Steve MacGill: Who Do YOU listen to?

Steve MacGill: Who Do YOU listen to? - http://zanesafrit.typepad.com Avatar Posted by ZaneSafrit under Management
From http://zanesafrit.typepad.com 4003 days ago
Made Hot by: on July 12, 2008 4:56 pm
As a leader, who do you turn to for advice? Why? For what kind of advice? How often? Steve MacGill, CEO and founder of Peersight Online, asks these questions and hopes those with answers will share them at the post. Read More
We can all use reminders to vacation. Rest, re-creation, time away from the job lets you recharge, reignite, reconnect. Many, many times I find the best solutions come to me when I'm not sitting at my desk. Read More

Is it really better to have first mover advantage?

Is it really better to have first mover advantage? - http://www.instigatorblog.com Avatar Posted by luckycharmer under Strategy
From http://www.instigatorblog.com 4002 days ago
Made Hot by: on July 10, 2008 4:19 am
Being first doesn't guarantee success. If anything, being first is fraught with more peril; since you don't have anyone to copy or compare to. And, depending on how innovative your product offering, you might be too early for VCs to get it too, making raising money even harder. Often, when a space heats up, after the first few companies have gone Read More
Commitment to a goal or person or ideal is a very powerful step. Great things happen when you do. This post explains why. Read More

If You're Open to Growth, You Tend to Grow

If You're Open to Growth, You Tend to Grow - http://www.nytimes.com Avatar Posted by luckycharmer under Self-Development
From http://www.nytimes.com 4002 days ago
Made Hot by: on July 9, 2008 10:48 pm
WHY do some people reach their creative potential in business while other equally talented peers don't? The Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck believes that the answer to the puzzle lies in how people think about intelligence and talent. Those who believe they were born with all the smarts and gifts they're ever going to have approach life with Read More

Seven Lethal Business Mistakes to Avoid

Seven Lethal Business Mistakes to Avoid - http://www.allbusiness.com Avatar Posted by suzyQ under Strategy
From http://www.allbusiness.com 4004 days ago
Made Hot by: administrator on July 7, 2008 5:15 pm
From article: One of my vacation reads this year was "Famous Last Words" by Jonathan Green. This sometimes funny, frequently poignant compilation of deathbed quotations offers a glimpse at the characters of famous people as revealed by their final words. Whatever words you may utter if your business collapses, the failure can often be traced Read More

How to Outsource Your Brain for Fun AND Profit

How to Outsource Your Brain for Fun AND Profit - http://www.searchinfluence.com Avatar Posted by macromax under Strategy
From http://www.searchinfluence.com 4008 days ago
Made Hot by: RickMick on July 7, 2008 3:57 am
A great article on why you should outsource some of your work and a little info on how to do it. Read More

Run Your Small Business Like A Hotel To Be Successful!

Run Your Small Business Like A Hotel To Be Successful! - http://www.usatoday.com Avatar Posted by TheProfitRepairman under Management
From http://www.usatoday.com 4008 days ago
Made Hot by: on July 4, 2008 7:49 pm
What performance metrics do you want to monitor for your business unit on a continuous basis that are the most important and are very volatile for the achievement of operational and sales success? Also ask yourself what kind of precise micromanagement report you want, to whom should this report go to, and when and how often should this report be v Read More

Leading your employees to success

Leading your employees to success - http://www.sbnonline.com Avatar Posted by luckycharmer under Management
From http://www.sbnonline.com 4009 days ago
Made Hot by: on July 4, 2008 4:33 am
Smart Business spoke with David Houri about why motivation is nothing without ambition and how failing to communicate your philosophy is like being married for two days and having a change of heart. Read More

When Regulators Come Knocking, Call The SBA

When Regulators Come Knocking, Call The SBA - http://www.forbes.com Avatar Posted by ArmadaIG under Legal
From http://www.forbes.com 4010 days ago
Made Hot by: on July 3, 2008 4:45 am
Entrepreneurs are always griping about dealing with too much government regulation. Is there any way to ease the frustration? Yes--by calling on the very government giving you headaches in the first place. Don't believe it? Back in 1996, Congress passed the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Act, which aimed to ease small businesses' r Read More
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