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  • Ten commandments of content marketing

    Although you don’t have to etch this into stone, you should definitely take notes and make sure you are following these guiding principles ...

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  • Sales savvy: Keeping tabs on cold calls

    There is nothing more frustrating than to confuse “Jacob Johnston” with “John Jacobs” in your sales notes.  There you are, ...

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  • Act with inspiring courage

    Mastering your fears begins with having the courage to fail, which is the opposite of being afraid to fail. If not managed and controlled, being ...

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  • Small-town spirits and savvy

    Lakeside, the smallest incorporated town in Colorado – with fewer residents than you can count on two hands – recently welcomed one of the largest ...

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  • Crash course: Hack attack prevention tips

    There I sat, wide-eyed, the day before Christmas, as my computer died a horrible death from a virus (or hackers). Unable to access any of ...

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  • Beat the job-search blues

    The holiday glow has worn off and the guilt of taking a few weeks off to spend with your family and to over-indulge is kicking ...

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  • Breaking bad sales habits

    It's never easy to acknowledge that you may have developed some bad sales habits. Breaking a bad sales habit is not an event, but ...

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  • Success at a Mile Hi

    To both grow and give back, Mile Hi has been diligent about planning strategically and keeping its finances in order. Partnering with the right company ...

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  • Kick-starting the new year

    When meeting with clients, we often explain to them that securing intellectual property rights of inventions or products is an important step of the process, ...

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  • Trends everyone missed at this year’s CES

    Every year that I attend the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, I reach a point of overload of product strategies and emerging trends ...

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Ten commandments of content marketing

Get noticed -- and get results

By Michelle Ellis

Guidance from the Council on Environmental Quality

Modernizing NEPA implementation

By Sandra Snodgrass and Dessa Reimer

Sales savvy: Keeping tabs on cold calls

You gotta have a system

By Sam Dobbins

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State of the state: Winter sports

World Ski Championships bring visible benefits to Vail

By Gigi Sukin

Act with inspiring courage

Do you control fear, or does fear control you?

By TC North

Regional report:

Loveland-Greeley-Fort Collins ripe for innovation, expansion

By Suzie Romig

Small-town spirits and savvy

Lakeside liquor store employees outnumber residents

By Gigi Sukin

‘STEM-phasis’ revisited

Job outlook for science and engineering grads not so clear

By Mike Dano

How free Wi-Fi makes people happy

And more productive

By Shawn Adamson

UMB’s 2015 Prognosis: More momentum

Favorable outlook backed by Top Company roundtable

By Mike Taylor

Crash course: Hack attack prevention tips

Your computer doesn't have to die like mine did

By Esty Atlas

Unique challenges for women investors

Are you playing catch-up for retirement?

By Shelley Ford

Beat the job-search blues

Not only survive but thrive

By Shawna Simcik

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Sales savvy: Keeping tabs on cold calls

Good stuff, Sam! Thank you! By Denise Alleman on 2015 01 27

Seven questionable career services…

Anyone who recommends linkedin, doesn't know what they are talking about. Linkedin is TERRIBLE, half the jobs posted are just recycled from other job boards or company websites, too many confidential listings (can you spell ID theft), the comparison tool that tells you that you're unqualified for even the most basic jobs, and the search function absolutely sucks. Improve the job market, by firing HR. These people have no skills despite their inflated degrees, make dept heads responsible for evaluating talent, and if you must have HR, let them get the candidate coffee and show them the restroom! By RJ on 2015 01 23

Beat the job-search blues

That is a great article and the information is tremendous to who is looking for a job. By Dan Mauter on 2015 01 20

Colorado's bigger, stronger discrimination law

I quit hiring employees. I will only work with contractors on a job by job basis. When employees have all the rights and the employer is assumed guilty from the start, there is little incentive to take on the risk of an employee. Employees should be held liable for the business' legal costs when they lose a discrimination lawsuit. By LINDA FERENTCHAK on 2015 01 20

Colorado's bigger, stronger discrimination law

Why hire when the risks outweigh the reward! A small business can win the case and still lose because of the litigation costs. By John on 2015 01 20

Workplace wellness surge

Hi Lisa Marshall, you really broke this down into very good details and am so impressed to have come across what i have been looking for. Do you have some more related contents, kindly subscribe me to your website so i can get notification each time you publish related quality information about weight loss and fat loss because good advice like this are rare to find online. Thanks for this candid quality guide, I look forward to read more. Yours, Helen Cole By Helen Cole on 2015 01 19

Colorado Business Hall of Fame Laureates: Bob & Joanna Sakata

More power and success to the Sakatas. Here is hoping they continue to keep the developers and realtors at bay. Farming is far more important than another apartment complex or strip mall. By Steven Shepard on 2015 01 19

Trends everyone missed at this year's CES

I get the same sensory overload at the CEDIA show in Denver. Although not nearly as big as CES in Vegas. CEDIA just crams technologies at attendees and there is no way to see it all. My concern is the home automation industry is not even approaching an industry standard and there are so many different and competing technologies they cancel each other out. Home automation may never become common because there is no way for the consumer to determine the best product or the best value when there is so much to choose from. And when a technology or a HA dealer goes obsolete the consumer is left holding the bag every time. By Steven Shepard on 2015 01 18

More cool trends the CES missed

Thanks for the CES review! So much of the other press is pandering for more gadget advertising dollars, so it helps to get the BIG picture! By john Tahoe on 2015 01 18

Trends everyone missed at this year's CES

Wrong enemy on medical devices cited as I have found every doctor shown my tracking to be either supportive or curious about getting more information. "Health Insurance" companies will KILL, maim, & cause the suffering of more US citizens until their lobbyists & tentacles can be extracted. Along with regulators, the "insurance" industry will fight the future of good health to Death! By John Tahoe on 2015 01 18
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