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    Change Actions Change Results

    Are you concerned about not getting their desired results or are you uncertain as to how to proceed? Most people find themselves at a literal standstill without a clue of how to get past the turmoil, so they continue to do the same.

    The worst approach to improving results is not to change a thing. …

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    Posted in Career Development, entrepreneurship

    Why You Still Need Business Cards

    Business cards may seem old fashioned especially for Generation Y and Z. However, it is still essential to actually carry a business card because it provides an easy way of letting other people get in touch with you and is more personal compared to a digital contact exchange. Therefore, it looks like business cards will …

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    Posted in Brand Yourself As, Networking, People, Skill Development

    An Easy Strategy for Handling Errors

    Our schedules are busier than ever, and technology is more complex taking many out of their comfort zones. The likelihood of making errors has substantially increased over time. But the worst error is in how one responds to someone else pointing out a mistake. Suggestions are made below for implementing improved strategies for overcoming errors …

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    Posted in Personal Branding, Success Strategies

    Tweak Your Response to Improve Business

    One of the more critical areas for getting to ‘yes’ is in our response style. A response may be an answer to a question, providing insight, or getting to the closing stage of pending business. Our communication affects all stages of the sales cycle and also includes the final stage for getting hired.

    Communication Reminders:…
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    Posted in entrepreneurship, Success Strategies

    Take A Timeout to Rethink Strategy

    Small children are given a time-out to rethink what they just did, and athletes take a time-out to regroup and restrategize. The rest of us can also benefit by rethinking what is currently in play.

    Make it a habit to frequently leave the computer behind and to take the time to exercise or enjoy nature …

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    Posted in Career Development, entrepreneurship

    How to Continue Moving Business Forward

    For most people new to a business, the knowledge of how to keep business moving forward is an unknown. The other side of it is a complete lack of understanding as to the importance the individual and their personal brand plays when it comes to achieving success. The same may be said for advancing one’s …

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    Posted in Career Development, entrepreneurship

    How Web Tools and Apps Increase Productivity at Work

    You don’t need to invest in expensive ERP tools to run your business successfully. Fortunately, with the rise of technology, there is an app for almost anything you imagine. Using online web tools and mobile apps, small and mid-sized businesses can manage their businesses with a smaller budget, using fewer resources and still be very …

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    Posted in Career Development, People, Personal Branding, Workplace Success

    Four Professional Alternatives to “F**k You”

    When we were bright-eyed young career starters, we undoubtedly all had a certain vision of our career-self as a true professional. We’d wear snappy suits and swan out to important client meetings and say things like “tell Jack it’s imperative that I have the xyz file on my desk by 5pm”.

    Moreover, we’d be the …

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    Posted in Reputation Management, Success Strategies

    Opinions Matter and Are to Be Welcomed

    We have all been a party to sensitive discussions both personal and in the corporate environment. We know that if we do say what’s on our mind, the other person will take offense. So, although we have the urge to blurt out our opinions we tend to hold back. Most of us are taught that …

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    Posted in Career Development, entrepreneurship

    Questions You Should Never Ask to Your Coworkers

    We are spending at least 40 hours a week at work so we start to feel like home after a while and get more comfortable talking with our coworkers. Nevertheless different rules apply in professional life and although we see our coworkers more than our family, we should still be careful and never cross some …

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    Posted in People, Personal Branding, Skill Development, Workplace Success
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