Author Archives: George

5 Principles For Working With Someone You Don’t Like

One thing is certain in any business – not everyone you have to deal with will be like you, or will like you (and vice versa). These people may include one of your business partners, an investor, a key vendor, or even one of your best customers. In my role as a business advisor, I…

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5 Unexpected Ways IT Services Might Save Your Startup

While startups can (and often do) operate with as few as a handful of employees using personal laptops in a shared workspace, the successful ones encounter rapid growth and the challenges that come with transitioning to a larger scale. There are, however, a number of steps a small business owner can take in order to…

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21 Years in Business Online and Why I Keep Showing Up

  I’m celebrating 21 years in business online… and these are the two things that push me to keep trying to get better…   The post 21 Years in Business Online and Why I Keep Showing Up appeared first on Jeff Walker.

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Brick And Mortar And Franchising

(Retail stores)   When you think about retail franchise opportunities, what brick and mortar stores come to mind? Better yet, what types of brick and mortar stores do you think of? FYI: This retail store is not a franchise. (Unfortunately) But this packing and shipping franchise is. If you need help naming retail franchises, you’ll…

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10 Common Dilemmas That Derail Many Entrepreneurs

Most entrepreneurs struggle with many startup founders dilemmas in building their business, and these key dilemmas are probably the biggest source of pain and failure for the entrepreneur lifestyle. People may jump into the lifestyle to be their own boss, achieve great wealth, start a new trend, or all the above. The dilemma is that…

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Weekend Favs August 19

this post was first published at: http://www.ducttapemarketing.com/ Subscribe to the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast If you know your small business needs marketing, but don’t have the time or resources, look no further. The Duct Tape Marketing podcast covers everything from earning referrals to managing time and being more productive.

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Visual SEO Solutions In A Modern Market

Advertisements often follows trends. Trends are always shifting. The long-form commercials which can still be found on old television show compilations from the forties and fifties simply wouldn’t work today; but they do provide excellent windows into the past, and by extension, what is and is not effective advertisement. Keeping Current In Your Advertisement Technique.…

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Top Project Management Courses For Beginners

The market is expanding and as a result of that, the numbers of project managers who are capable of dealing with their work strategically and also execute them successfully are finding themselves overburdened with work. So there is huge scope for those individuals who can deal with the stress and workload of a project engineer.…

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How To Recognize Talent

by Soulaima Gourani, founder and CEO of Tradeconductor Millions of U.S dollars are wasted on “talent spotting” and “talent management.” We are wasting our energy on talents who are not really talents at all. And we overlook many who truly have a talent, just because we can’t SEE their talent. What is talent, and how…

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From The Flea Market To The Stock Market

by Bill Green, author of “All in: 101 Real Life Business Lessons for Emerging Entrepreneurs“ For a regular guy growing up in the suburbs with no silver spoon to be found anywhere, no trust fund waiting for me to turn to at the right age and no guarantees that life was going to work out, turned out pretty well…

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