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Hello Visitor, I hope you enjoy this month's articles. - Brian Tracy
If recent decades have taught us anything, it’s that important trends hit us faster and make a greater impact than ever before.
Miss a trend and you can lose your business. Nail and trend and you can become an industry leader.
Here we capture the 10 most vital trends that will sweep through 2020 and deliver the insights you need to leverage them and propel your business to new heights.
How much confidence would you have if you were referred to a medical group whose email address was email@example.com? Probably not a lot.
The same could be said for your company. If you are using one of the free email services – Hotmail, Gmail, AOL – you’re sending the wrong message to clients and prospects.
Fortunately, there are a lot of inexpensive, reliable, and secure domain name email service providers available today and this article teaches everything you need to know to make the right choice.
There may not be a cure for the common cold, but there are cures for these seven common – and extremely thorny – small business problems.
We would be willing to bet that you’re facing a few of them right now.
Please, don’t let these problems get the best of you, check out our diagnoses and time-tested “cures” for this lineup of seven familiar small business problems.
Some two-thirds (66.3%) of SEO professionals say they believe Google’s weighted ranking factors vary widely depending on the query. That’s according to a recent survey from SparkToro, which also found that only 7.4% of SEO pros feel that Google’s rankings are consistently weighted across all queries.
We can all make the case for how competition is good in the macro-economic sense: It powers innovation and creates price pressure that benefits consumers.
But how about in the micro-economic, small business world? There, competition can keep you tossing and turning through sleepless nights.
But, that shouldn’t necessarily be the case. In this article we show you how to turn competition into your friend and use it to grow your business and secure your future.
There’s an important central theme that runs through Key Areas of Success. It has been addressed by influential authors like Earl Nightingale, Napoleon Hill, and Lou Tice.
And now, one of our favorite thought leaders, Dr. Pelè, vividly illustrates this concept in his upcoming book, I Got Happy.
We have been granted permission to share an excerpt that we believe will inspire you and give you insights that will make you a more successful person in both your professional and personal lives.
Are you getting the most out of your year-end company party? Do employees come away enthused and motivated for the coming year?
Is it busting your budget?
We take a deep dive into how to throw a winning year-end party that will create positive memories for your team, give you control over your budget, and set you up for a successful 2020. Party on, Garth!
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