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This is an article for all the service-based business out there… The reason I push my team to document everything and turn it into a process, is because the faster and more efficiently we can do something, the more we can scale our business. And the more we can scale our business, the bigger we [...]

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Busy this weekend? If you have some time, tune in Saturday September 26, 2009 at 2pm PST to hear me talk with Jeremy Anticouni about mobileStorm Go and learn ways to optimize the performance of your e-mail and sms marketing campaigns. Simply log on to www.technewsla.com and register for my guest appearance on Jeremy’s Desktop. [...]

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Each company has a culture, whether it’s old school thinking shrouded by huge mahogany desks or the quick and nimble start up who plays Halo at lunch. The good and the bad, the right and wrong, all companies think and act in their own way, and each company has its own unique culture. Some companies [...]

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Organization visibility is a big goal of mine for next year. This is not a new concept and it certainly is not my idea. I believe when things are going great companies tend to keep their employees less accountable. Today, “we the people”, received notice that we are in an official recession. Like “we” didn’t [...]

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In this vlog, I talk about my blogging schedule and why it is so important to grow your database, especially in a recession.

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With a growing business, it’s so easy to allow things to slip through the cracks. I have lost clients because of promises that were not kept due to the fact that somebody forgot to do something. I have seen invoices which were never sent and thousands of dollars not collected because someone simply forgot to [...]

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In Part 1, I discussed the benefits of offering stock options and how they help in attracting new talent, creating longer employee tenures, and providing the company with happier employees who respond with greater dedication and an increased work volume. If you agree with me and this sounds great, you need to think about a [...]

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Have you heard about the vast differences between private parks and public ones? The private park (owned by an individual) is taken care of very well. It always has the best-kept gardens, playgrounds, and bathrooms. The public park (owned by no individual) is poorly run and usually has the types of bathrooms that George Michael [...]

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I’ve put together a list of software that help me be productive. I wish there was one place you could go to download all of this for one price. Google is kind of leading the way with its Pack, but it still doesn’t cover half of the tools an entrepreneur needs. 1. Adobe Acrobat 8 [...]

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Online Banking

For the love of God, if you are not paying your bills with banking online, you need to start! Get rid of your fear that it is not secure. Wells Fargo, as most banks online, has 128 bit encryption, which at this time, has never been cracked. The only thing you have to worry about [...]

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