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Get ready for Cyber Monday now
Cyber Monday -- the Monday after Thanksgiving -- is arguably the biggest sales day of the year for many eCommerce sites. The last thing a ...
Sell the way your customer buys
Countless hours and thousands of dollars are spent on developing strategies and presentations to entice, influence, inspire, motivate or convince a potential customer to say ...
Big change is coming to credit/debit cards
Don't wait to start planning an equipment migration. Now is the time to begin developing a strategy for implementation of the EMV standard. POS ...
Five remedies for negative rumination
Rumination flows from an unsatisfied state of being and is often fueled by our self -judgments due to unmet goals or perceived failures in life. ...
Executive wheels: The VW enigma
I recently drove the 2014 Jetta SE and, frankly, was disappointed that it was pretty much the same as the Jetta I drove last year, the ...
Five tips to help conquer your mountain
Have you ever climbed a mountain? There's nothing better than standing on top of the world with a 360-degree majestic view. From here, you ...
Shocker: Financial reporting just got easier
I’m a CPA, and I’m here to tell you financial reporting became simpler and easier to use in two significant areas. ...
Hiring a veteran could be a great business decision
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Time to rethink and reset?
Are the exercises you are doing helping or hindering? Sometimes it pays to reset your routine. Earlier this season, I had a patient present to ...
What mobile internet traffic means for your small biz
You already know there’s a good chance your target customers are keeping their mobile devices close by, ready at any moment to log ...
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