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6 Insights On Social Media Trends You Need To Know

Isn’t it frustrating to think you finally understand something in business, like marketing with social media, only to realize that the landscape changed while you were looking at other priorities? For example, it used to be that marketing via social media meant banner ads on Facebook, buying search engine results, and sponsoring blog entries, but […]

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Why I Believe That Feeling Offended Is a Choice

“The feeling of being ‘offended’ is a warning indicator that is showing you where to look within yourself for unresolved issues.” ~Bryant McGill As I ponder back over my forty-odd years on this planet, I can’t really remember going lengths of time without feeling offended. By someone’s words, or actions. It was simply my default […]

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6 Principles For Driving Online Reputation Management

Every startup fears that one angry and unfair customer who can jeopardize the business by a negative post on Ripoff Report, Yelp, or one of the hundreds of other consumer complaint and review sites on the Internet. Most entrepreneurs don’t even know how to keep track of what people are saying about them on the […]

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10 Winning Entrepreneur Insights That May Surprise You

Every aspiring entrepreneur would love to be the next Mark Zuckerberg or Jeff Bezos, but most have no idea what really sets these guys apart from all the rest. Conventional wisdom has them looking for a painful problem, a very large opportunity, and minimal competitive barriers to entry. In reality, most great entrepreneurs find these […]

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Failure to Properly Document Business Auto Use Will Cost You Big Time!

Taxpayers must be prepared to substantiate auto deductions with adequate records or sufficient evidence. Failure to do so will cost you thousands of dollars in increased taxes and/or fees to accountants or tax lawyers if you are audited. Taxpayers should be able to substantiate: The amount of each expenditure for the vehicle, including purchase price, […]

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10 Secrets For Getting More Things Done In Business

Every business professional I know faces the challenge of getting more things done on time, and getting the right things done. They all dream of working less, and accomplishing more. Yet I see that most are their own worst enemies. They seem to all fall victim to a common set of mistaken priorities and well-meaning […]

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Why Learning to Let Go and Adapt Is a Shortcut to Happiness

Charles Darwin is believed to have said that in nature, it’s not the strongest or most intelligent that survives but those who are most adaptable to change. No matter what kind of life we live, we all need to learn to adapt, because everything changes. Good and bad come and go in everybody’s life. It’s one […]

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8 Weak Change Signals That Can Have Explosive Impact

When the economy tanks as it did in the last recession, that’s a strong signal that things have to change, and it’s hard to miss. But most of us in business have to deal most of the time with weak signals, or change that is happening in a far more subtle way. These changes can […]

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9 Ways A True Entrepreneur Survives And Flourishes

Could you survive and flourish as an entrepreneur, or should you be satisfied working for someone else? That’s a question I get every day in my role as an advisor to business professionals, and it’s a good one to ask. In my view, the number of traditional long-term employee roles is declining rapidly, due to […]

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Easy Investment Mistakes

While there are a lot of options to consider for making good investments, there are an equal if not greater number of investments that no one should consider. Often, these investments seem like a “sure thing,” but they are anything but over the short or long term. To avoid common investment errors, always check with […]

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