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This is the eleventh article in a series about powering your small business through 12 areas of internal management. For all the criticism Millennials receive, one thing they deserve credit for is sharpening our collective social consciousness. They don’t hesitate...
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This is the tenth article in a series about powering your small business through 12 areas of internal management. Way back in the 60s, the term soft skills became widely used in organizations. These are the skills that are less...
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This is the ninth article in a series about powering your small business through 12 areas of internal management. One of life’s most important lessons is learning to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes. It’s all about learning to...
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This is the eighth article in a series about powering your small business through 12 areas of internal management. Eleanor Roosevelt once advised, “Do one thing every day that scares you.” We need reminders like this because it’s so easy...
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This is the seventh article in a series about powering your small business through 12 areas of internal management. Every language has words that carry their weight in baggage. For English, one of those is sales. Just the mention of...
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This is the sixth article in a series about powering your small business through 12 areas of internal management. In this age of social media personalities and influencers, talk about image and platform have moved from the boardroom to the...
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This is the fifth article in a series about powering your small business through 12 areas of internal management. Regardless of the industry you operate in—food service to occupational therapy to tech—there is one commonality every business shares: people. The...
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This is the fourth article in a series about powering your small business through 12 areas of internal management. Americans have always been fairly skilled at compartmentalization. We have specific places for home and work, school and community, worship and...
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This is the third article in a series about powering your small business through 12 areas of internal management. Considering humans communicate nearly nonstop from the moment we’re born, you’d think we would be experts at it by now. Instead,...
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This is the second article in a series about powering your small business through 12 areas of internal management. What’s getting you through the pandemic? That’s a common topic of conversation these past few months, with answers as wide ranging...
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