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  • How To Motivate People At Work  By : Joe Searle
    Find out why traditional motivating factors no longer work in getting a workforce or even people you work with to produce at a higher level. You will learn why it is so important to empower people to work because they want to, they like to and for a reason thats higher than themselves.
  • Understanding Business Card Printing Services  By : evikram kumar
    Business Card Printing is sometimes a confusing term, especially for people who are not very technically inclined with internet and computer. It can be a modern professional way of printing or it can also refer to printing with the use of sources from the World Wide Web. It is important to understand the two meaning of web printing
  • Have You Hired A Team Of Responsible Plumbers?  By : James Hasapis
    Hiring a plumber is quite a hard task especially if you have never worked with one before. When hiring one, you want a person who is experienced and skilled. You may have heard of stories from relatives and friends who have worked with irresponsible plumbers. They usually cause disasters rather than bring solutions to most homes or business establishments they have been assigned to work on.
  • What It Takes to Be a Consultant  By : Dan Grijzenhout
    There are a number of levels to consulting; everything from offering services of manual labour through to providing business or technological skills and intellectual effort to corporations The common thread in this is that you have to market your services, sell the project and negotiate terms for its completion, complete the project, and last but n
  • Why The Need Of Natural Language Processing Facebook?  By : evikram kumar
    Language labs have been of great help for the people who use social media to carry out business research and also marketing. Semantic analysis is what gives meaning to a whole text that may seem to be meaningless
  • Considering Office Removalists is the Best For Your Business Move  By : Xavier M Waterkeyn
    Taking your office from one location to another is a huge job that requires specialized care and attention It is possible to do it yourself, but it's always a good idea to have office removalists take care of it for you
  • Mexico's 10 Greatest Philanthropists  By : Obinna Heche
    According to Mexico’s National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi), private philanthropy contributes roughly 32 million U.S. dollars to Mexico daily, including Saturdays and Sundays. What is also true, and may come as a surprise, is that private philanthropy tends to fall very little even in times of economic crisis. Here are Mexico's 10 Greatest Philanthropists.
  • Grow Your Business By Saying No  By : Carrie Greene
    When you only answer to yourself, and stand up for what you believe in, you will be a happier person and have a more successful business.
  • Top Pay & Display Manufacturers  By : Ryan Jackson
    The top pay & display manufacturers picked out by Gemini Parking Solutions, this will give you the pros and cons of our selected manufacturers that we think outdo the rest!
  • The Types And Advantages Of 17pt Business Cards  By : evikram kumar
    The 17pt business cards are all business cards made from 17pt premium paper. Normally, they are thick enough with approximately 60% the thickness of ordinary credit cards. You will want to use these cards because of their durability.
  • 7-Lessons for Business Success  By : Carrie Greene
    As I checked out everyone's work I realized that there were lessons to be learned from the experience that apply directly to your business.
  • How To Dramatically Improve Your Attrition Rate  By : Chris Ford
    How is your company's attrition rate? These 4 simple techniques will drastically improve your bottom line.
  • Getting Your Team to Adopt a Servant's Heart  By : Bob Corcoran
    The pure truth is no matter how you slice it, real estate is a service business. Without knock-your-socks-off service - and the heart of a servant - you will die a slow and excruciating death in this profession.
  • The Art of Getting Referrals: Five Sure-Fire Ways to Get More Referrals in 2015 and Beyond  By : Bubba Mills
    Wouldn't it be great if you didn't have to market your services? Just serve and help clients all day - it's why you chose real estate in the first place, right? To help people. But if you're like most Realtors, you're likely working your butt off just to get those clients. So what's the answer? Referrals - from your current and past clients, family, friends and acquaintances.
  • How Dentists Can Thrive in a Niche and Make More Money  By : Nate Rio
    Dentists can choose a number of different paths in the types of treatments they want to do. By choosing a niche in high demand that has motivated patients, this offers the greatest opportunity for success, and can lead to a very profitable career.
  • Cyber Attack on Small Business  By : Samantha Frost
    With the growing number of cyber attacks on businesses consisting of Target, Home Depot, Kmart, and Staples attacks can easily appear commonplace in today's increasingly linked world. Cyber attacks result in exposed personal, monetary and business details. These exposed files might threaten the security of your consumers' or workers' identities, produce fraud within your company or merely leave you with a substantial IT expense to repair the damage.
  • Is Your Business Keeping You Busy or Fulfilling a Need?  By : Chris Ford
    Is your business fulfilling a need? If so, congratulations. If not, learn how to fix it.
  • Get Your Year in Gear: How to Create a Business-Winning Plan for 2015 in One Hour  By : Bubba Mills
    Every serious Realtor needs a good plan. That means if you're reading this, you're in the right place. Stick with me and you'll end up with a plan that can make your 2015 a much better year.
  • An Overview Of Gold Varieties And Smart Way To Sell Gold Jewellery  By : Abraham Barakat
    Always do a background check on the gold buyers and jewelry stores, to ensure that they are reputable. Make sure that they have a clean record and offer maximum transparency on their business dealings. Also try and check if they have had any previous complaints, what the complaints were and how they got resolved.
  • Ways Of Making Commercial Kitchens Run Smoothly  By : Jeremy Foxe
    Running a commercial kitchen is quite different from managing a domestic one. Larger volumes of food are handled at any one time and the kind of tasks are done to a greater degree or differently altogether. Ultimately, you want a great margin from your business, and organization in the heart of the restaurant-the kitchen-is key. In that case, it is necessary, before setting one up.
  • How to Lead a Successful Conference Call  By : Mike Mirshams
    In the course of managing a project, you are sure to be called upon to conduct a meeting through conference call at some point.
  • Cash For Gold: How To Avoid Getting Duped  By : Abraham Barakat
    With world gold prices soaring in the midst of another global financial wave of turmoil, experts are warning people that seek to cash in their jewelry to be cautious concerning those they transact with. Similarly, the festive season is fast approaching and many will be at the pawn or jeweler's shop to dispose some gold item for the needed cash. Before you head that direction, take a look at these steps and word of caution.
  • Mistakes To Avoid In Food Label Design  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    When it comes to marketing your product one of the most important pieces of the entire process is your products label. When designing a food products label you are looking into creating an enticing label that projects an appetizing message, one that promotes the products enticing features of the products as well as conveys product information to your customers.
  • Making Money With Direct To Garment Printing Services  By : Daniel Hickey
    In screen printing, there are many pitfalls that can affect your bottom line. Some are obvious like not generating enough sales or having negative cash flow. Others are more subtle like employees taking advantage of overtime or not understanding the true cost of goods sold. Still others, can go totally unseen until it's too late. This article focuses on one of those... The risk of saying no to short run jobs.
  • Why Replace Fluorescent Tubes With LED T8 Tubes  By : A J Pipkin
    It isn't only businesses that should be looking to replace any fluorescent lights in their premises with the new LED T8 tubes, but also many homeowners as well The various forms of LED lighting now available provide a number of different benefits to you over the more conventional incandescent, fluorescent and halogen lights currently available
  • Unemployment Insurance for Workers and Compliance  By : Amelia Figueroa
    Unemployment insurance is a joint federal/state program that provides temporary financial assistance for eligible workers who have lost their job through no fault of their own. It provides temporary compensation to unemployed workers who meet certain eligibility requirements under State law.
  • There Are NO Secret Ingredients for Success  By : Tom Riddle
    People look to get inspiration from the successful people of the world and try to find out what extraordinary quality they have in them. But, the reality is that there is no secret ingredient, it is just the basic qualities that drive a person to the road of success.
  • Why Businesses Encourage Customers To Buy Gift Cards  By : B Hopkins
    There are many advantages that a business can experience when they offer customers the opportunity to buy gift cards. For instance, they are easily an effective method to both maintain and acquire new customers through an established gift card ...
  • How Can an Employer Avoid Whistle Blower Risks?  By : Amelia Figueroa
    Whether big or small, every company has employees who form groups and complain about the company. They generally criticize their pay, working hours and safety standards. Some of them go a little further and become whistleblowers creating issues.
  • Is Your Resume Aging You?  By : Linda Matias
    You may be inadvertently aging yourself on your resume by doing minor things that look innocent enough but may cost you interviews. The good news, however, is there are easy fixes you can implement to improve your chances of landing a job interview. Below is advice for you to follow.
  • How To Align Your Mindset With Attraction To Close More Sales  By : Fabienne Fredrickson
    Have you noticed you are attracting interest in your business, but somehow you're not getting more clients? When this happens to people, there is usually something we call a "chaotic vibration" going on.
  • Led Bay Lighting - Why Should You Install?.  By : A J Pipkin
    Generally LED bay lighting is used in places that have high ceilings, such as warehouses or hangars They tend to be installed these days as the companies that have such properties don't want to have to waste time in getting lights replaced often when they no longer work
  • The Three Most Important Metrics to Measure  By : Mike Brooks
    I always like to talk metrics with managers to see if they are measuring this very important component. Bottom line is if your reps aren't using the best approach and handling objections and sales situations effectively, then the other metrics won't improve much. If you ask them to make more calls, all you will get is more bad calls.
  • Strategic Management For Your Small Business  By : Colin Scotland
    As a small business owner, the things you want to achieve with your business are not always written down Advisors will say "you need a business plan", bank managers will insist on one before approving that vital loan you need to fund your expansion
  • Dealing with Deadlines: 5 Ways to Manage Your Project Without Killing Creativity  By : Chelsea Babin
    Don't let your deadline-driven workplace kill your creativity. Here are 5 tips for handling deadlines from day one until the final cut off point.
  • 7 Lessons I Learned From My Dad's Bankruptcy  By : Dylis Guyan
    A defining moment in my life was at the age of 16 when my dad went bankrupt He owned his own business and was really passionate and knowledgeable about his product
  • Net Neutrality and Your Business  By : Sandra Riker
    Making the Internet a Equal Playing Ground for All
  • Three Reasons Not To Sweat Over Your Ability To Give Networking Referrals  By : Fabienne Fredrickson
    If you are familiar with my methods, then you know I always recommend networking groups, and BNI in particular. This powerful international group helped me learn how to network and fill my practice quickly by meeting lots of new people and gaining referrals.
  • Why You Need Labor Law Posters  By : Amelia Figueroa
    All employers, including businesses with one or more paid employee in the United States must display the most current state and federal labor law posters at their work site to inform employee(s) of their rights and to be in compliance with the law. Failure to display them can result in penalties, lawsuits and fines.
  • Things To Consider Before Choosing An Appropriate Office Space  By : Select Office Suites
    "Exploring and finding a considerable and professional Manhattan office space is certainly a daunting task to do for any business owner."
  • How To Attract Clients By Not Being Perfect  By : Fabienne Fredrickson
    Have you come up with a system that got you where you are today? Often that is the basis for a small business - sharing your knowledge, wisdom and solutions with others who have the same type of problem. That's how to attract clients.
  • Four Keys To Creating An Evergreen Boot Camp  By : Fabienne Fredrickson
    If your practice is filling up and you are looking for ways to serve more people, consider developing a boot camp program. I did this several years ago when my practice was full, and I had a waiting list. There were also others who couldn't afford to participate in my live programs. I wanted to come up with a way to build my business and serve more people that didn't require a lot of my time.
  • Floor Decals Can Help Lead the Way for Your Customers  By : Scott Mast
    Decals are a great way to grab your customers' attention, especially in out-of-home marketing applications
  • Don't Be A Zombie: 10 Ways to Avoid Complacency and Disengagement in IT  By : Chelsea Babin
    Complacency is one of the silent killers in the IT industry. It takes formerly intelligent, ambitious techies and turns them into the zombies of the workplace. They haunt the halls of tech companies across the world and their numbers are growing. Worried you're becoming complacent or disengaged, at your job? These 10 steps will help you fix your complacent behaviors and fight off the hordes.
  • You Can't Own It Or Manage It, But You CAN Outsource It. What Is It?  By : Peter Williamson
    What do billionaires and successful business owners do that many owners don't? Outsource. This article addresses a key area for outsourcing that many business owners haven't considered and offers advice on "flipping the tip" to create effective business funnels. The article also answers the riddle proposed in the title.
  • Three Ways to Get Better at Listening  By : Mike Brooks
    Don't take my word for this, instead, try it yourself and see. I guarantee that once you get good at listening, you'll get better at qualifying and closing. And if you don't improve your listening skills, you won't improve in those areas very much or very quickly. Remember, the most important skill of a Top Producer is the ability to truly listen.
  • The Big Question of Digital Assets  By : Lihi Raviv
    The recent endorsed plan of the Uniform Law Commission this week, giving families access to – but not control of – the deceased's digital account, is raising some big questions If this legislation would be adopted by the legislature, a person's life could become as much a part of estate planning as deciding what to do with physical possessions
  • Should I Choose to Run Through a Limited Company or an Umbrella Solution?  By : Douglas McGregor
    Whether a freshly graduated contractor or an experienced professional, you'll be required to select how to operate as a freelancer or contractor for tax purposes. There are two main options and I will lead you through them within this article to help you select which one best suits your needs.
  • CloudBooks - The Introduction of Analytic Instrumentation (xAPI)  By : Barrie Osborne
    Cloudware Inc. now raises the bar even higher as the first adopter in the industry of the very latest in experiential
    user analytics instrumentation.
  • Office Cabling 101  By : sherylaguiza
    When preparing to move into a new office space, or expand an existing one, it is important to keep in mind that you will need to run cables for many phone and computer locations. The locations for fax machines, network printers, scanners, and postage machines should also be taken into account.
  • Buying Foreclosures: The Pros and Cons of REOs  By : Tim Witherspoon
    Are you looking to buy an affordable home? If you are, you may turn to foreclosure property listings online. Foreclosed properties are often available for sale at a steeply discounted price.
  • Foreclosure Rescue And Foreclosure Options  By : Tim Witherspoon
    Foreclosure rescue, also known as equity skimming or equity stripping, is any of various predatory real estate practices aimed at vulnerable, often low-income, homeowners facing foreclosure in the United States.
  • Starting Your First Restaurant: How To Choose The Kitchen Equipment  By : Lobo Soren
    Starting a restaurant is often thought of as a fun thing to do. However, there can be a lot of uncertainty in the way you handle it, and it's always a good idea to ensure that you get it done right.
  • Marketing With Entertainment Properties  By : Stacy Jones
    One of the best ways to engage consumers through entertainment is with a partnership with an entertainment partner such as a feature film. A comprehensive promotional platform that utilizes the brand's planned media and retail footprint provides not only brand differentiation in a crowded marketplace, but also utilizes a multitude of activation touchpoints. This article provides detail to the best practices of entertainment promotional marketing.
  • 8 True Signs of Business Success  By : Peter Williamson
    Imagine streets and highways with no road signs, leaving you to guess where to go, yet, in business a surprisingly high percentage of business owners do not have a plan in place to guide them to success. This article addresses the 8 true signs of a successful business, and what you should look out for.
  • Business Ventures, This is Your Golden Ticket  By : Robert Corter
    We have all heard of the get rich quick schemes that are out there currently, we frankly get sick of them on a regular basis However, our business model is second to none and although we are not promising you millions, we are going to give you the ability to make a solid living
  • Foreclosure Auctions: How to Find Them and What to Expect  By : Tim Witherspoon
    Are you looking to buy a new home? If you are, you may be turned off by the real estate prices you see on the market. If so, this doesn't mean that now isn't the time to buy a home, but it does mean that you may be looking in the wrong place.
  • Mustering Confidence When Opening a Shop as a Florist  By : Mary Webb
    Opening a shop as a budding florist takes commitment and you need to be passionate about it. You must do your homework BEFORE you start this venture. Thorough preparation sets the foundation for success!
  • Five Steps To Raise Your Rates AND Get New Clients  By : Fabienne Fredrickson
    Have you been thinking about raising your rates? That can be both exciting and nerve wracking for business owners. On one hand, you'll produce more income from the same amount of work. On the other hand you may be concerned by the risk of losing clients due to higher rates. While this may be true, there are best practices for handling a rate increase that, if done well, can get you new clients!
  • Failure Can Mean Success in Your Next Interview  By : Chelsea Babin
    Does the thought of explaining your previous mistakes in an interview make you cringe? It won't, if you know how to handle it. This simple approach spells out exactly how to respond to this increasingly common interview question.
  • Every Business Needs Commercial Insurance  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    Without a doubt the most important investment you can make for yourself and your business is to meet with a professional insurance agent to properly insurance your company. Commercial business insurance helps to protect owners against financial loss that in turn could make the difference between bankruptcy and staying in business.
  • Do You Have Any Questions? YES, You Do!  By : Chelsea Babin
    Ever wondered what to ask at the end of the interview? Hiring managers are expecting your questions to be informed, intelligent and indicative of your capabilities. Make the best last impression possible in your interview by asking these questions...
  • The Tweet Heard 'Round the World  By : Curtis Bingham
    Twitter user Hasan Syed made history after British Airways lost his parents luggage on a flight from Chicago to Paris. This article takes a brief look at the control this one customer had over a brand, and the clear challenge it presents to the rest of us in how we listen to and engage our own customers.
  • Glass Pulveriser to Recycle Your Huge Volume of Industrial Glass Wastes  By : eric white
    The Glass pulveriser framework is a modest framework that transforms huge volumes of waste glass into ‘sand’ and ‘rock’ with no sharp edges.
  • Bottle Trap Series  By : Babak Tavakoli
    If the gas barrier mechanism fails, you're sure to notice some obnoxious smells within your bathing space. You may also experience other failures such as water leaks. However, this tends to occur if you choose products that are poor quality or in items that are poorly maintained. If there's any leak, you probably need to place better seals on the joint sections.
  • 7 Reasons To Buy Land For Sale In Arkansas  By : Tim Witherspoon
    When it comes to deciding where to buy land for sale, Arkansas probably isn't the first place that comes to mind. However, there are a number of reasons why you should buy land in what Arkansans call The Natural State. Here are seven.
  • The History of Mulberry  By : Dawn Statham-Lowe
    Mulberry was founded in 1971 by a 21 year old, Roger Saul. With a £500 loan and the help of his mother Joan, he started the business in the garage of their home in Chicompton, near Bath. They opened their first factory, The Rookery, in 1973 in Somerset, England. The collection was small, initially with leather poacher bags, binocular bags and dispatch bags but they soon became known for their British lifestyle brand.
  • How to Find Proper Supplier in China  By : Bruce Rey
    It goes without saying that when you need to find the right supplier wherever you are, you want it to be done with minimum effort, time and cost. When looking for the right supplier in China. This article advice you through how to recognizing different types of suppliers, and where you could find them, and by the end, how to screen them.
  • How to Spot a Reputable Personal Injury Lawyers?  By : Gary Grenier
    Everyone knows that lawyers in main cities who handle personal injury cases are not that dependable. Many perceive them as ambulance chasers. Someone who became injured as a result of an accident could seek assistance from a junior level attorney. It is feasible that she is waiting for the arrival of the victims in the hospital. But despite all these, there are personal injury lawyers in New Jersey which are actually decent enough to be relied on this matter. Unfortunately, individuals who do "chase" ambulances provide people who don't chase ambulances a bad name. In this recent times, as lawyers, these rumors will ruin our names. Other people think that we're obtaining the worst image as lawyers.
  • Is Your Business In Need Of A Tune-Up?  By : Peter Williamson
    Your business is your vehicle. When's the last time you had a business tune up? Your vehicle (business) must be running properly for it to advance. This article takes a look at the parts of the vehicle, how it relates to you, the business owner, and solutions to keeping your "vehicle" in tip-top shape. Get a tune up and see if your business hums or if a quick diagnostic is needed pinpoint where all that clackety-clack is coming from.
  • Is Your Business Cloudy With A Chance Of Pain?  By : Peter Williamson
    Clouds used to be those fluffy things in the sky that make cool shapes, or clap together to scare the holy you-kno-what out of us, but in the cyber world, clouds are remote storage units that need not be frightening. This article removes the fear of techno-clouds and tells business owners what to look out for.
  • What Should You Consider When Hiring A Private Investigator?  By : James Fox
    When you decide to hire a private investigator, you need to think about all the factors that will ensure that you make the right choice. Evaluating all the facts will help you to get the results that you desire from the services.
  • How to Access Securities in ISO 17025 Accredited Laboratories  By : johniso
    A laboratory can have to be compelled to have a policy on access to iso 17025 laboratories by persons apart from those unremarkably operating there.
  • Company Formation Turkey  By : Lupita Landseer
    At Ketenci&Ketenci we regularly assist foreign corporations and investors to form new companies and branches in Turkey.
  • 6 Major Reasons Customers Switch Companies Or Products  By : Chris Ford
    Have you ever lost a major customer or client? We all have. Learn from it and correct whatever the problem is. 6 major reasons why we lose customers will help you focus on retaining those customers before it happens again.
  • How To Cultivate Connection With Your Ideal Clients  By : Justine Clay
    Entrepreneurs know that relationships are the foundation of a thriving business. These 6 strategies will help you build the "know, like and trust" factor with your ideal clients.
  • 11 Reasons Why Your Business Needs Security Provided by Professional Police Officers  By : Kevin Jackson
    Criminals today are bolder and smarter due to the vast wealth of knowledge available to them via the Internet. With legitimate websites offering in-depth details concerning the planning, execution and completion of illegal activity, traditional anti-crime devices such as video surveillance.
  • Top Benefits Of Hiring Portable Toilets For The Outdoors  By : Casey Swift
    Outdoor events are becoming increasingly popular! Events that are held in the outdoors can host a large number of guests while enjoying picturesque surroundings or the familiarity of your own backyard.
  • Bookkeeping Software: An Excellent Way in Attaining Major Profits from Small Enterprises  By : Sherman McFarland
    There are absolutely a lot of things that need to be regarded when it comes to managing a small company. Time is considered crucial in any business for even any short delays may impact the probable income that you can have. It is for this reason that business people should know utilizing some strategies and devices that would assist them to carry out business jobs and dealings faster while sustaining the effectiveness required. One of the devices that a sensible small company owner needs to have is the bookkeeping software. This product is absolutely a great help for your company and for the bookkeeper at the same time.
  • Four Ways To Get More Listings This Summer  By : Jo Ferraro
    Let's face it, for the traditional real estate agent, getting listings is like oxygen. It's simply a must. And this summer looks to be a great time to get a lot of listings.
  • Protect Your Business Risks With Commercial Insurance  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    When it comes to protecting yourself and your business against the uncertainties in life it is good to know you can rely on commercial business insurance. As the owner of any business no matter how big or small you will face risks that you didn't even know existed before becoming an entrepreneur.
  • Advantages of ISO 9001 Quality Management System  By : johniso
    These days, all organizations are awaiting of releasing ISO 9001:2015 updated quality standard and gaining ISO 9001 certification, which can nearly definitely enhance associate degree organization's business name.
  • The Mistake: Not Having An ROI Plan In Place  By : Stacy Jones
    Brand Integration aka Product Placement is a firmly established marketing tactic used by at least 89% of Fortune 100 brands. As with any marketing tactic, success is only proven to brand management by the ability to measure the activation. Many brand managers have concern that Product Placement as a marketing tactic is too difficult to value, yet that is simply not the case.
  • Do You Know What A Woodworker Actually Does?  By : Cox Nicholas
    Woodworkers are responsible for producing, creating, designing, crafting and testing wood products such as cupboards, tables and chairs using specialized tools. They also create musical instruments, dressers, furniture and even products that possess some sort of artistic value!
  • Further Guidance On No-Nonsense Pre Settlement Funding Products  By : Antoinette Wrenn
    And then we found, and pelvic pain due to the Gonski review report. So it's not being interpreted correctly, and the questions that you will be out of your settlement to the client will wear the premium, for approximately $5. So it's that balancing act but the expense of the trial, there is a saving grace in the readout that the company.
  • You 1, Procrastination 0 -- How To Beat Procrastination Every Day  By : Verl Workman
    What is it that's holding you back? What keeps you from setting higher goals, prospecting or going after luxury and high-end real estate? Psychologists have been studying procrastination for decades and what they've found at its core is this: that nasty little, four-letter word -- fear.
  • Defining Business Insurance Policies  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    All businesses should have at least basic general liability insurance.
  • Top Three Strategies For Pricing Your Information Products  By : Fabienne Fredrickson
    Deciding on pricing for your products or service packages depends on several things. Here are my top three strategies for selecting the right prices for your business.
  • Are You Just Making Excuses?  By : Chuck Bauer
    Learn how to become more efficient in your use of time and resources!
  • How Will A Computer Science Degree Impact Your IT Job Search in 2014?  By : Chelsea Babin
    How will a Computer Science Degree Impact your IT Job Search in 2014? Larger corporations often require it, while smaller start-ups tend to value experience over education. Overall, it's not enough to have a degree. You need to diversify your skillset, stay on top of cutting edge technology and have plenty of experience on your resume.
  • I'll Have What She's Having - When Marketing Meets IT  By : Peter Williamson
    Here's a shocker. Business owners aren't superheroes, they're people. People running the show are still people. They are people trying to do right by their families and their teams. And they are people trying to do right by themselves. But sometimes a lack of efficiency can mess things up big time. This article addresses ways to address the chaos, and how mindsets among business owners and the departments they lead are changing.
  • A Deeper Look Into LTL Shipping  By : Leeanne Kunnert
    Less than Truckload, otherwise known as LTL shipping is one method of shipping goods that don't require an entire truck to be shipped. The shipment that is being sent can fit in a truck with other shipments and does not require an entire forty-eight to fifty three foot trailer to haul it.
  • Fake It 'Til You Make It: How To Take On Work You Can't Do (Yet)  By : Justine Clay
    Entrepreneurs know that sometimes they need to 'fake it 'til they make it', yet the concept of 'faking it' can feel disingenuous. These 5 strategies will help you step outside of your comfort zone, push through the fear, and seize opportunities (with integrity), that will help you build your business.
  • Before Hiring a Proposal Writer - What You Need To Do  By : Ian Lauder
    Most people tasked with writing a proposal who decide to hire a proposal writer are not prepared. Hiring a professional writer can save you a lot of time and stress. However, working with a pro still requires your input and organizational skills. To be sure that your proposal project will progress as efficiently as possible, you should consider the following questions before you interview a professional writer for the job.
  • How To Create An Effective Preview Teleclass  By : Fabienne Fredrickson
    Delivering teleclasses is a powerful way to get clients. Yet, many of my students tell me they aren't sure what to include or the order that works best to deliver the information.
  • Six Key Challenges for the Chief Customer Officer  By : Curtis Bingham
    This article identifies what the CCO's greatest problems are, and approaches to overcome them.
  • Why Use The Services Provided By Freight Forwarders  By : Graham Brightwell
    As an exporter and/or importer, you may encounter daily problems on in your international transactions. Selling or purchasing goods overseas involves one or more modes of transportation, numerous types of documents and paperwork, and needs deep knowledge on the global trade and transportation.
  • How To Identify A Fastener  By : Alex Schubow
    There are so many different types of fasteners with so many names and sizes that it can be confusing about what kind you are talking about. This short article explains the key characteristics used to identify types of fasteners.
  • Material Used For Fasteners  By : Alex Schubow
    The materials used in fasteners today is vast and choosing the right metal and/or coating can be crucial. In this short article we try and help explain the types of fasteners and coatings available to consumers today and their intended use.
  • 2014 Is Almost Half Over - How's the Water?  By : Bob Corcoran
    Believe it or not, 2014 is nearly half gone. This halfway mark is a great time to stop and check how you're doing in your business. But if you don't know how far you've come, you won't know how much farther you have to go.

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