners and business leaders communicate vision, implement strategy, remove process inefficiencies, eliminate debt, improve profitability, increase cash flow, and enhance return on investment.
I have been married for 29 years to my wife Kelly and we have two daughters, one son, one son-in-law, one granddaughter and one grandson. I enjoy playing hockey, going to the gym, mountain biking, mountain climbing and, of course, reading and writing.
I have also written, Strength Zone: Discover Your Place of Maximum Effectiveness;
co-chaired and co-authored a Construction Industry Institute research effort RT315 – Successful Delivery of MegaProjects;
and, been featured in a Canadian Business Magazine article Sometimes the only way to drive change is to “burn the boats”
I was recently featured on TimeCamp’s podcast episode #15 – Stay on Top of Your Work with David Taylor
You can also find my blog posts at places like AlphaGamma – Business Portal for Millennials in the UK.
Connect with me today at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling +1 (587) 227-5179. And don’t forget, your free copy of my eBook “12 Steps to Business Transformation” is waiting!
This is my personal blog. The ideas and opinions published here do not necessarily represent those of any institution or organization that I am associated with. I make no representations as to the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability or validity of the information that I provide on this blog. I will not be liable for any errors, omissions or delays in this information or any injuries, losses or damages arising from its use.
The content on this site is owned and copyrighted in my name (except for any guest posts which are owned and copyrighted by the guests). You are free to link to my site or any post on my site or to re-post no more than 200 words on any site as long as a link is provided back to the original post. You can print and photocopy up to 50 copies of any of my posts for distribution inside your organization as long as the content is not used for any commercial purposes. Please contact me directly if you wish to use the content for commercial purposes or to alter or build off this content.
I can be contacted at +1-587-227-5179 or by email at email@example.com