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Use Meetup.com for Low Cost Networking…The Old Fashioned Way (In Person)
By Nancy Leve
Web based networking opportunities via facebook, twitter, etc. are wonderful. But don't forget about in person networking to grow your client base.
Focus Brings Clarity
By Ken McGarity
In my interactions with Churches, Ministries and business leaders I have the opportunity to see a wide range leadership styles, goals, team dynamics a
Why Aren't You Generating Clients?
By Trena Stubbs
If you're trying to market to everyone, you will always struggle.
Does your staff cooperate or collaborate with you?
By Alicia Marie
How do we know they are aligned with us and the business vision?
What Do You, Lady Gaga, and Snooki Have In Common?
By Darren L Johnson
What if, within your industry, people were talking about you (and your company) at the same level as people talk about Lady Gaga and Snooki? How can..
OPEN SALES WITH RAPPORT, CLOSE WITH EASE
By Lyle R Johnson
Interestingly, how you open sale of a product/service/idea is much more important than Closing Techniques. A rare source article on Opening; read NOW
Negotiation Tips for Small Business
By Erin Engstrom
Negotiation: Tips to succeed in business and life.
FIVE WAYS SMALL BUSINESSES CAN SAVE MONEY IN AN UNCERTAIN MARKET
By Nathan R Mitchell
Nathan R Mitchell|Small Business Coach|Motivational Speaker|Tulsa OK|Springfield MO|Dallas TX|addresses five simple ways businesses can save money
Starting A Small Business In Less Than 24 Hours
By Ken Germann
In today's high tech world, it no longer has to take extensive amounts of time to start a small business.
The Three Reasons Your Small Business Needs A Blog
By Ken Germann
Just a few short years ago hardly anyone knew what a blog was, but now, because they are so easy to set up and maintain, their popularity has grown.