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Better Decision Making Starts with Better Reactions to Requests When I was growing up, one of the next-door-neighbor moms was, well, sort of rough. Whenever the kids would ask if they could do something (go outside and play, go to … Continue reading

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Focus on How Business Software Programs are Designed Are you looking for the perfect business software program? There is no such thing as a perfect software. Every software you evaluate will do some things you like, and others you do … Continue reading

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Social media monitoring tools bump up your marketing strategy and planning Nearly all marketing strategy today includes a significant presence in social media. Many people think the most exciting thing about social media is that it’s free. A) it’s not, … Continue reading

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If you own a business and you are counting on that business for your future wealth and retirement income, you will undermine your future if you do not seek the most talented, most intelligent, most not-average people you can find to fill critical positions and provide you with the business support and advice you require. Continue reading

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if you understand the inputs and outputs of a business, you can make intelligent decisions about how much and where to allocate your funds and your time. Continue reading

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Of all the companies that use the Internet for business intelligence, those who have a talent for finding the meaning and patterns behind the noise will benefit the most. Continue reading

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or Distilling customer relationship publishing into one simple blog post     I read dozens of business books and articles every month, and I look for common threads between them. Not surprisingly, I find more common thought than innovative or … Continue reading

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Most of us spend our lives growing into an ability to face reality, only to find out that reality isn’t all its cracked up to be. After all, it can’t take you anywhere else but here, can it? Continue reading

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Fight or flight syndrome leaves out an important – and destructive – third reaction. Freeze. Are you doing the business equivalent of the suicidal bunny routine? Continue reading

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People avoid leadership responsibility for many different reasons. Perhaps the most powerful reason is that true leadership involves the most humbling personal sacrifice. Continue reading

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