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How to Build the Right Work Culture for Your Business

Running your business the right way takes a lot of effort. We put out lots of articles on countless subjects relating to this. Sometimes, it feels like a marathon effort. You figure out one way to improve your business, only to find out that you have something else entirely to devote resources to. If you…
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New, Enhanced, and Unique Sales Technology For Your Business

~ by Amanda Peterson ~ The sales field is a competitive landscape where seizing just one opportunity to be a step ahead can make or break a business. Much like the sales industry, the technology industry is always changing and new efficiencies are being created every day. These tech advancements have bled into the sales…
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Social Media Tips for New Entreprenuers

~ by Haziqa Ishtiaq ~ Entrepreneurs or “solopreneurs,” top businesses or newbie startups, like PennySaviour, all need the power of social media to get their word across to the thousands of people in the world. We are not in the Stone Age anymore; we are in the world of the internet where it is possible to…
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Secrets to Being an Outstanding Public Speaker

~by Donya Zimmerman~  As a Public Speaker, you must understand that the speech is not about you, it’s about the audience. Professional speakers understand the need to focus on a problem and give solutions to it. As a public speaker, you should create a connection with the audience. The best speeches are remembered because the…
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Traumatic Brain Injury: The Ugly, the Bad & the Good

~by Laura Gray~ . It’s been almost a year since I sustained a traumatic brain injury after falling off of a horse. I landed directly onto my head, which resulted in a disproportionately bad injury and permanent brain damage. With this kind of injury comes a variety of symptoms and complications that must be dealt…
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3 Tips For Building the Next Generation of Leaders

One of the most important parts of my life is building the next generation of leaders.  I find that I have an affinity for mentoring others, and really enjoy it.  I also think that it is very important to teach others to fish for themselves, so that they can lead.  I do this in my…
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Leadership Is About Making Hard Decisions

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ Leadership is all about fun and games. Until it’s not. Being a leader, and being in a leadership position is about making hard decisions.  It means that even when the going gets tough – and sometimes it really does get tough, you’re willing to step in and do what needs to…
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Creating a Dream Team for the Family Business

~by Donya Zimmerman~ For your family business to succeed, you need to create a “dream team”. The “dream team” for the family business consists of: Accountant Attorney Insurance Agent Bookkeeper Business Coach Banker Mentor Here are some important groups to have on the “dream team” for the family business: Board of Directors Management Team Human…
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3 Tips to Build Trust

One of the key requirements for leading people effectively is trust.  They have to be able to trust your decisions.  I would argue that it’s probably easier to obtain that trust in your private life, and in volunteer work than it is in the corporate environment.  That’s because in your private life, and volunteer work,…
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7 Job Fair Tips For College Students

It’s that time of year again when career fairs are about to start going full force.  It is always an interesting exercise in people watching, to say the least.  Since I’m looking for several interns this year, I thought I’d share seven job fair tips for College Students.  This isn’t necessarily a comprehensive list, but…
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