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9 Strategies For Improving Employee Engagement and Strategy

    By John Stoker Here are a number of tactics that you might decide to adopt to reverse the feelings of negativity and help the folks to refocus their efforts during these times of unrelenting chaos. Change Your Perspective

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Workforce Reduction Without All The Headaches

Published by Jim Woods President of InnoThink Group @agilebizcoach  

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Donald Trump Dispenses 24 Great Business Tips For Entrepreneurs

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Get Adjusted: Making the Most of your Bottom Line

Previously posted in Inc by Andrew Silver Here are 7 common add backs that can boost your (earnings before interest, taxes depreciation and amortization)  EBITDA and company value: Owner’s salary and compensation–usually the largest single add back item. However, even

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10 Tips For Managing Your Cash Flow Better #smallbiz

Managing one’s cash flow can be problematic for many reasons. A large contract paid 90 days out may be needed to remain competitive. However, in the interim there are out of pocket expenses. This can be treacherous. The company could

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How to Explain Your Business Idea Like A 12 Year Old

So much in life is complicated. Wouldn’t it be great if you could just make it simple? You can with these tips. When you’re having trouble describing something, Kevin Daum suggests translating it into 12-year-old language: List the parts you

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Learning The Art of the Follow up

The art of the follow up is just as important as the start. On occasion I will receive a follow up call from an erstwhile salesperson. Rarely, am I offended when my work is interrupted if it is a up

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#Entrepreneurs Lessons From Netflix and 9/11: Creating an Emotional Business Road Map

If you know where you  want you business to go but you mislead yourself about where you are you. (Please share) What business are you really in? And where does your business need to be if it’s going to thrive

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Posted in Change, Leadership Mastery, Small Business

Goal Setting Doesn’t Work: 4 Expert Tips From Jim Woods

Business is about execution. Not talk. A goal or objective is tantamount to strategy who is impotent without execution. It is in the actual doing things where most strategies become excuses laced around regulations, competitive disadvantages, or “if they’d given

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3 strategies to plan ahead, stay on task and finish strong.

“Get the right people. Then no matter what else you do wrong after that the people will save you. That’s what management is all about.” Tom Demarco Whether you use employees or contract staff, you want to make sure to

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