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5 Ways to Close More Deals Faster

5 Ways to Close More Deals Faster

About Our Guest Blogger:

Kim is The Leading Sales Coach, Success Magazine’s most inspirational blogger, two-time author, and a contributor to major online publications. She continues to expand her presence with international speaking, video, and podcasting. Kim’s courageousness to quit her life and backpack solo around the world inspired her to use her mastery in sales to help sales professionals and entrepreneurs make communication shifts that lead to stronger relationships and more... Keep Reading

How Much Does It Cost to Run a Print Advertisement?

How Much Does It Cost to Run a Print Advertisement?

How Much Does It Cost to Run a Print Advertisement?

Your marketing budget can be the be-all, end-all when it comes to advertising. Advertising is an amazing opportunity that expands your reach and, when done right, attracts new consumers.

As a business, it is common to look for the least expensive options available that will get the most outreach. It becomes difficult to select one of the numerous advertising opportunities (social media, websites, flyers, newspapers, or magazines).... Keep Reading

The 16 Personality Types in the Workplace … and how to work with them

The 16 Personality Types in the Workplace … and how to work with them

Every individual has a unique personality. No two people will have the same way of thinking, interacting, or doing a task. It is important to be aware of the types of personalities in your business, including your own. Knowing your personality type can help you understand how to best work within a team.

It is also important to know how to work with your boss’s (or employees’ or co-workers’) personality... Keep Reading

The 4 Key People Your Business Needs

The 4 Key People Your Business Needs

The 4 Key People Your Business Needs

Running a business can be about being an expert in one thing but doing about 100 jobs in which you are not an expert.

Many aspects of a business are too important to leave to your unspecialized self. Some of the most difficult things about starting a business are figuring out what you can handle and whom you need to hire to fill the voids as well as the associated costs.

Business owners will tell you that the start-up phase was a process... Keep Reading

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Retain Business Knowledge by Investing in Your Employees

Retain Business Knowledge by Investing in Your Employees

Retain Business Knowledge by Investing in Your Employees

Change in businesses occurs daily.

Over the years, staff will turn over and employees will move around in a company. Whether they leave completely or shift to a new department, information is constantly lost with them.

In these times businesses need to be prepared for knowledge turnover or risk losing it.

When experiencing these changes, a business should take action and invest in their employees. Giving the proper... Keep Reading

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