When you get an idea for a new product or offering, it can be tempting to just go for it. But...
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Fish + Plants = Produce at Lane County's first aquaponics farm
How to Manage Labor Costs for Your New Restaurant bit.ly/1MSwftu via @Bplans
Important Business Lessons from Fabric Fruit Sculptures by @anniehp via @smallbiztrends
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9 Compelling Reasons to Forget the Big Picture and Focus on Micro-Goals Instead bit.ly/17CQdb7 #leadership
Just like steering a car, running a business requires constant small adjustments on your road to success.
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How-To Content: The Customer Service Secret Weapon by @Rieva via @Nextiva via @smallbiztrends
Learn the four most important tips for creative professionals to follow when networking for career and business development.
Medium vs. Twitter and The Tech War in San Francisco – ContextMatters Episode 4 bit.ly/17CPOFv #socialmedia
"Should clients and prospects become your friends?"
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Career Development and Upskilling Tips for Your Career
Analyze This: How to Do a Competitive Analysis amex.co/1wp6wnG by @Rieva via @OPENForum
How to Create an Event That Drives ROI bit.ly/185V8Bl #socialmedia
The Desk Chair Of The Future Is Not A Chair At All huff.to/184DspC via @HuffPostHome
"Run Your Service Business on Your Smart Phone"
RT Stephen Lahey: Very funny bit of satire via The New Yorker -> "I Switched to a Standing Desk, So Now You Should, Too" ”
Why It’s a Good Time for Small Businesses to Evaluate Their 401(k) Plan amex.co/1MT4j8Q #leadership
We are entering an era of customer-centricity, mostly because we have to. But also, because employing a customer focus is the right thing to do. I guess businesses lost their