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How happy and productive staff can help you streamline your business

By Bruce Hakutizwi Getting the most from your workforce begins with the recognition that good people are the most important resource you have. It is then a matter of translating this knowledge into a practical strategy which convinces your employees they are genuinely valued and appreciated. Research suggests that workers rarely become unhappy at work […]

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4 Areas to focus on in order to earn consumer trust

By Liz Greene A few weeks ago, I offered to help a friend paint and redecorate her master bedroom in a bid to surprise her husband who was away for the weekend. We chatted in our private Slack channel about our plans, what we would need, and so on. A few hours later, I received […]

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NFL vs Trump: 5 lessons for business leaders

Not too long ago when we started to sense fall in the air, we could depend on certain seasonal institutions to take their place in our lives and foremost among them was the kickoff of the NFL season. This year, however, political machinations, public protests, and social media have come together to create a perfect […]

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One Percent Edge #Podcast: Bob Anderson

Developing Leadership at the Rate of Change with Bob Anderson In the cutting-edge world we live and work in, your business is going to have to adapt to survive. Where does that adaptability come from? Your Leadership. Agile leadership is necessary to help an organization stay relevant. That takes a certain amount of creativity and […]

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Surviving your next networking group meeting

By Cliff Ennico I don’t know about you, but I find most networking groups to be exceedingly boring, nonproductive and in some cases cringe-inducing. I’m not generally a fan of networking groups. I’m not sure people get much new business out of them. Still, networking groups have their upside. They can be great places to […]

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The two things you need above knowledge for success today

A lot of “know-it-alls” are unsuccessful. What’s worse, many know-it-alls do have an excellent command of a lot of information, yet they accomplish little. I’m making this point to stress the truth that knowledge alone won’t make you successful in business. I truly value and encourage your ongoing education, but two other elements are required to […]

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7 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Become Thought Leaders

By Sreeram Sreenivasan Experts and thought leaders enjoy the enviable position of having a huge following and high visibility. They are trustworthy, well-respected and their opinions are valued. This enables them to reach a wide audience and grow their business easily. People flock to them for advice, opinions and solutions, and eventually become loyal customers. […]

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One Percent Edge #Podcast: Bob Burg

Bob Burg: Changing Your Company One Attitude at a Time You know that a successful business is focused on building innovation into its DNA. The shift these days is that every member of a team is acting an entrepreneur. It all sounds excellent on paper, but how can we make that happen? What needs to […]

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In Defense of Business People

By Dan Coughlin Recently I heard a speaker talking about the rights of homeless people. I was so impressed by his message and his example. It was a powerful speech including many good points. He said it was wrong to criticize homeless people in a degrading way, and that it was wrong to make generalizations […]

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One Percent Edge #Podcast: Matt Morris

Matt Morris: From $30K in Debt and Living in His Car to Millionaire Growing your business is hard work. Sometimes, there are external forces beyond your control that seem to say “this is the end.” In this episode, I am excited to share with you the story of Matt Morris, an entrepreneur who has found […]

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