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  • Office Chairs from A-Z  By : Matt Boyce
    Brief guide to office chairs
  • Offshoring and Small Businesses  By : Catherine Matthew
    There are several ways in which a small business owner can save money. One of the ways is the use of online marketplaces.
  • Lifestyle Entrepreneur Statistics  By : Kelly ONeil
    Kelly O'Neil, owner of UpLevel Strategies is on a mission: to stamp out that ‘pull the covers over your head while moaning “I hate my job’ and Monday Suck!’ ritual that occurs with a majority of the American population. She is helping people create profitable business models doing what they love to do. She is helping America turn their passions into profits!
  • Where Have All The Honest Managers Gone?  By : Bob Selden
    Is honesty missing from management today? Does honesty have any impact on morale, productivity, employee turnover? Find out the latest research results and how a manager can apply these results on a day to day basis.
  • Celebrating The MLK Holiday Without Cutting Into a Businesses' Operating Revenue  By : Elizabeth Moreno
    Employers face a dilemma, each year, on which holidays to give off to their employees. Many employers do not give Martin Luther King Jr. birthday as a holiday. They do not want to be seen as racist or close minded, but employers are concerned about making enough revenue in order to pay for their overhead. However, employers have a lot of options in solving this dilemma without cutting into their revenue.
  • Managing Your Boss: 4 Rules To Live By and 4 Steps To Take  By : Bob Selden
    What’s the number one reason for failure at work? A poor relationship with one’s boss. There are some simple ways that can help build a good relationship. This article sets out 4 steps to take and 4 rules to follow to ensure a good relationship with one’s boss.
  • Step Up and Lead  By : William Frank Diedrich
    Most people today believe there is a leadershgip crisis. They don't have much confidence in their leaders. The answer is not to complain about other leaders, but to become an effective leader yourself. here are some steps you can take.
  • 3 Secrets to Time Management for Small Business Owners  By : Audrey Burton
    Time Management is a big issue for small business owners! Read about my 3 secrets and get the answers to your questions that you didn't know how to ask.
  • Taco Pumps - useful component for residential use  By : Pexsupply
    Pumps or circulator pumps are an integral part of any hydronic system when installing or adding radiant heat to homes and businesses.
  • Flipping A House For Real Estate Profits  By : John Savage
    A lot of people these days will tell you that serious wealth can be gained by buying and selling Real Estate
  • Basic Steps for Home Business Success  By : John Pawlett
    When you make the decision to earn income from the internet you will need to go through a set up process to be ready for your home business.
  • 10 Things Every Home Based Business Owner Needs  By : John Pawlett
    When you make the decision to earn income from the internet you will need to go through a set up process to be ready for business.
  • The Fun Of Starting A New Business  By : John Pawlett
    So you had that fantastic business idea, the one that's going to be wildly successful and make you a fortune - even better, you actually did something about it and started your own business. Good for you! Not everyone gets that far. Most people sit and day dream about what they might do if only ....
  • Enterprise Application Integration: A Case Study  By : Kristen Pucket
    Brightree is the fastest growing provider of business management solutions in the Home Medical Equipment (HME) and Durable Medical Equipment (DME) market. In 2006 Brightree expects to process over $1 billion in claims and add a new customer approximately every other business day. Brightree is the only solution of its type endorsed by the 2,200+ member VGM service organization.
  • Learning the Business Side of the Music Business  By : Jaci Rae
    If you don't learn the business side of the music business, you might end up bankrupt. Paying attention the bottom line is essential if you want to succeed.
  • A Seller's Dash For Cash  By : John Pawlett
    Today, eBay is considered to be one of the most lucrative auction sites available in the Internet.
  • Mental Skills in Business: The 7 Key Rules of the Mental Road (Part 2 of 2)  By : Dr Jacques Dallaire
    Dr. Jacques Dallaire's seven powerful rules to improve personal performance and achieve greater success in business and in sport. Short topic: improving mental skills. Part 2 of 2.
  • Creating Workplace Harmony: Discover and Release Hidden Causes of Tension  By : Brenda Shoshanna
    Anger has turned into an epidemic in our world together. However, it is not difficult to release tension and create harmony in your enviornment and relationships if you understand the basic truths about anger, and how to make new choices in your life. Once we become aware of the underlying causes of our upsets, it is a simple matter to replace negative perceptions and behaviors with behavior that creates well being for all.
  • Outsourcing Can Help Grow Your Business  By : Tal Fighel
    Small business outsourcing refers to a decision to sub-contract some or all of the duties in the company. The main motive or reason is to allow the company to invest more money, time and human resources into important activities and building strategies, which can help to fuel company growth.
  • Should You Open Up An Ebay Store?  By : Saleem Rana
    When you open up an Ebay Store, you can enjoy some remarkable money-boosting opportunities. We look in detail at how to set one up properly.
  • The State Of Paid-To-Surf Programs Today  By : Saleem Rana
    Are auto paid to surf programs dead after the Stormpay crackdown? Not entirely, but you have to understand a few things first.
  • Is Adsense A Good Idea?  By : Saleem Rana
    Adsense can work for you if you understand what it is and how to set it up properly.
  • The Turnkey Way To Boost Your Sales  By : Saleem Rana
    Here's a simple way to get much more marketing mileage out of your digital products.
  • December 31, 2007: Where Will Your Business Be?  By : Sandra P. Martini
    You create your list, you write your plan, you dream your dreams and, before you know it, another year has passed and you're no closer to achieving them. Are you thinking "been there, done that"? If so, I'd like you to repeat after me...
  • There Are Only Two Types of Employees - Which are You?  By : Joseph Turner
    There are only 2 types of employees at any company. Do you know which type YOU are?
  • Cold Calling: You Won't Believe the Power of This Word!  By : Leslie Buterin
    One simple word can turn that sales presentation from a downward spiral to a tightly wound spring on it's way up!
  • The Marketing Formula That Produces Profits  By : Mary Foley
    Imagine having a faucet – a profit faucet. Whenever you turn it on, money comes pouring out from grateful customers, giving your company and you the profits you need to keep going, to help turn even more customers into raving fans. That’s the power of the Marketing Formula. Use it to grow your business.
  • Behavioral Interviews - A Great Showcase for You  By : Joseph Turner
    Behavioral job interviews are a great showcase for your stories but you must prepare now.
  • Innovation and the Information Economy - Corn, Cars, and Concepts  By : Linda Ford, PhD
    You've read a lot about the "new economy" in recent years. See how the workplace has evolved and what you need to do to succeed as ideas take precedence over other resources. Learn about the importance of stories and intuition as decision drivers (along with data, of course).
  • Organizational Communication: The “Trickle-Down” Effect of Management Behavior  By : Margot Thompson
    Ethical behaviour within any organization begins at the top. As surely as the behaviour from the C-suite affects management, the behaviour of management affects the teams they work with. In light of this reality of organizational communication, today’s managers would be well-served to remember five keys to ethical behaviour.
  • How To Set Goals That Stick  By : Susan L Reid
    A goal is fierce! To be an accomplished goal setter, you must become a fearsome time manager by setting priorities, completing tasks on time, and eliminating distractions. If you want your goals to stick this year you will need to understand that those who manage their time, manage their world.
  • Some Great Website Business Models  By : Saleem Rana
    As an affiliate, there are a number of website models you could employ for handsome profits.
  • Starting a business is NOT a risk. Keeping a job is..  By : Tal Fighel
    It has been taught many years by society that everyone should go to school so that they can get a good job. So people follow this and are now having jobs that they think can give them security and freedom.
  • The Keys To Having A Successful Home Based Business  By : vincent murphy
    Tips and information on how you can develop a successful home based business.
  • How To Leverage Your Mindset For Success!  By : Glenn Dietzel
    Business is about influence, or leverage. Your book that you will author is a tool to leverage your credibility. And the first step in preparing your mind for success is to see yourself as an expert.
  • Revealed: The Great and Mysterious 9-Step Process Behind Crafting a Killer Tagline  By : Lani and Allen Voivod
    Ever wonder how it could take a writer so long to write two or three words ... or why they charged you hundreds of dollars for them? Get a sneak peek into the cranium of a tagline maestro and discover the method behind the madness.
  • Do You 'Make a Sale' or 'Provide an Experience'?  By : Sandra P. Martini
    You ordered a glass of wine and two bottles of water. The bill came to US $40. Are you shocked? Horrified? I smiled. Why did I smile rather than cringe? It was the "experience". I was immediately brought back to the people, the chatting, the smells, the feel of the warm sun on a winter's day, the sound of the Fountain of Four Rivers -- all of it, generated off a receipt for wine and bottled water.
  • Make Big Profits From Resale Rights  By : Saleem Rana
    With the right resale rights product, you could potentially earn substantial income.
  • What Your Cleaning Company Needs to Know About MSDS  By : Steve Hanson
    There is no way a cleaning company can effectively do its job without using chemicals. Your company may use just a few basic products or a multitude of cleaners for various situations. No matter how many or how few chemicals you use, it's important that you have the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for each different product that your company uses.
  • 3 Job Interview Questions You Must Master  By : Mike Perras
    We all agree that going for a job interview can be a very nerve racking experience. All you need is confidence going in and you'll be fine. BUT BUT BUT .. yes there are several buts and Mike Perras answers 3 of the toughest interview questions you need to master well. Listen to the audio section as well.
  • Set Sane Financial Goals  By : Audrey Burton
    Don't make yourself nuts! Set reasonable financial goals for your business. It doesn't have to be complicated.
  • Attract New Clients with Giveaways  By : Kelly Robbins
    Attracting new clients, especially the right kind of client, can be easy. Simply give away free information. Clients learn more about you and you easilty attract clients that you like to work with.
  • Leadership: Being Open to Feedback  By : Bill Pullen
    In order to be effective, leaders need opne, honest feedback from the people around them. Yet, oftentimes, while the leader says she wants feedback, her actions and reactions to it say the opposite. In this article, Bill Pullen, President of Pullen Associates, sheds light on this dynamic and offers insights for growth.
  • Coffee Shop Franchises  By : John Pawlett
    What was I thinking? I really need to get my head on straight when it comes to business.
  • Another Year Hating Your Job or Loving Life?  By : Mary Foley
    So, how satisfied are you with your career on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being extremely satisfied? If your answer is 6 or below, what needs to change for your career to be a 10? Will you spend another year hating your job or will make a change so that you’re loving your life?
  • The Perpetually Increasing Textile Industry  By : Karishma Roy
    India takes a global leap in it's textile exports with improved infrastructure, quality and technology thus leaving a word of concern to it's toughest
    competitor and neighbor, China.
  • The Feasibility Of Help Desk Outsourcing  By : Keith Londrie
    It may be a concept that was once a remote consideration for your business concerns, but help desk outsourcing is a real, viable and practical option that many enterprises are resorting to in this day and age. The reason is simple: you get the same high quality work for a more economical price.
  • Relationships Versus Leadership  By : Kreg Enderson
    Effective leadership is a complex combination of skills, knowledge, and other “personality” qualities all rolled into one person or role. Find the right combinations, and your leadership career will prosper. But how important is it as a leader, to build great relationships based on trust and respect?
  • Californian Businesses Sales: Hint And Tips  By : John Pawlett
    There are many profitable businesses for sale in California, and so if you are a beginning entrepreneur, it might be a good option to investigate the possibility of owning one instead of simply starting your own.
  • Ignoring The Americans With Disabilities Act Could Cost Your Business A Bundle  By : Arnold Hernandez
    The cost of not complying with the ADA in California.
  • A Better Strategy for Hiring  By : John J Reddish
    Professional Sports recruitment practices can help managers place a greater focus on strategy in their selection efforts. This approach can also help the manager think more logically about the potential of his/her team and creative ways to boost team performance and succession potential.
  • How To Make Serious Money  By : Saleem Rana
    A good way to make serious money is to build a solid foundation of principles that will guide you in the right direction.
  • Women Business Owners Making Their Mark in the 21st Century  By : Alvin Toh
    It is estimated that the number of firms owned by women has grown about double the rate of all other firms in the past ten years. Marjorie Alfus, chairperson for Women’s Business Research said, “Women business owners are significant players in the nation’s economy and their momentum shows no signs of slowing down”.
  • How Much Should You Charge?  By : Greg Chapman
    When marketing a product or service, businesses find it difficult to set their prices. Too high, and no-one will buy, too low, everyone will buy, but you will go broke. So how do you set your prices? You must set your prices on value, and on what the market will bear.
  • Finding Your Way Through The Maze Of Opportunities For Making Money Online  By : Merlin Richards
    Find your way through the Maze That is the internet
  • The way out is in - a magic pill for success?  By : Anne Kelly
    You are infinitely resourceful and within you are the answers to all of your questions. Still, if our answers are within, why do we seek solutions from outside of ourselves? Why do we wish for a "magic pill"?
  • Every Prospect Always Ask These 2 Secret Questions  By : Ann Liu
    To ensure your business success, there are two questions you should keep in mind, which every prospect always has, if you can follow through, your business empire will be built up soon.
  • My Guide on How to Stop Losing Customers  By : vincent murphy
    Here is my guide on how to stop losing customers and how to avoid these online business mistakes that will turn visitors away from your website and cause you to lose profit and popularity.
  • How Well You Prospect and Sell Can Determine Your Business Success  By : Robert Williams
    Most aspiring home based business owners quickly discover, much to their dismay, the need to skillfully prospect for customers and convert them into sales within the due course of operating their businesses. Fortunately, there are alternatives to developing those skills.
  • Stakeholder Engagement - How to be more successful by creatively engaging your stakeholders  By : Linda Ford, PhD
    When it comes to effective execution you just can't do it in a vacuum. You must create stakeholder-based innovations, strategies, systems and processes, and metrics if you want to really execute. Read this article to learn how to integrate your stakeholders for a powerful competitive advantage.
  • Let Go of My Ego?  By : William Frank Diedrich
    I have studied literature in leadership and spirituality and have found a common thread. The common thread is this: if you want to be successful and fulfilled you need to keep your ego in check. Data and experience suggest that the playing field may be more level than we thought, that anyone can build success if they can step outside of their ego and do something well. Charisma and attractiveness are as much liabilities as they are assets.
  • 7 No Cost Tips to Market Your Business  By : John Pawlett
    Marketing a business can be fun, exciting and creative. It can also be very frustrating and expensive if one doesn't know what outcome they are looking for or how to evaluate cost effective methods of marketing.
  • The Value of Private Investigation Training  By : John Pawlett
    People are not born great. Sure, some may be born with raw talent, but that is not the equivalent of greatness. Greatness is achieved through training.
  • Grow Your Cleaning Business By Creating a Referral Machine  By : Steve Hanson
    One of the fastest ways to grow your cleaning business is to get referrals from your current customers. There may be times when a customer will pass your company's name along without any prompting from you. However, to really get your clients to work for you, it's important to encourage referrals.
  • Office Desks: A Buying Guide  By : Matt Boyce
    Guide to buying office desks
  • Bring Your Business To The Next Level This Year  By : Thom Scott
    Concentrate on entrepreneurial skill development, versus learning the latest tactic, in order to develop greater business success now and in the future.
  • 5 Ways to Constantly Attract Good People  By : Mr Sital Ruparelia
    Recruitment is one of those activities that you cannot just 'switch on' when you have a vacancy and expect instant results. To attract the right people on an on going basis, you must have some key steps or systems in place all the time - even when you have no open vacancies.
  • Do You Have What It Takes To Become A Preneur?  By : Susan L Reid
    Becoming an entrepreneur and small business owner is not for everyone. For many people, the very thought of not having a steady paycheck is enough to put them off. For others it’s the cost of starting a small business, paying for health insurance, social security, and benefits that do them in. Still, for the fortunate few who feel the call of the preneur, this is about as exciting a time as it gets to start up and launch your new business!
  • Advance Wholesale Video Games Re-Selling Tips  By : Joaquin Reveron
    Current unknown tested tips for marketing your mini-store empire on the Internet today.
  • 5 Ways To Ensure You're Not Lied To At Interviews  By : Mr Sital Ruparelia
    “Sital, I often find people exaggerate what they did in their previous roles and the kind of work they have been exposed to. But we don’t usually realise this until we have hired them – and by then it’s far too late.” What can you do during the interview to find out if someone is telling the truth?” Find out 5 ways in which you can minimize the risk of being lied to by potential employees.
  • How to Sell Your Home Made Perfume  By : Allan Wilson
    One of the first things you will need to look at when making the decision on selling your own perfume is what it will be called.
  • Be Fair and Start Online Business the Hard Way  By : Walter Minton
    Oliver Junkwagon explains how unfair it is to start an online Business without wasteing lots of money and going on a few wild goose hunts first.
  • Avoiding the 4 Icebergs of Hidden Business Risks  By : Judy Tucker
    There are the business risks we're all aware of. And then there are the ones that lurk in the fog of day-to-day corporate life. Like icebergs, what pokes above the surface only hints at the danger. Here's how to recognize and deal with four of these hidden risks.
  • 7 Steps to Exceptional Virtual Team Communication  By : Margot Thompson
    A team is only as good as each member’s ability to communicate effectively. This is true of any team, but let's face it - virtual teams face a unique set of communication and connection issues. Leading virtual teams can be challenging at times, but there are specific and effective steps to take that will build strong connections, communication and trust within your team. Virtual teams can build exceptional communication.
  • Selling Horse Tack Online  By : Stacey Christiansen
    If you sell horse tack, or simply stock a small supply horse tack and supplies in your barn or stable for your clients, you should know that selling those same products online can be another source of revenue for your business. This article will give you some tips on selecting the right shopping cart software and how to set up your products in the online catalog.
  • Leadership: Take Time to Energize  By : Bill Pullen
    Leadership is a marathon, not a sprint. All too often leaders push themselves as if they are sprinting and fail to make it to the finish line. They burnout. In this article Bill Pullen looks at three different leaders and how they pushed themselves to the edge then stepped back and saw the impact of doing so.
  • Is Your Distributor Depriving Your Business?  By : Joaquin Reveron
    What to do when your distribution channels get stock and cant expand to greater markets
  • How Top Event and Meeting Professionals Increase Profits!  By : Erika Trimble
    Success as an event and meeting professional has never been more challenging, due to increasing competition and higher demands to meet business objectives. If you feel a little overwhelmed, you’re not alone. Merely projecting a veneer of confidence isn’t an option. So what can you do?
  • Why the Minimum Wage Media Spin Doesn't Matter to Your Business  By : Chris Zavadowski
    Things are looking up! With gas prices dropping, more Americans investing in the stock market and luxury spending reaching an all-time high, top Internet marketer and network marketing trainer, Chris Zavadowski, tackles the REAL state of the business economy (and it's certainly not what you see on the news).
  • How to Develop a Professional Image -- Even If You Work Virtually  By : Sandra P. Martini
    In this day of technology and the dreaded recordings, insuring that you maintain a professional image is crucial to business success. How you come across on the phone, through your website, on a plane or at a networking event directly impacts how others (read "potential clients") perceive you and your business. Especially if you ARE your business.
  • Six Figure Success: How Coaches Can Build the Ideal Business and Profits  By : Kelly ONeil
    Every consultant has had the feeling: the conviction that your own private service practice is your true calling. Your passion quest. Yet, the mundane details of actually running a business make even the most inspired business person ask whether the choice was the right one…
  • Want Business SUCCESS? So change your mindset..  By : Tal Fighel
    Negative self-talk and negative self-belief are the most common ways that can keep a person away from succeeding in business. You MUST get your mind right and thinking in a positive way before you even think about becoming a success at anything. The ATTITUDE is AS Important as the ACTION taken.
  • Get Your Systems In Place Now!  By : Pat Wiklund
    The myth of automation says computers will solve all our problems. Not so! If we don't have good systems before we automate, we'll have terrible ones, unworkable systems, after we try to put them on a computer.
  • What Traits and Characteristics Make a Successful Entrepreneur?  By : Ann Liu
    People who start their own business may be members of different political parties, feel differently about religion, economics and other issues than others do. Based on the human nature, they are just like everyone else.
  • Business Owner’s Manifesto: Must Do’s  By : John J Reddish
    A business owner has to be clear about why s/he’s in business, what his/her responsibilities in running the business are, when to go for it and when to get out, how the business potential can be maximized and why the business is there in the first place. The Business Owner’s Manifesto makes the key issues clear.
  • Increase Your Ebay Sales By Shopping At WalMart  By : Mike Perras
    You can increase you eBay sales by at least $5,000.00 net per year just by shopping at WalMart. Let me explain how.
  • Online Music Promotion for Newbies  By : Ty Cohen
    Are you tired of playing miniscule gig after miniscule gig only to generate pennies? Are you tired or working that second job, just to scrape up enough dough to put gas in the van to get to gigs?
  • Leading-Edge Wholesale Distributor Tips  By : Joaquin Reveron
    Profitable tips to enhance your wholesaling diligence with initial and re-current e-commerce product line
  • Learn to Sell Only to Deserving Customers  By : Daniel Sitter
    I have several ex-customers and prospective accounts that I choose not to do business with. That’s right… I choose. While the reasons vary, the common thread is that pursuing their business is not a wise use of my time or company resources.
  • Leadership Valentine - A Culture of Inclusion  By : Linda Ford, PhD
    This year, give your organization a Valentine. That's right - an organizational Valentine. Skip the hearts and flowers and give them a Valentine that will help them feel valued and engaged. Do this by making sure that your culture is inclusive, that the day-to-day practices of your organization truly include everyone. Your organization will be more innovative and more successful in the market if you do.
  • You Only Have 30 Seconds…  By : Audrey Burton
    Does your 30 second introduction make you money? After hearing it, do people come to you asking for more information? If you are not sure, or if you already know you need help, read on!
  • Getting the Most out of Your Packaging  By : Peter Renton
    Packaging is often an afterthought when it comes to putting together a retail product for sale. But for a product to reach its potential it needs to have great packaging. This article explains how to get the most out of your packaging for your retail product.
  • Finding The Right Business Investment  By : Jason Sands
    Whether you are strategic planning to start your own business, looking forward to some profitable work from home opportunities or searching for a suitable business partner, preparing the perfect setup for a business is one of the first and most important steps that you need to take.
  • Dangers in Contract Negotiations With Non-English Speaking Consumers  By : Arnold Hernandez
    Basic of contract negotiation laws with non-English speaking consumers in California.
  • Do Not Allow Embezzlement To Eat Into Your Business  By : Kevin Muir
    Many entrepreneurs don't know embezzlement exists in their businesses. However embezzlement is common in most workplaces and you should accept that your office is probably no exception. Instead of having parasites eat into your business, this article suggests step you can take to save your firm.
  • The Case for Better Contract Management: Reducing Risk, Cutting Costs  By : Judy Tucker
    Businesses can't live without contracts. But it's often questionable how well we're living with them. What's hidden in the fine print in your filing cabinets can threaten the health of your organization.
  • How To Select Your Boss - - a three pronged selection strategy  By : Bob Selden
    Did you ever find out after starting in a new role that your boss was not all that you thought he or she might be? When applying for a new job, we are (rightly) concerned about putting our best foot forward and making sure that we are selected. Often we neglect the fact that it is a two way street – they select us and we select them. This article provides some sound “boss selection strategies”.
  • Proven Time Management & Productivity Techniques for Entrepreneurs  By : Sandra P. Martini
    My friends are always amazed at how much I accomplish and frequently ask "How do you get so much done?". I normally just shrug it off, but the question has been coming so much lately that I decided to share my top productivity techniques. My top two are included here and the remainder will come in next week's article.
  • Making money while you're not working  By : Kelly Robbins
    Whether you're a sole practitioner or a very small employer, many home business owners are personally involved in almost all aspects of their business, and find that almost every spare minute is spent thinking about work, even on vacations or while doing errands.
  • Where Succession Planning Fails  By : Dennis Heath
    Too few organisations have formal strategies for succession planning, relying purely on an optimistic view that someone will naturally emerge to take over vacant senior positions. However, even in companies that have formal succession planning strategies, things don't always go according to plan. This article explores some of the reasons why even the best intentioned succession planning can sometimes fall short of expectations.

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