Clay Mathile, author of Run Your Business, Don’t Let it Run You, says changing his behavior as a manager helped him take the IAMS company from $1 million to $1 billion in revenues before he sold it to Procter & Gamble. Yahoo! Small Business’s Adrienne Burke interviewed Mathile at the Aileron campus in Ohio recently.
Your personal vision can become the lifeblood of your business, says Clay Mathile, the former CEO of IAMS who founded Aileron, a center, in Tipp City, Ohio, where small business owners can get help articulating their vision. Yahoo! Small Business’s Adrienne Burke interviewed Mathile there recently at an event celebrating his new book.
A business poised for success is one in which every employee is in a position to benefit from achieving the company’s vision in a way that motivates them, says billionaire small business advocate Clay Mathile, the former owner of IAMS. He sat down recently to talk to Yahoo! Small Business’s Adrienne Burke.
The Course for Presidentsat Aileron in Tipp City, Ohio, teaches business leaders to grow their companies in ways that improve their personal lives, not leave them without one, says founder Clay Mathile. Mathile spoke recently with Yahoo! Small Business’s Adrienne Burke at an event celebrating his new book.
Structure is the foundation of a business, says Clay Mathile. As for rules, “be honest, do your best, and treat others with dignity and respect” were the only ones he imposed at IAMS. Yahoo! Small Business’s Adrienne Burke interviewed Mathile recently at the Aileron campus he built in Ohio for small business owners.