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Business Survival Tactics: When Disasters Strike

So your business finally has everything it needs to start: a fully furnished office decked out with top-of-the-line equipment. Good start, but I bet you haven’t thought about how to protect your business from Mother Nature’s wrath. It probably didn’t cross your mind but it’s something to think about, especially when natural disasters can bring …

Have you ever had an important phone call and right after hanging up you mumble to yourself, “What the hell did I just say?” Singing to Jesus Christ Superstar’s Everything’s Alright is probably what I’d do in order to cope, but don’t dwell on it because you’re not the only one who’ve endured those hellish …

Expand Your Horizons to Perform Better

Do you recall those feelings as a kid where you were certain something was lurking in the closet? Well, my solution to those hot nights consisted of clutching my prayer beads with dear life and falling asleep due to sheer fright. But then there are those times when your boogeyman frustrations led you to fling …

Time Blocking: Making Your Time Worthwhile

Time is precious, and it’s inevitably ticking away while you sit and ponder about what to do; however, setting aside some alone time each day to, well, ponder, may just be the best thing you could do for yourself. Stephanie Vozza’s article discusses author Gary Keller’s use of time blocking: a technique where he devotes …

Word of mouth can be a business owner’s best tool – inexpensive and highly effective. This form of marketing is essential for reeling in all your customers, especially if you’re fresh in the market as a start-up or small business. In this case, those with big mouths will be an asset and they’re your fleet …