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Dust Settling In The 08 Hurricane
written on December 16, 2008 by Andy Birol
Growth Strategies

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We Are All Subject to The Law Of the Hierarchy of Habits
written on December 16, 2008 by Bill Truax
Prospecting

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Start Planning Now
written on December 11, 2008 by Bill Truax
Prospecting

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Field Sales Prospecting Just Do It
written on December 10, 2008 by Bill Truax
Prospecting

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Advertising to iPhone and G1 Mobile Users with Google Adwords
written on December 10, 2008 by David Goebel
Search Engine Marketing

Now we can target mobile users with search advertising. This is great for location specific searches for restaurants, shopping, and attractions. During Christmas 2007, the iPhone drove more traffic to Google.com worldwide than any other mobile platform.

 

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Put Your Winter Utility Bills on a PreHoliday Diet
written on December 09, 2008 by Mike Dungan
Greening Your Business

 

The recent arrival of daylight savings time, the falling temperatures, and the graying skies reminds each of us that winter is knocking firmly on our door at home and at work.  And with the shorter, brisker days of the Ohio cold season come increased home and business fuel, gas and electric usage that leads to inflated energy bills and deflated budgets.  But does your winter utility spending have to follow this familiar pattern?  

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10 Signs Your Strategy Doesn't Work
written on December 08, 2008 by Andy Birol
Growth Strategies

It is getting late; do you know where your company's strategy is?  In spite of all your meetings, strategic planning efforts and company groupthink, are you sure your company has a clear business strategy?

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Market Update 1212008
written on December 04, 2008 by Frank Fantozzi
Investment Management

While we think the economy will continue to produce ugly statistics in the months ahead, some things do appear to be getting better for financial markets over the last few days. Importantly, President-elect Obama has been putting his team of advisors and Cabinet officers together, and we think he has made good choices of seasoned people. He has designated the current head of the New York Federal Reserve, Timothy Geithner, as his Secretary of the Treasury.

 

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Is Green The New Red
written on December 04, 2008 by Joel Libava
Investing in a Franchise

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Get Healthy Check Out These Hot Websites and Blogs
written on December 04, 2008 by Ellen H Brown
Healthy Lifestyles

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How to Save Money On Your Business Insurance
written on December 04, 2008 by Francine Price
Business Insurance

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Sales People are Cowards
written on December 03, 2008 by Bill Truax
Prospecting

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Hope is Not a Strategy
written on December 02, 2008 by Eric Kurjan
Strategic Planning and Execution

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It is Easier to Increase Sales than to Cut Costs
written on December 02, 2008 by Bill Truax
Prospecting

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15 Onboarding Errors Companies Make Part 1 of a 2Part Series
written on December 02, 2008 by Kenyon Mau
Recruitment and Safe Hiring Practices

It never ceases to amaze me how little attention many organizations pay to a new employee's first days with their new employer. I have heard the complaint from many candidates over the years looking to change jobs that one reason was that they have never felt totally "engaged" with their employer. It seems companies work hard at the hiring process (though I would argue many miss the boat here too). Yet once the candidate says "yes" to the offer, no thought is given to what is going to get this relationship off on the right foot.

 

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SelfImage
written on December 02, 2008 by Joe Mayer
Personal Evolution

You become what you think about.... most of the time.  Is it coincidence that a meeting we dread to attend will leave us dissatisfied and angry?  That a sales call we were forced to make never turns out to be productive?

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2009 Federal Standard Mileage Rates
written on December 02, 2008 by William Riccio
Tracking Business Finances

Under Revenue Procedure 2008-72, the Internal Revenue Service has issued the standard mileage rates for 2009. The standard mileage rate for cars, vans, pickup trucks or panel trucks will be decreasing to 55 cents per mile starting January 1, 2009. The standard mileage rate for medical or moving will be decreasing to 24 cents per mile. The charitable miles driven rate will remain unchanged at 14 cents per mile.

 

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Virtual technology for small businesses
written on December 02, 2008 by Steve Krisfalusy
Business Technology

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VoIP Must Be Partnership between Your Voice AND Data Vendors
written on December 02, 2008 by Laura Leggett
Telecommunications

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Prospecting Your Future is Dependent on Your Present
written on December 02, 2008 by Bill Truax
Prospecting

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Sales Management and Leadership They arent the same
written on December 02, 2008 by Bill Truax
Prospecting

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Owners Manage Thyself
written on December 02, 2008 by Andy Birol
Growth Strategies

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BeliefsActionsResults by Wendy Weiss
written on December 01, 2008 by Diane Helbig
Relationship Selling Strategies

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Face The Dragon by Kelley Robertson
written on December 01, 2008 by Diane Helbig
Relationship Selling Strategies

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Employment Tax Reporting Changes for Some Single Member Limited Liability Companies
written on December 01, 2008 by William Riccio
Tracking Business Finances

Starting January 1, 2009, a little know rule is going to change how some single member limited liability companies report federal employment taxes and wages. Back in 2007, new treasury regulations were issued. The biggest change made was to make the limited liability company responsible for filing and paying all employment taxes for wages paid after December 31, 2008.

 

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