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Customers Buying Habits Are Changing. Are You Keeping Up?

By Shep Hyken Every day I get an email from RetailWire.com, a daily publication that is read by thousands of people in the retail industry. It’s the number one forum for discussions about hundreds of important issues in the industry. Now, before we go further, even though RetailWire.com focuses on the retail industry, what I’m […]

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Women in Business: 8 Tips to Help You Exude Confidence at Work

Sheryl Sandberg introduced the concept of “leaning in” as an aspect of body language that aids people with their career development. Sandberg makes the argument that women in corporate and professional environments fail to get ahead due in part to body language that reflects poor self-confidence. The following tips will boost your confidence at work […]

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These Brands Have Evolved & Improved Recently – Yours Can Too

Sometimes, there’s a misconception that the biggest brands have it made once they reach the point of being a household name. It’s easy to think that all they have to do is maintain the status quo and coast, while the cash rolls in. But this is far from the reality. In fact, some of the […]

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Wonder Why So Many Women Are Smiling? They Are Entrepreneurs.

Okay, I know this is going to put legions of self-help authors who target the female audience out of business, but there is one simple key to happiness: be a successful women entrepreneur. Babson College and Baruch College’s 2013 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) US Report, makes it abundantly clear that established female business owners are enjoying […]

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How to Write a Press Release That Gets Published

By Ray Manley I used to work for newspapers. I even owned a newspaper for a while. I’ve had hundreds of press releases cross my desk. Which do I run? Which do I toss? The general rule is easy to state, but a little more difficult to fully understand: A press release must contain actual […]

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Mothers of Invention: Finding Inspiration in Brilliant, Creative Women

  Solomon, who is credited with being the wisest man ever, wrote this in the first chapter of Ecclesiastes: “There is nothing new under the sun.” That may be poetically true, but it’s patently false – and I’m using the word “patent” here in the literal sense of issuing patents. New ones are being granted […]

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3 Ways to Turn Your Mom Powers Into Money

Now that your kids are fully grown and out of the house, what are you going to do with all of your extra time? Some empty-nesters decide to put the skills they learned as moms to good use in new careers, as a CareerPath360 report highlighted. You would be surprised at all the things being a […]

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Women’s History Month Tribute to Pioneering Entrepreneur: My Mother!

As we celebrate women’s history month, remember the great women in your life and don’t let their work be for naught. Women have made significant progress in business, but that progress has come on the backs of women who forged ahead, clearing the way. It is our duty to keep improving and widening the path. It’s our turn to carry the torch for future generations.

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This week in small business: Plenty of lists to put on your refrigerator door

This week’s top content from around the online world features a lot of lists. Lists as short as one item to lists as long as 50 items. So you have no excuse to be listless this week. Sorry. Leadership, management, and productivity To outsource, or not to outsource; that is the question! And Nash Riggins […]

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Insights and Update from SCOE – A Conference for the Serious Web Retailer

By Cliff Ennico I had the privilege last week of speaking at The Seller’s Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This event, formerly known as the Seller’s Conference for Online Entrepreneurs (SCOE), was and has always been the leading U.S. conference for people who sell merchandise on Amazon.com. But last week’s event demonstrates how a virtual team […]

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