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How Rejection Can Make Help You Become A Great Entrepreneur

September 13, 2013 6:04 PMComments Off on How Rejection Can Make Help You Become A Great Entrepreneur
How Rejection Can Make Help You Become A Great Entrepreneur

  My entrepreneurial journey began on the night of my senior prom – what should have been a special event turned out to be one of the worst nights of my life. I was an incredibly shy and insecure child from a family without many resources; and as a result, […]

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Policies, Procedures, Patrols and Power

September 11, 2013 7:50 PMComments Off on Policies, Procedures, Patrols and Power
Policies, Procedures, Patrols and Power

Every organization has its own set of policies and procedures. Many organizations have orientation programs, some of which are quite elaborate. Therefore, everyone is on board with that particular organization’s own set of rules. So everyone follows them right? Wrong! In fact, in some organizations, everyone except the managers and […]

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I can’t afford a P.R./media exposure campaign – or can I?

September 5, 2013 5:40 PMComments Off on I can’t afford a P.R./media exposure campaign – or can I?
I can’t afford a P.R./media exposure campaign – or can I?

It’s a phrase I hear over and over again from many entrepreneurs, small businesses owners and inventors: “I’d love to hire someone to launch our publicity campaign professionally, but we can’t afford it, so I’m just going to have to do it on my own.” I’ve conducted an informal survey […]

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5 Tips to Lead Change in Challenging Times: An Interview With Barbara Trautlein

August 9, 2013 8:26 PMComments Off on 5 Tips to Lead Change in Challenging Times: An Interview With Barbara Trautlein
5 Tips to Lead Change in Challenging Times: An Interview With Barbara Trautlein

Bert Martinez interviews change expert Barbara Trautlein Putting the right people at the helm has launched many high-profile, highly successful turnarounds, from Jack Welch in his early days at GE to Meg Whitman at eBay. But companies don’t have to fire the entire C-suite to put “new” leadership in place, […]

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