Added by Remy Heskett on October 31, 2011 at 6:10pm — No Comments
I am a big fan of Jay Conrad Levinson. I read his first book, Guerrilla Marketing, back over 15 years ago shortly after graduating college. It was very different that anything I learned in four years at a good undergraduate…Read More
Would you like to reach your goals faster? Here are 2 steps that are critical to achieving them much quicker! I'll give you a hint: the key to success lies in your emotions.
Napoleon Hill wrote one of the most classic books ever written on success and achievement, “Think & Grow…
This week we highlight Tracey Gritz, Owner of The Efficient Office
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Of Course I Do!
How we express love and how we accept, or avoid, others' bids for love are, in large part, related to the quality of love that was shown us when we were very young. Were our attachment figures, usually our mother and…Read More
Added by John M. O'Connor on October 28, 2011 at 12:42pm — No Comments
I was at a networking event recently and I met a great local businessman. We chatted for a while and he complained about how he was doing everything in his business – from running the office to booking the appointments to then providing the services he is in business to provide.
Brushing long hair kitties like me and knots. ..by Slider.
I have mentioned in the past that my mommy brushes me with a “thing” called the Furminator®. It looks really funny and when she uses it there is a huge ball of hair. You would think I have no hair left but I am still very handsome, actually more…
Added by AlexSandra Lett on October 26, 2011 at 9:42pm — No Comments
How much should any product or service cost? I’ve seen a wide range of pricing research, both formal and informal, and both large scale and small. All of this research makes it obvious that different companies and different salespeople place different value on their products and services. In every market I’ve ever been in, there are suppliers and salespeople who charge premium prices, and also suppliers and salespeople whose only semblance of a marketing plan seems to be offering really low…Read More
Added by David M. Fellman on October 26, 2011 at 2:26pm — No Comments
You just never know when you might have to evacuate your home due to a natural disaster or other type of emergency.
Be prepared and ready to leave in a hurry by having all the supplies you might need assembled in one easy-to-locate area of your home. Here are suggestions in the event that you want to prepare for the worst but hope for the best.
Gather the following in an easy to carry, water resistant container, such as a…
Added by Geralin Thomas on October 26, 2011 at 8:30am — No Comments
"The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, not to worry about the future, or not to anticipate troubles, but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly."Consider preserving the memory without keeping the item. For instance,… Read More
Added by Janice, Productivity Strategist on October 25, 2011 at 1:02pm — No Comments
Back in my early professional days, I worked for a very large national retail company. As I was learning the systems of the company, my boss, the store manager looked over at me one day and said, "Let's go comp-ing." The puzzled look in my face forced the explanation. "Competition shopping," he replied. After gathering some paper and pen to write things down, he said something to me that has…Read More
My husband and I recently gave a presentation to a group of undergraduate students about leadership. We did a short exercise where we showed pictures of diverse, well known personalities. The question posed to them was, "Leader or not...and what qualities made them a leader (or not)?"
The pictures ranged from Oprah Winfrey to Steve Jobs to Gandhi to Phil Jackson. With each picture, the students commented and discussed what traits and qualities made these people good, bad or…
Added by Esha Herbert-Davis on October 24, 2011 at 10:30am — No Comments
No matter what you do, you can’t get away from stress. We all know that stress can be very detrimental to our health and our productivity in our work. So what are we to do?
Many times I hear people say “I work best under stress” …”I do my best work at the last minute.” In truth, we all force ourselves to work well under some stress. Every one’s tolerance for stress is different. For some people, just a small change in their environment can put them over the edge…
This week we highlight Scott Wittig, Author, Speaker, Coach and Founder of Achieve It Media.
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