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5 Steps To Landing Big Deals & Becoming A Sales Superstar

Do you have what it takes to outshine your competition and secure major deals?
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Political Apprentice At Work? You’re Fired! – A Guide To Surviving The Election Season At The Workplace

This presidential election cycle creates unique concerns for companies dealing with employees
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Can’t File Your Taxes on Time? Don’t Panic!

If you can't file your taxes by April 15 there is no need to let the anxiety build.
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Leveraging the ‘Power of Many’

The truth is no one ever achieved great riches or success in a vacuum.
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15 Lessons Every Entrepreneur Needs To Know

Being an entrepreneur can be exhilarating, but it can also knock you to your knees
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Take The Affirmation Challenge And See Changes In 30 Days

Over four centuries ago, William Shakespeare said it well, “If you seek a virtue and have it not, assume it.”
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No One Likes Salesmen

Every organization that is a for profit sells something
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Dealing With Jerks

Know any persistent jerks in your life? If you can’t “beat” them, please don’t join them.
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The Original Workplace Disruptors, Would Like Some Love, Too

Employers would be wise to not forget about Generation X
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How To Let Boldness Breathe

If your dream doesn’t scare you, it’s not big enough
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Inheritance Choices: What Will You Leave Behind?

One of the most challenging aspects of planning an inheritance is families are complicated. In the context of family, what seems like the simplest choice – dividing assets equally among all of heirs – beco
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5 Random Thoughts That Will Improve Your Sales

We all know that there are things we can do everyday to be performing better
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Are You Brave Enough To Say “No” To Mediocrity; Few Are

When we choose to do ‘good enough,’ we are making a choice
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Want More Long-Term Happy Clients Next Year?

What is one thing you have that your competition does not?
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Have a Holly Jolly Office Party, That’s Lawsuit Free

While most holiday work functions go smoothly, it would be foolish to simply dismiss those that have ended in disaster as flukes.
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Alive and Well: The Spirit of Giving

The vast majority of money given to charities each year comes from individuals – some are wealthy and some are not
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Five Lessons For Limit-Busting From A Double-Ironman

5 lessons, anyone can learn from what happened as I trained for “The Double.”
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Are you a Fearmonger at Work?

Let’s consider the cost of workplace fear.
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The Ripple Effect

What's the difference between having a meaningful life and a happy life?
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Paying for College

There are a myriad of ways to reduce the expenses associated with college