Tag Archives: business
July 22nd, 2011
In our personal lives, we deserve to be appreciated for who and what we are.
In business, we offer a face, product, service to the world- and those who ‘get and love’ what we do engage in a relationship, a trade, or an agreement of trades where both party's needs are fulfilled.
It is expected in business to be prepared to pay the appropriate fee for what you want and recognize when the cost is more than you have the ability to cover.
Applying business logic to relationships helps us identify the toxic ones.
October 4th, 2010
Of course everything depends on the type of business, but here are some basic factors to consider and review when trying to increase production.
Team motivators- Have you stayed in touch with what moves your team? Set any personal goals with them? Creating lights at the end of tunnels can bring fun to the job. Sharing exciting details of the marketing plan and strategy to gain target audiences with all members of the team creates pride and loyalty. Happy employees make companies more productive.
September 5th, 2010
This Monday will be the third Labor Day since the beginning of the Great Recession. While it’s no surprise that the decline in traditional advertising spend nationwide continues, many new, small businesses with small budgets to suit continue to emerge from the pressures of this slow economy with high hopes of growth and success, and they are making headway.
Though on the surface this would appear to be an anomaly, it’s actually an emerging trend. A trend that’s been questioned, analyzed and debated widely for the past three years or more. One which shows continued signs of growth and success rates in 2010 by businesses great and small, new and established. A trend that appears to be the answer to the conundrum; How do I grow and survive competitively in
September 4th, 2010
Posing the question that occurs to all who are driven to perform from time to time; Is downtime really downtime?
Due dates and lots of thoughts and content can crowd the need to relax and settle the creative mind. In respect of this I’ve decided to put up a photo of one of the best and productive ‘downtimes’ I can recall.
Often gathering after work and on weekends to recap the days, plan for the future, and filter through feelings to decide what business we thought was viable and why- my