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Top 5 Reasons Why Businesses Fail

While we never want to focus on negatives in any part of our life, starting or managing a business is the perfect time to do just that.  Why? Because knowing the common reasons that businesses fail, and what you can do to avoid this fate befalling you, puts you in a great position to ensure… Read More »

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Being A Business Manager Requires More Than Business Theory

You’ve invested blood, sweat and tears in your business, not to mention time and money. You’ve nurtured it from humble beginnings through tough times to a fully-functioning, sustainable and profitable business venture. You don’t want to put all of that at risk, so you need to be very, very careful about who you hire to… Read More »

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Diagnosing Problems With Your Small Business

A small business can be an ambitious and satisfying venture to take on, but there may come a time where, for whatever reason, your business stalls.  The first important thing to do is to identify exactly what your problem is.  Are you not getting enough customers?  Are people coming in, but not buying?  Or is… Read More »

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Keeping Your Business Going No Matter What

Life is a finicky thing. Sometimes the best laid plans work out. Sometimes they don’t. When things are running smooth most of us may not like to think about the ‘what if’ situations that might come up later on down the road.  However, business owners do not have this luxury. This is because no matter… Read More »

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Maximizing Efficiency In The Office

In order for your company to run with the best at its potential, it is important to assure that it is running at its most efficient.  In order to do that, you need to do a few things in order to maximize motivation and limit wasted time.  Setting weekly goals, utilizing tools like project planning… Read More »

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Why Personal Development Is a Leader’s Top Priority

  The late Jim Rohn, one of the great authorities on personal achievement, explained how he went from being an Idaho farm boy to being a business man who was offered multi-million-dollar contracts. His secret: “Learn to work harder on yourself than you do on your job.” This one piece of advice is so important… Read More »

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The Key Skills Needed To Be An Effective Project Manager

A project manager must co-ordinate a variety of tasks that the assignment requires. This work generally includes budgeting, scheduling, designing plans, team assembly, team management, problem resolution and performance reporting. Along the way, the project manager is involved in a variety of smaller tasks that allows the project to come to a successful completion. These… Read More »

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Improving Your Approach To Business

I used to believe that I possessed an enormous amount of business knowledge and acumen. Although it’s certainly nice to have such confidence, the truth is that it’s sometimes wise to acknowledge weaknesses. Over time, I’ve come to appreciate the fact that I still have much to learn. Once you accept that there is room… Read More »

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Is Your Project Manager The Problem?

Companies hire project managers to help departments stay on track. But sometimes the Project Manager can actually be the problem, hindering successful results. Do you know if your Project Manager is the problem? Here are a few ways to tell? Do employees prefer to communicate outside of the Project Manager? A good Project Manager should… Read More »

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