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5 Tips for Remembering Someone’s Name

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July 12, 2014
5 Tips for Remembering Someone’s Name

Tweet Forgetting someone’s name can lead to a huge embarrassment when you are in a professional situation. And if you do this, the other person may wonder if they are really more than just a number or part of your profit margin. To prevent you from having an awkward situation with an employee, customer...
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Five Rules for Sales Success

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June 14, 2014
Five Rules for Sales Success

Tweet There are five ironclad rules for selling anything, anywhere, at any time. This is assuming, of course, that you’re starting with a quality product that is priced competitively, and that you are promoting the product in the places where your prospects would likely look for it. But even with all that in place,...
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How to Take Your Written Communication to the Next Level

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April 19, 2014
How to Take Your Written Communication to the Next Level

Tweet Individuals who communicate effectively with their writing at all levels are embracing an incredibly powerful tool. Unlike the old days of hierarchical business structures, effective communication today is not a process of writing out commands, but rather being a creator of environments that motivate people to perform at their best. Effective communication in...
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Five Tips for Effective Communication

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February 22, 2014
Five Tips for Effective Communication

Tweet You communicate everyday, all day, with people. Sometimes they are the people in your workplace, sometimes they are your readers, your fans, your friends, your family, strangers and even sometimes people you can’t stand. All the same you need to be able to have effective communication with each and every one of these...
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Increased Sales Usually Begin on Your Website

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January 24, 2014
Increased Sales Usually Begin on Your Website

Tweet Getting visitors to your website is only half the battle. The next step is to engage them and get them to take the action you want them to take. Motivating your site visitors to go from one page to the next and eventually take a desired action on your site is called “momentum.” ...
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The Value of a Winning Smile

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September 27, 2013
The Value of a Winning Smile

Tweet Dale Carnegie once wrote for American Magazine the life story of a certain New York banker. He asked on of the banker’s friends to explain the reason for his success. No small amount of it, the friend said, was due to the man’s winning smile. At first, Carnegie thought that may sound like...
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Find an Alternative to Criticizing and Complaining

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August 24, 2013
Find an Alternative to Criticizing and Complaining

Tweet Benjamin Franklin, who was tactless in his youth, became so diplomatic and adroit at handling people that he was made American ambassador to France. The secret of his success? “I will speak ill of no man,” Franklin said, “…and speak all the good I know of everybody.” Dale Carnegie knew that any fool...
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5 Key Strategies for Employee Engagement

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August 21, 2013
5 Key Strategies for Employee Engagement

Tweet There are few more critical aspects to organizational success in Alabama than employee engagement. If engagement is considered to be an investment in the future, then there is a better chance that each employee will have an increased opportunity to contribute, have additional work satisfaction, and stay longer as loyal employees. But employee...
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Blog Your Way to More Business!

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August 12, 2013
Blog Your Way to More Business!

Tweet It’s gotten to the point where having a blog associated with a business isn’t a choice—it’s a necessity. According to research conducted by MerchantCircle, which is a network for small-business owners, a well-maintained blog can increase traffic to your site by 30 percent. This comes from the steady connection established between you and...
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Are You Being Paid What You’re Worth?

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July 29, 2013
Are You Being Paid What You’re Worth?

Tweet In 2002, Jessie James’ “Monster Garage” debuted on The Discovery Channel, thrusting Jesse squarely into the limelight of reality television. Acting as host and team leader, the show featured custom hot-rodding at its absolute most bizarre. Jesse’s West Coast Choppers became an integral part of the program, and the Monster Garage team often...
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