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The 7 Truths of Sales Leadership

The vast majority of sales managers get it wrong!
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Marketing: Use What Has Worked and What Is Working

His tactics aren’t unusual, but he’s applying them differently to appeal to different generations
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Why Character Still Counts

Having high character has become an increasingly important factor for leaders
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The Two Things Our Worst Jobs Teach Us

The worst jobs will always continue to teach us two things in particular
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Is Your “Workstyle” Cramping Your Lifestyle?

The “important” things are rarely urgent and vice versa.
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Small Business, Big Lessons: Rinse & Repeat

One of the core operational challenges in a business is consistency
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The Media Owes You Nothing

Like it or not, nothing boosts business like a little publicity. Despite the swirl of information about how social media has changed business, social media doesn’t seem to quell the need for good old fashion
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Your brand don’t matter. You better bring it.

Generation X is still a valuable and sought-after market
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The Original Workplace Disruptors, Would Like Some Love, Too

Employers would be wise to not forget about Generation X
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Women Succeed in Business Following Think and Grow Rich

The biggest factor in women earning less money and business success than men is primarily a lack of certain vital information of which women are totally unaware
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21 Ways To Live An "Inspired" Life

Are you living an “inspired” life? As I see it, an inspired life is one that first, and foremost, resonates with you. Here are 21 ways you can be that inspiration
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How the Triangle Made History for Cell Service in America!

Commercial cellular telephone service arrived in the Triangle in the wee hours of Monday, September 16, 1985. That day, the Triangle made wireless telecommunications industry history
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Five Lessons For Limit-Busting From A Double-Ironman

5 lessons, anyone can learn from what happened as I trained for “The Double.”
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Social Security Planning: Is It Necessary?

Recent studies have found few people understand the dollar value of the decisions they make about Social Security benefits.
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The Ripple Effect

What's the difference between having a meaningful life and a happy life?
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You Can’t Save What You Don’t Have

Whether you’re retired or working, do you really know where you spend your money?
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Marketing As A Profit Center

There are no guarantees in marketing, even with the best strategy in place. But if you yearn for different results, then you must be open to a different concept
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3 Lessons From A Gold Prospector

The old prospector thought if he was diligent, his efforts would eventually pay off
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Stealthy Career Search: Play It Safe

So you are working on your resume while at work and doing a little job search now that the economy seems to be roaring back. You may want to hit that boss button. Making a job switch requires balancing ambition
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Leveraging Value as a Competitive Advantage

The concept of value must take center stage if you are on a mission to woo, win and wow your customers.