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Hire Square Pegs for Round Holes

Hire Square Pegs for Round Holes

Featured Topics: Hiring Employees, Job Descriptions, Job Applications, Business Growth, Human Resources, Business Muscle [powerpress] This podcast episode concentrates on how to hire new employees to maintain or strengthen one’s business core and increase “business muscle”. It is a given that in most companies the workforce is a critical muscle in the business body. Unfortunately how individuals are hired is often dealt with poorly and with significant financial and long term consequences for a […]

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Every Business Needs more Core

Every Business Needs more Core

Featured Topics: Business Core, Business Processes, Business Growth [powerpress]   Kirk: “Scotty! We need more CORE !” For those of us who came of age in the 1960’s and for the generations that have come since, Captain James Kirk, of Star Trek Fame, has become a cult hero. Did you know that Captain Kirk was also a philosopher, personal trainer and business management consultant.? I didn’t until I saw the most recent Star Trek […]

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Five Business Lessons that Sandy Taught Us

Five Business Lessons that Sandy Taught Us

I live in Charleston, SC and “knock on wood” I have never experienced a devastating hurricane, even though the ghost of hurricane Hugo still lingers in this city. Watching the pictures from the effects of Hurricane Sandy has reminded me that the ghost sticks around a long time, especially if you don’t learn the lessons on how to deal with the demon. There are many lessons to be learned from Hurricane Sandy. Far too […]

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Does Your Business Have 20/20 Vision?

Does Your Business Have 20/20 Vision?

Featured Topics: Vision Statement,  Business Values, Exiting a Business [powerpress] As we get older our eyesight changes. We don’t have the 20/20 vision that we had when we were younger. We need corrective lenses in order to see things the way we once did. However, just because our eyes no longer function as well as before, we are the people. Our impaired vision does not really change us. It doesn’t change our values, our […]

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Fall in love with your Business – Again

Fall in love with your Business - Again

Featured Topics: Exiting a Business, Selling a Business, Business Succession, Business Exit Planning [powerpress] It’s human nature that once we ‘fall out of love’ with something it’s really difficult, sometimes impossible to ‘fall in love’ with it again. The business world is strewn with owners who have fallen out of love with their business. This happens often, whether it’s from burnout from the stresses of meeting payroll, getting orders out on time, handling personnel […]

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Receivables are Cash waiting to happen.

Receivables are Cash waiting to happen.

Guest: Chris Lehnes – Versant Funding Featured Topics: Cash Flow, Accounts Receivable, Factoring, Receivables Funding [powerpress] Let’s face it, a sale is meaningless if you can’t collect timely payment for it. In essence when you sell on credit, thereby creating an account receivable, you are giving your customer a discount. They get to use the product or service that you have provided for a period of time without having to pay for it. At […]

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Stop the Presses!! – Newsweek is stuck in an old business model

Stop the Presses!! - Newsweek is stuck in an old business model

Stop the presses. I mean literally STOP THE PRESSES. (I really did mean to yell). That’s what’s going to happen at Newsweek at the end of this year. That’s right, after nearly 80 years of publication, the news magazine will no longer be printed. It will no longer “go to press”. Newsweek, under the direction of Editor-in-Cheif Tina Brown has created an exit strategy and will be implementing an exit plan to fully transition […]

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Business Growth is Worthless

Business Growth is Worthless

Business Growth is worthless. There it is. I said it. And I’ll say it again. Business Growth is worthless …. unless you understand that it is not a one time event, like some Olympic Athletic event to train for, compete in and then go home hopefully with a medal. What is Business Growth? Is this an overused word that has lost it’s meaning. Does it mean the same thing to everyone? Of course not. […]

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Tip of the Week for 8.13.2012 – Create an Online Content Strategy

Tip of the Week for 8.13.2012 - Create an Online Content Strategy

Tip/Offer of the Week Create an online content strategy. This plan will help you understand the message you want to convey to your online community and your target audience. Click to download a simple worksheet to create your own content strategy plan. [powerpress] In this episode concentrates on the issues of utilizing the internet and social media to create and own your own online niche for your product and service. This is an area […]

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Mid Week Thoughts

Mid Week Thoughts

It’s mid week. In fact it’s mid day at mid week. Time for a re-charge. Ever get a sense that there is a ‘summit’ or ‘peak’ to your week?  Do you ever get stuck with the mindset that you are looking forward to the end of the week rather than the excitement that you have a lot more time available to you than you had previously thought? I for one am recharged and ready […]

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