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#Infographic Inspiration: Immigrants Who Became Successful in America

By Omar Kahn Why are there so many stories of immigrants being successful in America? This infographic from Hansen & Company takes you through just a few of those stories. After having made it to American from other countries, immigrants often seem to have that extra hunger to succeed. For example, Yahoo! founder Jerry Yang created […]

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What are you reading? Business books to boost your success.

Today, January 23, is National Reading Day which was launched to encourage young children to read more. However, I think it’s a good time to give all of you a little nudge too. Today’s business environment is changing so rapidly that it’s nearly impossible to keep up, particularly if you aren’t exposing yourself to new […]

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Guide to Startup Success in Any Economy: openSAP MOOC

Small businesses are the lifeblood of the economy, creating countless jobs and driving innovation. However, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, for the first time since the agency began tracking small businesses thirty years ago, the number of closures is exceeding startups. Entrepreneurs face numerous uncertainties, from the bifurcated economic recovery that favors larger companies, […]

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The One Percent Edge: The Go-Giver Author, Bob Burg, Explains the Difference Between a Go-Getter and a Go-Giver.

I bet that you could relate to me, in detail, the best stories that you’ve read or seen in movies over the years. But how well could you relate to me the details of the best college-level textbook that you’ve read? Great stories stick with us. They become embedded in our consciousness. This is the […]

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All I Know About Running a Business I Learned Playing in Garage Bands

I’ve run several of my own businesses and worked for Fortune 500 companies as well as startups. However, I’ve also been a musician all my life and it was when I was the band teacher at an elementary school that I realized how important my life in music has been to my life in business. […]

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Power Lunch with Susan Solovic

Join me as I interview Bonny Filandrinos, CEO and Founder of Staffing Solutions, and Rebecca Herwick, founder of Global Products, Inc.. These multi-million dollar women business owners share secrets on how you can elevate your business success.

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Don’t Wait Until the Spring Thaw to Connect With Your Customers

Even if you weren’t affected by Snowmaggedon, the major winter storm that dumped more than 20 inches of snow in the Washington DC area, the winter weather may be impacting your business success. Snow, ice, and blistering cold temperatures often cause us to hibernate in warm, comfortable offices instead of making calls on customers and clients. But there’s no need to wait until the spring thaw to connect with your customer base. With a comprehensive marketing communication plan, you can keep your brand and marketing messages in front of your customers no matter what the weather conditions are in your area.

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