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Here's how to avoid chaos in your company

Someone sets the tone, kick-starts the culture, makes the uncomfortable decisions and facilitates dialogue about how to improve and what changes must occur. Good leaders do that. Poor leaders don’t; they just get in the way.
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Here's how to avoid chaos in your company

Someone sets the tone, kick-starts the culture, makes the uncomfortable decisions and facilitates dialogue about how to improve and what changes must occur. Good leaders do that. Poor leaders don’t; they just get in the way.

Boomerangs: Should you rehire a former employee?

Sometimes called “boomerang employees,” rehired workers offer many benefits. If you’re thinking this may be a good option for your company, here are some questions to consider, along with a few tips for integrating boomerang employees back into the office.

Never, never, never, ever disparage your competition

I need not trash my competition to outperform our competition. Over time, all bad firms are pushed out of their closet into the spotlight of their community.
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A brand evolution: An insider look at repositioning

Repositioning a brand can drive business, increase retention and improve overall audience perception. Despite the somewhat involved process, the upsides of a repositioning process far outweigh the relatively small investments of time and energy.

Do you know how to use humor in your B2B pitch?

There are many great reasons to use humor in your pitch or presentation with a prospect. But using humor in your pitch is not without risk, so be smart about exposing your funny side by following these seven tips.

Why no one is buying what you're selling

I believe that you can sell without being aggressive. You can sell without being pushy or salesy. You can sell without using slimy or sleazy tactics. And you can sell without selling your soul. But it is impossible to sell without selling.
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Why the quest for balance won't make you happy

The truth of it is, owning a growing business and having a full life can be like a constant game of trying to get ahead of a fast-moving train.

Follow Sinatra's advice for a better life

Perhaps you'll find guidance, as I do, from Frank Sinatra in his song, "That's Life". Here's a useful interpretation of the song with seven key lessons

Why you should have only one goal the rest of your life

To have a life of purpose, we have to live on purpose. Here are three reasons why you should take the bull by the horns and make life happen for you, not to you.
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Just got engaged? Here's what you need to know about combining finances

Many couples will talk freely about a range of subjects but shut down when it comes to discussing money. Like any other issue in a relationship, it is important to talk openly and honestly.

The stock market hits 20,000: What happens now?

The Dow Jones Industrial Average broke 20,000 last month for the first time in a post-election rally. However, it was short lived lasting only three days before falling below. So what does this milestone mean?

Now is a good time to review your retirement plan

For those who have an employer-sponsored retirement plan, the beginning of the year is always a good time to look at the market and check in on your plan.
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