Knowing What's Important is Key to Better Time Management

By Donald E. Wetmore

We all have too much to do. Almost everyone I speak with tells me they have more to do than time permits. This says a lot of good things about you. Having too much to do means that many have entrusted a lot to you. People who seldom have enough to keep them busy and are always looking for things to do may not have earned this level of confidence from others.While there's never enough time for ever

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Sharpen Your Marketing Edge and Give Fear the Ax Through Three Easy Steps

By Tony Rubleski

"The only thing we have to fear is fear itself." Yes, the famous quote from former President Franklin Delano Roosevelt has been on my mind lately when I meet with business leaders to discuss marketing strategies and the present state of the U.S. and global economy. I get various reports from many of them on how sales and profits are doing. My goal is to push you to think differently about the curr

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Changing Your Sales Culture, Everybody Sells the Company

By Alice R. Heiman

Have you ever heard someone at a company say, Oh, no, I am not in sales.  Everyone who comes in contact with the customer has the opportunity to make or break that relationship.  That is sales.   Every one of your employees should be a walking advertisement for your company, in other words they are focused on what ultimately comes down to sales.  Why would you want anyon

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The Great Business Myths That Dominate Our Lives

By Sanford kahn

MYTHS these unconscious or semi-conscious beliefs have a strong influence on how we orient our behavior and actions.The ones that seem to influence us the most are directed towards our personal lives. But, there are business myths that have a profound impact on our decisions. The problem arises when some of these myths are believed to be true when in actuality they maybe false or only partly true.

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