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I am not a social media expert. In fact, I’m not even sure what that is.  I guess someone may claim to be a billboard expert, or a television advertising expert, but those are usually only the people selling those … Continue reading

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Chatty Challenged A long time ago I had a neighbor named Nancy, and she had a daughter named Rebecca. Rebecca was a lovely girl; 12 years old, bright, funny, and sincere. She was also an only child, and had been … Continue reading

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As a writer, I value the editors in my life. They find my errors, recognize when I need to clarify, and push me to be better. An excellent editor approaches the task without self-involvement or ego – she seeks excellence … Continue reading

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This blog post is one in a series of eight articles that explore the most important characteristics of a strong leader. These articles are linked to a Prezi visual presentation, which you can view here. You – the Primary Brand … Continue reading

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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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This blog post is one in a series of eight articles that explore the most important characteristics of better leaders. These articles are linked to a Prezi visual presentation, which you can view here. Be the Chief Customer Finder If … Continue reading

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What’s your Network IQ? If you’re an entrepreneur, then you know what it’s like to receive unsolicited advice. Your family, customers, friends, vendors, and the guy next to you in the grocery store line are all willing to offer you … Continue reading

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Are you experiencing the leadership challenge in your business now? One of the most constant things we must do to run a successful business is lead, and that’s really hard work. Leadership requires a lot of consistency and discipline. In … Continue reading

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I wasn’t going to do any more email after I shut things down tonight, but then I peeked. And I saw an email from a client with a subject line that said “Please Help Me.” Of course I had to … Continue reading

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Help is a funny thing. We often – in fact, almost always at some level – need it. But we don’t always get it. Is that because the universe is unkind? No. It’s because we only get help when we … Continue reading

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