By Drue Lawlor, FASID Director of Coaching, Gail Doby Coaching & Consulting & Design Success University To many across the country, fall means football! And actually a successful football team has a great deal in common with a successful business. Understand the competition: Football teams realize the value of understanding the competition. How do you…

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In a small-business, your political or social beliefs can leave you feeling isolated at work. If this occurs, look at the situation from both sides to better understand what the conflict is. Once you’ve done that, speak up and be straightforward about how you feel. Sit down with the people involved and try to come…

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The best sales leaders know how to lead through example by modeling all the behaviors and exhibiting the core principles required of a strong salesperson. Great sales leaders encourage an environment of openness and shared success rather than fixating exclusively on their own individual gain. Additionally, sales leaders should strive to infuse every step of…

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Being an Entrepreneur isn’t for everyone, it takes focus and drive and ingenuity. The first thing a person needs to do is plan, but be ready to be flexible and ready to always except change, it may more opportunities. Networking is key.Not only can it be a good source of materials, it can lead to…

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Two brothers founded DesignHill in 2014 bringing together freelance designers and people requiring their services. It is a crowdsource design marketplace that has since gone international. They have some tips to do the same with your business. You need to believe in your product with a passion and just go for it. Continue to scale…

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As a webmaster, quality content should be a major consideration and improving content quality is a good way to increase your websites reach. There are several ways to improve the content you put forward on your website. First you should ensure that pages load as quickly as possible. No one can read your content if…

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These days everyone seems to understand what an entrepreneur is, but fewer understand or have heard of the intrapreneur. A term first coined in the 80’s an intrapreneur shares many of the same features as an entrepreneur but the setting in which they work is different. While an entrepreneur works in a business created for…

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