1). Competition - How good? By : CD Mohatta
This is the era of technology. Everyday a new discovery, a new invention is being made. The world is moving ahead in leaps and bounds. People are striving for success and satisfaction in life in the face of fierce competition. Competition is ubiquitous- in every walk, every aspect of life right from childhood to old age. No one escapes competition....
2). Teaching The Big Boys To Think Small By : Tim Knox
Last week I told you about a recent report from The Conference Board that has a lot of big company CEOs concerned about competition from smaller, more innovative and entrepreneurially-minded companies. To refresh your memory, The Conference Board's CEO Challenge 2004 reported that 87% of the 540 global businesses surveyed cited innovation and enabl...
3). Get That Dream Job By : Gabby Luv
Get That Dream Job
4). Offering Different Methods Of Payment By : Vincent Murphy
Every good business person knows that one of the best ways to boost sales and traffic to their product is to allow for multiple payment options. By offering many different methods of payment, you allow the masses to all be equal in the purchase of the same goods. This eliminates the upper scale clients from having this product while keeping the les...
5). Why do I Need a Business Plan? By : pete arkwright
Having a business plan is a very important tool in business, however there is no point having a fantastic plan and then hiding it in your bottom draw.
A business plan is simply a written plan that incorporates the many aspects of your business, for example; financial, marketing, short and long term goals, time appreciation.
6). Advantages of Outsourcing By : beneifer
To a layman, outsourcing would seem like a waste of time and money, as well as an unneeded complication. After all, why send business abroad when the work can probably be done better right at home? To a politician, the issue of outsourcing serves as a fortified objection to taking jobs away from ‘our own countrymen’. Sympathy towards this issue may...
7). Conducting A Market Analysis On Your Business By : Rodney Boettger
The term "market analysis" is often confusing to entrepreneurs, especially for people who focus on a specific niche or market segment.
In fact, many small business owners don't understand the process or complain that conducting a market analysis is too complicated or too expensive and wonder why or if it is necessary.
8). How To Make Money As A Self-Improvement Guru By : Tim Knox
How To Make Money As A Self-Improvement Guru
9). Handling Challenging Situations with a Customer-Focused Mindset By : Terence Traut
Most Customer Service Professionals deal with many challenging customer situations. These situations may include:
• A customer who is upset about the quality or delivery of our product/service.
• A product return or a cancellation of services.
• Incorrect information given to the customer.
• A cus...
10). Investment Capital - Putting Brand Capital And Human Capital Above Working Capital Or Physical Capital By : Kerri Salls
When you start your own business, you commit to investing your time, talent and resources in the business to make it succeed. You authorize a spending plan; you ask the bank, your credit card company, friends, family, employees, to endow the business to follow your business plan and implement your marketing plan. There's more to it. You need to det...
11). Get A Credit Card Merchant Account By : Dane Collins
A card merchant account can put your business on the road to financial success. If your company is not yet accepting credit card payments, you are missing out on the powerful potential of this income stream. Many business owners who started taking credit card payments claim that their income has doubled while overhead costs have diminished. When yo...
12). Should we believe the experts? (Part III) By : Mike T. Davis
Why do we use experts? To predict the future. Consider a patient who is asking a physician about the future effects of a certain drug, or the investor who is asking a stock analyst about the future prices of a certain stock, or the manager who is asking a human resource manager about the future performance of a certain candidate, or the brand manag...
13). Solving The Utensil Puzzle By : Lydia Ramsey
Many people know how to navigate place settings and know when to use each utensil. How to hold those knives, forks and spoons, where to put them when you are not using them and what to do with them at the end of the course or the meal may still be a challenge. Glancing around you while dining out and trying to get a clue from others may not solve t...
14). Are You In The Right Profession? By : CD Mohatta
All of us are busy working in a particular area to earn our living. Some of us are business persons and some are employed. Some are engineers, others doctors, carpenters and so on. We have painters, architects, firemen and all types of professionals.
The question is - Why did you choose a particular profession? Were you tested scientif...
15). How to Avoid eBay Fraud By : Marian Krajcovic
How to Avoid eBay Fraud
16). Dumpster Rental - Skip Hire - An overview for first timers By : Ventura
Dumpsters (Skips in UK) come in a range of sizes and shapes; from 2 cubic yard mini dumpsters to 30 cubic yard garbage roll on-roll off dumpsters suitable for retail premises.
The basic builders' dumpster that people see at construction sites and on the back of trucks is 8 cu yds. This can hold up to around 10 tons of rubble. Even the...
17). Corporate Creativity: Dr. YKK Quotes By : Dr. YKK
"We're genetically pioneers. Everybody in Amazon.com wants to do something
completely new. I wake up every morning trying to make sure that I can confound
journalists and pundits who try to encapsulate me in a 8-second sound bite."
—Jeff Bezoz, CEO of Amazon.com
"If you do things well, do them better. Be daring, be di...
18). Overcoming Objections 101 By : Kerri Salls
Overcoming Objections 101
19). The Simple System For Finding A Killer Product And Identifying A Hot Niche! By : Ian Canaway
Creating your own products is not difficult. However, it does take a little time to get it done, create a sales letter for it, work on the site, test it out, etc.
Since you may be short on time (and money), one method you can use is to start by looking for existing products that you could acquire resell rights to or become an affiliat...
20). Changing Business Etiquette Affects Secretary's Day Gifts By : Daniel Karpelman
Once upon a time a boss could take his secretary to lunch, or give flowers and candy for what began in 1952 as "National Secretaries Week". Today, the etiquette for what is now known as "Administrative Professionals Week" has changed, according to human resources experts. It's leaving bosses wondering what kind of gifts are appropriate to give thei...
21). Like New, Only Better By : Stafford Sterner
Like New, Only Better Material handling systems (conveyors, sorting systems, shelving, etc.) represent a major purchasing decision, no matter how you slice it. The wrong decision can be costly, and making the right decision can be difficult, largely because of the number and nature of the options available.
Of course, you ...
22). Service Equals Performance Equals Service By : Richard Saporito
Service can be described as a “performance” of some kind involving two parties whereby one party is the benefactor and the other party is the performing party receiving some type of monetary payment. The value of the Service depends on the personal experience of the benefactor.
When I looked it up in Webster’s, there it was #11 out of 31 defi...
23). Find An Offline Passion To Help Your Online Business Prosper By : Peter Lenkefi
Have you ever had the feeling that you are just in the middle of nowhere with your online business?
That you are on your own out in the cyber desert?
Totally separated from the outside world?
Should I use the term alienated from the outside world?
Did these weird feelings put their negative marks ...
24). The Psychometric Profile – a useful recruitment tool? By : Jim Brackin
Personality profiling is increasing used by employers to assess potential employees. In an article that appeared in The Times the British Market Research Bureau stated that “Nearly three quarters of UK companies now rely on psychometric profiling when recruiting.” It is now commonplace for employers to use psychometrics to understand, enhance and i...
25). The 1st Step Toward Consumer Driven Health Plans - Why supplemental benefits make the transition easier By : John Logan
Part of the reason that I initially got my insurance license, was that as a business consultant focused on change management, nearly every business owner, CFO and HR director that I spoke to asked me what I could do about the rising cost of their healthcare benefits. Up until recently, with regard to their major medical plan costs rising at double-...
26). Maximizing Your Network Marketing Advertising Dollars By : Zamri Nanyan
Maximizing Your Network Marketing Advertising Dollars
27). Spare a gram of Self-Confidence? By : Sandra Baptist
As the lady walks into the room to give her presentation, everyone nods their head in approval as she exudes a cool, calm assurance that everything’s under control.
There’s no describing self-confidence. You know it when you see it!
There are many situations when we feel as if we could do anything, deal with any obstacle, take ...
28). Stay At Home And Lose Weight By : J. Brian Keith
Stay At Home And Lose Weight
29). Brochuriffic Printing By : Maricon Williams
Tradeshow, real estate listing, data sheet, new product promotions and the likes will never be complete without promoting them via brochures. Perhaps, brochure has its own way of wowing the public and persuading them to participate, purchase or subscribe.
But the most bothersome aspect is the budget. How will you make your brochures l...
30). Are postcards worth their price? By : Maricon Williams
We appreciate. We criticize. We laugh. We mourn. We are moved by postcards.
Since its introduction up to the present time, postcard is still one of the best medium of communication. We can recall that postcards were used as means for brief communication. It was the best choice then because they are light and inexpensive.
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