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To Retire With Confidence, Have A Plan

Retiring with confidence is to develop a plan that makes sense
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Marketing: Use What Has Worked and What Is Working

His tactics aren’t unusual, but he’s applying them differently to appeal to different generations
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The Most Important Business Lessons Ever

What should be your obvious differentiators are not always so obvious
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Did You Buy Low After the Brexit Vote?

There are many reasons a company’s shares may trade below full value
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Your brand don’t matter. You better bring it.

Generation X is still a valuable and sought-after market
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Is Your “Workstyle” Cramping Your Lifestyle?

The “important” things are rarely urgent and vice versa.
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Did You Just Hire a Loose Cannon?

How do you know the difference between a loose cannon and a person who just has a lot of confidence?
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Is Following Your Passion Wrong?

Following your curiosity is less daunting
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Paying for College

A few things to discuss with your student during college planning conversations
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3 Counterintuitive Ways To Drive Sales NOW

Implement these three counterintuitive strategies to boost your activity
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Stock Markets and Election Years

You’ve probably encountered at least one article discussing the ways in which elections may affect stock markets
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What’s Your Grit Quotient?

The evidence is pretty strong. People with more grit are more successful in their pursuits.
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The Mid-Year Check Up – A Vital Ritual of Success

Can you believe we'll be kicking off Q3 in just a few short weeks?
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An “Old School” Hack I Learned From My Dad

My habit has served me better than any other productivity hack in the past 35 years
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Career Control and Career Marketing: Managing Time Effectively

Is there enough time to do your job, market your career, and lead a balanced life? Yes, there is.
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Stop Recruiting New Employees Like It’s 2008

When recruiting new talent into your firm, here are a few observations to keep in mind
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Almost 7 Out Of 10 Salespeople Are Failing…Here’s Why

The number one reason why salespeople fail goes back to fundamentals
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Stock Markets and Election Years

You’ve probably encountered at least one article discussing the ways in which elections affect stock markets