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Mike Reynolds

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Mike Reynolds

Mike Reynolds is a career visionary and executive in the world of private finance and mergers and acquisitions, with a long history of building and growing successful organizations. In his 30 years of success, Mike has transformed companies and industries with his innovative management techniques and his ability to spot and […]

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How Can A Company Deal With Financial Challenges

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Running a company presents many challenges before the CEO. From managing employees to resolving unexpected issues, the company will keep you on your toes. However, financial challenges present the ones that CEOs afraid the most and can also be a painful experience for everyone. You simply can’t predict everything, but […]

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Make More Money With A Better Business Website

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Conquering the digital space of the business industry is a tall order.  You cannot simply build a website from a template, and sit, waiting for your business to explode into a reign of glory and income. Working the online circuits takes special skills and applicable knowledge of how the internet […]

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The Real Cost of a Small Business Loan

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You’re running a small business … this could be something like a busy, drop-a-coin laundry service with thirty units of washers and dryers or it could be a bakeshop turning out daily a good volume of great-tasting bread loaves, cakes and pastries everybody in the neighborhood just can’t seem to […]

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Lawyer Stephen I. Ostrow – How To Sue A Telemarketer!

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Lawyer Stephen I. Ostrow – How To Sue A Telemarketer!

Born in New York City, undergraduate studies at The State University of New York, Buffalo. After backpacking throughout Europe for a year, graduated from The Pepperdine University School of Law. The courtroom has proven a natural setting for Steve’s East Coast wise-guy style. a business and real estate attorney, combining […]

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5 Ways High-Performance Organizations Make Meetings Effective

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Every organization has to figure out how to make meetings productive. It’s a complex challenge. To be effective, each meeting needs to engage the individual talents of the people involved, work to achieve the organization’s specific goals for the moment, and do so in a way that’s both culturally relevant […]

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Shonali Burke – How Your brand use Social PR

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Shonali Burke – How Your brand use Social PR

Shonali Burke is an award-winning brand strategist who helps purpose-driven individuals and organizations alike bring their big ideas to life through people-centric, measurable marketing communications. In addition to leading a successful virtual consultancy to this end, she is adjunct faculty at The Johns Hopkins University and Rutgers University, as well as […]

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Francis Jackson – Important Updates for Veterans

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Francis Jackson – Important Updates for Veterans

Francis Jackson is an attorney who specializes in disability law for those seeking veterans disability benefits and social security disability benefits. A founding partner of Jackson & MacNichol, he has been featured on NBC, CBS, ABC and FOX network affiliates around the country. He most recently appeared as a guest of […]

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How To Talk to Complaining Customers

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How To Talk to Complaining Customers

Photo Credit Obviously, every business would avoid getting complaints if they could – but it is an inevitable fact of running a company that sometimes you are going to have to deal with angry customers. But rather than seeing this as an entirely negative experience, it could be one which […]

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Joan Tabb – Building Blocks for the New Retirement

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Joan Tabb – Building Blocks for the New Retirement

Joan Tabb is the founder of Great in 8 Coaching and author of Building Blocks for the New Retirement. An expert in managing life transitions, she is a sought-after career and executive coach, blogger, and speaker. Her new program, ReVitalment, is reinvigorating boomers’ retirement paradigm. What led you to write this […]

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