Innovative Leadership – Critical to Address Current Challenges

In this time of dramatic change in our business and government environment, the need for leaders to refine their leadership approach has never been more critical to survival and success of their organizations. Innovative leadership is the type of leadership that allows already successful leaders to raise the bar on their performance and the performance of their organizations. An innovative ...

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How To Increase Your Productivity As An Entrepreneur

This guest post was updated September 23, 2011.  The guest post is courtesy of Alana Cash sorry for any confusion. For endurance purposes, making the work environment as comfortable as possible is important – not just ergonomically, but psychologically as well. Entrepreneurs generally work longer hours than employees of their own company and others.  An entrepreneur also has a difficulty ...

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Twelve Ways to Use Entrepreneurial Thinking to Help Our Schools – Part 2

These days, education professionals find themselves struggling to navigate a brave new world of growing challenges and shrinking budgets. One business-world solution can help schools better deal with new challenges from their economic woes: try thinking more like an entrepreneur. (7) Always Look At A New Idea Through Your Constituents’ Eyes. In our world of almost instant computer-driven communications, blogs, chat ...

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Twelve Ways to Use Entrepreneurial Thinking to Help Our Schools – Part 1

These days, education professionals find themselves struggling to navigate a brave new world of growing challenges and shrinking budgets. One business-world solution can help schools better deal with new challenges from their economic woes: try thinking more like an entrepreneur. In past economic downturns, it was the private sector that bore the brunt of company closings or huge layoffs. Today’s downturn ...

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Don’t Underprice Yourself

Determining the perfect price for your products and services can be difficult, but it will often make the difference between getting a client and losing a client. I’ve been in business for 29 years and I’ve seen it happen again and again: people underpricing themselves in the job market. Their thinking is that if they don’t ask for too much ...

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Keeping Your Business Secure (Book Review)

Book: Business Security: How to Protect Your Small Business Against Fraud, Debtors, Theft, Workplace Violence, and More Author: T.A. Brown Pages: 167 Twitter Review: Often an overlook aspect for business owners, this book offers simple practical ways for security. Review: Published in 2008, this is a book that provides information which  is still current.  Among the topics discussed and evaluated include monitoring employees ...

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To Be or Not To Be An Entrepreneur

To be or not to be an entrepreneur has never really been a question for me. I come from a long line of self-starters who, luckily for me, braved the odds of success and showed me that it can be done. No one in my family struck it rich like an Internet start-up phenom, and, as with any business, bad ...

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Forget 140 Characters. Welcome To The Future!

In the beginning people were excited about blogging, they could write their heart’s desires, but slowly writing is becoming more and more terse.  Why say something in 2 pages when you can say it in in page? Better yet, why say something in 280 words when you can say it in 140 characters? Enter Twitter and it’s revolutionary micro-blogging platform. However, we ...

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A World Ruled By The 5 R's of Absolute Success

Imagine a world ruled by the 5Rs of Absolute Success: respect, responsibility, recognition, renewal, and resilience.  Wouldn’t that be something?  Imagine a place where respect for oneself and others was supreme, where responsibility and taking care of one’s assignments ruled the day, where success was accepted and embraced, where renewal and rebirthing were integral parts of lived experience, and where ...

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Worrying is Not a Business Plan

In your kitchen you probably have a spice or powder-filled container with a plastic top that has two tabs – one for pouring or spooning, and one for sprinkling. That top is most likely derived from the original Flapper my company invented. Today there’s an entire line of Flapper products used by over 150 companies, including Durkee, Cremora, San Giorgio, ...

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