Join Tanya Osensky of Osensky Law and yours truly on Jul 29, 2020 11:30 AM Eastern, for a discussion about never again being disrupted by business disruption. We are living through one of the greatest examples of business disruption. This has forced many business owners to ask themselves: what if I, or a key employee,…

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Get out of email: we covered that in the last blog post.  And you can’t just pop your head around the corner and ask a quick question since you are all working in different locations.  The question remains: how do you replace these communication methods and still maintain good communication habits? While you can’t simply…

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How many times have you heard the phrase: Remote working is the new normal. Do you know what the new normal actually is?  The New Normal is knowing that we could have to adapt our work practices very suddenly, at any given moment. The New Normal is the realization that we can’t predict disruption and…

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Join me for ProWIN’s virtual lunch & learn where I will be presenting my popular – but updated – Away From Words presentation. See details and register here. There are good words and there are bad words. And then there are good words that are bad in business. Join me to learn about the words…

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How do you know who is ready to buy from you, right now?  How do you know who else would be willing to buy from you, if you managed to speak with them? How do you know who else would buy from you if only they knew that you existed? How do you know who…

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This blog is first and foremost about business strategy.  To create loyal customers, to nurture dedicated employees, to manage the business process, all comes down to a solid strategy. Within that strategy, some things are written in pen, and some things are written in pencil.  Company culture is written in pen.  And is written well…

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Discounts and low prices are not the same things. We all know the problem with competing on price, and discounts mean the opposite: the price is higher than desired, so a discount will allow the client to make the purchase.  In which case, discounts are a safe negotiation tactic, right? Wrong.  Let’s take a closer…

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Working from home, remote working, staying at home while trying to work… whatever you call it, some version of the home office is probably here to stay.  When you were at the office, you were physically present and could be seen at your desk, in meetings, and doing all the work things.  Now your presence…

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On Wednesday June 10th at noon I will be presenting a free webinar through the Ace Women’s Business Center. First, a word about Ace: Ace is a  Georgia’s largest small business focused community lender, offering financing and education targeting women, people of color, and low to moderate income business owners. ACE is certified by the…

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Achieving work-life balance means knowing what makes us content, both in work and outside of it. Letting your employees bring their personal goals into the workplace will create a strong working culture, with a happy team.  The secret is having everybody use the same structure for managing their goals, so they can be aligned with…

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