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Is Your Business Prepared For COVID-19?

Posted by on Mar 19, 2020 in President | 0 comments

With the coronavirus outbreak that has spread all over the world, governments have shut borders and imposed quarantines, and companies have imposed travel bans. The human and economic impacts on businesses have been stark. I have personally taken this pandemic as a wake-up call for my company to carefully review the strategies, policies, and procedures I have in place to protect my employees, customers, and operations in this and future pandemics. I wanted  to share this information with you so that you can do the same. Please feel free to...

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Safety Tips for Creating a Secure Home Office

Posted by on Feb 27, 2020 in President | 0 comments

The ability to work from home is a prized employee perk that offers workers the chance to free themselves from the daily commute and complete their tasks from anywhere with an internet connection. But along with that freedom and flexibility comes the risk of security issues that occur outside the protected corporate network. Even if your company provides VPN (virtual private network) access, your computer, and everything on it, could still be compromised if someone hacks into your home Wi-Fi network or the public hotspot you’re connected...

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Tips on How to Master Delegation

Posted by on Feb 5, 2020 in President | 0 comments

As a business owner or manager, you have countless responsibilities that might be overwhelming at times, but that’s why you have a team. You don’t have to do everything on your own. Many new business owners and managers struggle with this transition, feeling that they still must perform every minor assignment on their to-do list. To be an effective leader, though, it’s important to learn the art of delegation. Whether you’ve just been promoted or you’ve been a business owner managing a team for a while, you should...

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Updating Your Business to Windows 10

Posted by on Jan 8, 2020 in President | 0 comments

The number one reason to update your business to Windows 10 is of course the fact that Microsoft is ending all technical support for Windows 7 on January 14, 2020. After that, if you are still running that outdated operating system, you will open up your company to hacks, malware, viruses and other potential future security flaws. Here are seven more reasons why it’s time to finally update your business to Windows 10. Ransomware prevention Computers running older versions of Windows are more vulnerable to ransomware. Windows 10 has a...

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Disaster Recovery for Small Businesses

Posted by on Sep 4, 2018 in Business Tips, Productivity, Success Tips | 0 comments

According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), 40 to 60 percent of small businesses never reopen their doors following a disaster. That’s a disheartening statistic for any owner trying to pick up the pieces following a devastating fire, storm, platform hack, security breach, riot or other unexpected catastrophe. As overwhelmed as you might feel, it is important to know that your post-disaster actions and speed will directly impact how quickly you’re able to get your business up and running again. If you want to be one...

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How Personal Attitudes Can Empower Your Business

Posted by on Jun 19, 2018 in Business Tips, Success Tips | 0 comments

Many entrepreneurs believe that their products and/or ideas are the sole variables that affect the failure or success of their businesses. However, your personal attitude has much to do with this too. It is possible to enhance your business by focusing on the mindset that you and your staff adopt each day in the office. The five attitudes listed below will help your enterprise to be successful:   Embrace the Concept of Growth Studies carried out by the psychologist C. Dweck suggest that there’s a couple of different attitudes in the...

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6 Keys For Business Growth Achievement

Posted by on Jun 6, 2018 in Business Tips, Success Tips | 0 comments

Business expansion is the goal of every entrepreneur, however accomplishing it is frequently a challenge. 99.9 percent of all startup enterprises fail to reach a yearly revenue of $250,000,000 and ninety percent of these enterprises fail entirely. A solid business growth plan is a necessity if you wish to defy these odds and set up a profitable business. The particulars of your business growth strategy have to be based on your industry, requirements and available resources, however there are several universal factors that every successful...

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Strategies To Overcome Adversity In Business

Posted by on May 29, 2018 in Business Tips, Success Tips | 0 comments

It is normal to face situations in life where you have to overcome adversity. These situations are inevitable and it is better to accept them as a fact of life. Dealing with these difficult situations is easier for some people than it is for others. If you struggle with difficult life situations it is a good idea to formulate strategies to overcome adversity. You are just as liable to encounter tough times in your personal life as you are in your professional life. Workplace problems such as a poor economy, losing customers, and problems with...

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Lead Conversion: Converting Potential Leads Into Sales

Posted by on May 22, 2018 in Business Tips, Productivity, Success Tips | 0 comments

Do you want or need additional sales revenue?  The best way to accomplish this is to increase sales productivity.  It doesn’t matter if you have a small or large company, it is critical to create and maintain an effective sales process.  Not only should this process be easy to recognize, but it should also make it easy to analyze your options and final decisions. You need effective sales and marketing strategies to increase and maximize lead conversion.  This isn’t hard to do if you’re using the right strategies. ...

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Business Players and Spectators

Posted by on May 15, 2018 in Business Tips, Success Tips | 0 comments

The business market is much like a sports playing field with players and spectators. As the game evolves, rules and participants change, but the basics stay the same. What works in the game today may become obsolete tomorrow. Whether you’re a business owner, investor, potential hire or simply playing the stocks market, there is a distinct contrast between a player and spectator. The latter usually is someone who watches, analyzes and waits before making their move. Alternatively, players being the active participants jump right in with both...

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