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Winning with Sales

By admin / June 5, 2008 /

The true measure of the success of any business is the bottom line—sales minus cost of sales. That's about as bare bones as you can get when looking at it. Managing the cost of sales is an analytical process. It's pretty much black and white. Managing sales, however, is a different matter. While certain aspects…

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The Unifying Power of a Family Mission Statement

By admin / June 5, 2008 /

The chaotic, hectic pace of a home-based business underscores and even heightens the need for each family member to feel anchored and unified in what the family is all about. Without such anchoring, everyone goes their own way and the family ceases to be the vital source of nurturing support and enabling power that it…

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The Time Is Now

By Les Brown / June 5, 2008 /

 ‘Each day is a gift filled with opportunities to rise above fear, self-doubt and mediocrity to fulfill our purpose.’

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Priority Balance: The Things That Matter

By admin / June 5, 2008 /

Conceptually, priorities are simple, even obvious. We should know what is important to us, and we should spend our time and our thoughts on the high priorities rather than the low ones. But in reality, in the day-to-day, it is not so simple. There is often little correlation between how important things are to us…

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Les Brown: Hard Times Go to Your Heart and Into Your Soul

By Les Brown / June 5, 2008 /

Inspiration to get back up when life knocks you down

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Improve Yourself–Starting Now

By admin / June 5, 2008 /

Home improvement is big business these days. If a trip to your local Home Depot or Lowe’s store doesn’t convince you (as a group, home improvement retailers rang up an estimated $197 billion in sales last year), just check out the latest edition of TV Guide. From hit television shows such as Trading Spaces to…

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Commit to Constant and Never-Ending Improvement

By Jack Canfield / June 5, 2008 /

Jack Canfield, co-author of the "Chicken Soup for The Soul" series , wrote &q

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Brian Tracy: Million Dollar Habits

By admin / June 5, 2008 /

Psychologist Abraham Maslow once wrote, “The story of the human race is the story of men

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Using Behavioral Differences to Build Teams That Work

By Tony Alessandra / June 4, 2008 /

"Round up the usual suspects," the gendarme ordered in the famous line from the movie

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1-on-1: Unique Advertising Techniques

By John Assaraf / May 26, 2008 /

Q: What are a few unique and inexpensive ways to advertise my business?

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