Posts Tagged "growth"

What Is Business Exit Planning?

»Posted by on Jul 26, 2011 in Business Growth, Exit Strategy, Management | 0 comments

There are two ways you could exit your business: voluntarily or involuntarily.  One way or the other, someday you will leave your business.  With good exit planning, either can be done profitably and with ease. I believe your first goal should be to decide if you wish to leave your business at all.   Many business owners prefer to work as long as they can.   Others want to work until they can just step aside and passively own a well-oiled, smooth running business, leaving day-to-day operations to others.   Either can be down with proper planning.  Preferably with plans that include the flexibility...

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Digging For Sales In A Vein of Pure Gold

»Posted by on Jul 21, 2011 in Business Growth, Sales & Marketing, Sales Training | 0 comments

Serving your current customers the way they should be served can be like digging in a vein of pure gold.  You have a source of new business right in your file cabinets or on your computer’s hard drive.  It is expensive to find new prospects and convert them to customers.  When times get hard, as they have been for the past three years, our natural inclination is to double our efforts to attract new customers.  There is nothing wrong with that, but there is an additional way to bring in new business in hard times that is much cheaper. Our files are loaded with people currently doing business with us,...

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Do You Have A Winner’s Brain?

»Posted by on Jul 12, 2011 in Book Review, Business Growth, Personal Development | 0 comments

Do you need a high IQ to be really successful in life? Not necessarily, say Harvard-trained brain experts Dr. Jeff Brown and Dr. Mark Fenske. In their exploration of the surprising science behind motivation, focus, and extraordinary achievement, they say the key to success really is all in your head. Contrary to popular belief, winning in life has little to do with your IQ, your circumstances, your financial resources, or even luck. But it has everything to do with creating a failure-resistant brain. Every time you think a thought, feel an emotion, or execute a behavior, your neuro-circuitry changes, and...

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What are you thinking?

»Posted by on Mar 30, 2011 in Achievement, Anger, Coaching, Common Sense, Customer Relationships, Happiness, Health, Inspiration, Leadership, Personal Development, Positive Thinking, Proverbs, Self-help, self-talk, Stress, Success, Wisdom | 0 comments

If you are in a funk, it’s your own fault! That is the truth, even if you think it’s a heartless thing for me to say.  What you think about is your responsibility.  You are in control. What you think is the only thing that matters.  The reason is simple.  This was known in ancient times. The writer of Proverbs in the Old Testament wrote about it. You become what you think about. You have control over what you think about.   You have control over what you allow to bother you. The way you feel is not someone else’s fault. Negativity and spoiled attitudes are not the result of some...

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