Do you ever wonder why your customers call with seemingly “dumb” questions when the answers are blatantly described on your website? Just when you feel the urge to question their IQ, first take a moment and reflect on the reasoning behind the call in the first place. Nine times out of ten, prospects are not... More »How to Avoid the Hard Sell
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In negotiations, assumptions are just as dangerous as uncontrolled emotions and positive or negative expectations. Assumptions can work against us because most of us come to believe that we’re pretty good at reading other people, at understanding what they’re really feeling and thinking. But they can also work for us if we can get the... More »How Assumptions Work Against Us—and For Us Too
While many children in the U.S. know how to use computer software, very few children know how to make computer software. Is there value in teaching children how to code? Many industry experts believe so. Teaching children to code early on can vastly improve their computer skills and make them more competitive in the international... More »The Value of Teaching Children How To Code
It was possible to douse local fires and the population halfway across the nation and the world wouldn’t even get a whiff of the smoke; Not anymore. Now, a smoke cloud on a remote island is known to all and talked about on blogs forever. Believe me, social media writers like me won’t let that... More »Reputation Management: Defense Against Dark Arts
Trust is like a vase.. once it’s broken, though you can fix it the vase will never be same again. Unknown Whether you have started a new profession like teaching, have become a parent for the first time, or been promoted within your company, earning the trust of others is a crucial part of life.... More »On Earning Trust
Growing companies are finding that cloud technologies deliver needed services while helping them save money and reduce IT maintenance. Large and small companies are equally enthusiastic about running aspects of their operations in the cloud, but compared to large enterprises it’s often easier for a small business to make the move. More »Why Are Droves Of Small Businesses Taking To The Cloud?
Honestly speaking, more, than just enough have now been investigated, researched and reported about the possibly most effective management strategies in different business fields. Yet, can we ever suggest that there’s nothing more to explore in this aspect? Well, some of the latest discussions unveil the fresh perspective on the subject via introducing the newly-coined... More »Effective Management: “Leading the Company”
Easily Set Or Reset Chrome’s Spell Checker Language Recently, my Chrome browser’s dictionary decided to step out for a wee nip of tea… And decided that I’d be returning to the English mother-tongue! ;) I love my UK friends but I prefer my USA vocabulary… so Chrome needed to return home ASAP! Fortunately, it’s really... More »Set or Change Google Chrome’s Spell Checker Dictionary Language
If you have been reading articles or listening to news reports about the job market, it becomes obvious that the number of people currently seeking jobs outnumbers the jobs that are now available. If you happen to be one of those job seekers, you realize that you are competing against the odds. The question is,... More »Assessing Your Job Skills – What Makes You Different From All The Others?
Being successful in business depends largely on the consistency of your efforts to work. Building systems, strategies and schedules can help you expand and build an regular audience and thus creating more connections and potential profits. Here are 7 things that you should be doing daily to build you business: Set Daily Goals - It makes... More »7 Daily Actions You Should Do in Your Business
Entrepreneur Vanessa Merit Nornberg explains what's wrong with the Lean In women's leadership initiative. More »Sheryl Sandberg's Book Should Be Named Stand Tall
“Your job is to make me look good.” The first time I heard someone say that, I thought, what an obnoxious saying. Lately, the more I think about it, the more I see it is true. The phrasing is a little rough, but the reality is there, all of our jobs are to make someone... More »Cultures of Success:Your Job Is to Make Me Look Good – A Two Way Street
In advertising, companies will need a batch of fresh and updated contact information. These contacts serve as an audience to which companies present and promote their products and services. Every contact should also be updated in order to avoid any error and wasted resources. Growing the Business Companies always look for opportunities to find opportunities.... More »Managing Sales Growth With the Help of the Business List Provider
For the customer-centered enterprise, one of the primary advantages of understanding your customer at the individual level is that you can then organize your customers based on value. The Pareto Principle, also known as ‘The 80/20 rule’, is equally suited to business as it is to any other circumstance. This principle holds that roughly 80%... More »Your Business Profits & The Pareto Principle
Just because telemarketing seems old does not mean it is not incapable of promoting things that are far more ‘advanced.’ If such were the case, software companies would have lesser need to put a phone number for customer service. Despite so many technological advancements, there are many elements to a telemarketing call that remain to... More »Telemarketing When Your Product Is More Advanced