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Know When To Duck
2009-09-05 16:51
Laura Munson's article in the NY Times ("Those Aren't Fighting Words, Dear" - July 31, 2009) reminded me of a gut-wrenching experience of my own at Language Masters, the translation company… Read More
2009-09-05 16:50
Oftentimes, entrepreneurs in highly competitive industries develop tunnel-vision, paying more attention to the product or service their company provide and how they can build it/sell it bett… Read More
Opportunity Knocks During Tough Times
2009-09-01 04:14
Challenges and opportunities work well in the same sentence! Whether in business or in our family life, when we quickly get over the surprise (What? Another trial?) and welcome the chance to… Read More
2009-09-01 04:05
How can your company get media exposure at little or no cost? Radio and TV spots can be costly, but there are ways to be a guest (no $ involved!) in a radio or TV show. It is more likely tha… Read More
2009-08-24 16:00
… you must have the ability to know when to put your foot down with an employee, a vendor, or a client. In his article in the September 2009 issue of Fortune Small Business magazine… Read More
Stay Connected
2009-08-17 05:13
Rather than social networks, remember to connect to your business counterparts via Linkedin. When completing your profile, be as thorough, professional, and specific as possible. Do not be s… Read More
2006-06-07 11:16
When it comes to the direction your company is headed, neither an overly bearish nor an overly bullish frame of mind will help. Letting the pendulum swing wildly to either east or west will… Read More
2006-06-07 11:16
Partnerships can be made in heaven or in... the other place. They can be arranged between family members, friends, colleagues, etc. Weekly meetings, monthly off-site meetings, quarterly retr… Read More
2006-06-07 11:16
In the September issue of Inc. Magazine, Matt Johnston of Workway, a staffing company, ends his “How I did it” article with this advice: “No customer should be more than 10… Read More

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