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100% Customer Satisfaction!

The ‘basics’ are what many lose focus of.  A long-time friend and I had a discussion last night and he asked me for recommendations on how to increase new sales, earn repeat business, and how to increase new sales via referrals. I shared with him, as I do with clients or when I speak in public, that “unless you take on the mentality, believe in, and get

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Time Management Tip: Learn to Just Say “No”

Look at your daily schedule. How many tasks are things that you have decided you want to do? How many are things that others have asked you to do and you couldn’t refuse? Our time can quickly be eaten up with projects that don’t really belong to us. The next time someone else asks you to take on a task, don’t automatically say “Yes.” Instead,

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Can Anything Good Come From Conflict?

To which of these statements can you relate?  I dislike conflict! Conflict is the toughest part of my job. I avoid conflict whenever I can. I never learned how deal with conflict. I would rather get a root canal than deal with conflict! Conflict is inevitable whenever people with diverse thoughts and who have different experiences and backgrounds come together for the pursuit of a common

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To Earn, One Must Learn!

High-speed internet access, instant messaging, fast-track to success, and even fast food, describes the rush, rush world we live in. More than ever before, people want instant access and quicker results. While it is understandable that no one wants to take the slow route, success in any endeavor takes time, focus, and dedication. Education is much like a path with no end; we each make

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Theoretical and practical application information will be shared in an effort to produce actions for you to decide where you can improve your leadership skills.

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Four Heads are Better Than One!

Statistics suggest that 50% of new businesses fail within the first 2 years. There are many reasons why small businesses fail: Not understanding the ‘sequence’ to starting a new business Not having a fully developed business plan Not having a well-defined vision and mission Not having a good enough understanding of the competitive market Not realizing who one’s perfect customers are and howfrequently they purchase

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