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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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Bring Simplicity to Your Small Business

I was reviewing a calendar of various “special days” recently and I noted that a few weeks ago it was “National Simplicity Day.” I guess things were a bit too hectic in my life to notice it at the time… Sorry. Generally, I load these pages up with things you need to do to push […]

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How to get a great ‘startup’ education fast and cheap

It doesn’t matter what kind of education you’ve had when you start a new job, some 90 percent of the information and skills you’ll need to be successful will come from hands-on experience. This is one of the biggest reasons I encourage people to start their own business. They will acquire skills more quickly through […]

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Explore the ‘unknown’ to propel your small business forward

Trial lawyers have an old rule: Don’t ask any question you don’t know the answer to. It’s good advice when you have a witness on the stand, but the opposite advice is better for small business owners: Ask the questions that you don’t know the answer to. One of the biggest ways to improve your […]

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One Percent Edge #Podcast: Gary Bradt

Don’t Let Your Fear of Change Hold You Back with Gary Bradt Why do business leaders resist change? It is easy to see intellectually how change is a vital component of a successful business, but so often strong companies crumble because of a resistance to major change. So what is it that causes us to […]

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Use your NPS to guide your business

Are you a “big picture” person? I think it’s good to always have a feeling for the big picture. It takes a vision of the big picture to make the big decisions in your business. You need to have your eyes on the horizon – people who are constantly staring at their feet end up […]

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These Are The Benefits Your Employees Really Want

By Liz Greene Though companies have been using benefits to attract and retain talent for decades, selecting and implementing these optional extras isn’t always cut and dry. Many small-business owners aren’t sure which benefits are most valuable to their employees. Consequently, they suffer from decision paralysis, or worse, extend the wrong benefits and lose money in […]

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One Percent Edge #Podcast: Kate Vitasek

 Let Go of Old Business Models with Kate Vitasek Sometimes, the hardest part of growing a business is letting go, yet it’s the unstoppable force of innovation that will set your business apart! What business model do you use? How long has it been since you’ve evaluated your relationship with your buyers? In what areas […]

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Legendary Quotes from Highly Accomplished Entrepreneurs [#infographic]

No matter what the field of work is, the curiosity around the struggle associated with it creates curiosity which makes way for the go getters to tell their story. The story of how a seasoned entrepreneur mustered up the courage and made up his mind to create something new is contagious and often inspire others. […]

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We Need a New Wave of Heroes

By Dan Coughlin To me, a hero is a person whose decisions and behaviors are worth emulating. A hero is someone to aspire to be like and to even go beyond. Heroes, exemplars, and positive role models are important in organizations and in society. They raise the bar for others to try to reach and […]

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