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My About.me Page

I just launched my About.me page yesterday: http://about.me/jaredreitzin (Check it out and let me know what you think). I think this is a pretty cool concept. I spent some time with Tony Conrad the founder at Summit Series, and he gave me some great advice on building a Board of Advisors. I need to get a [...]

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mobileStorm on Wikipedia

I woke up today pleasantly surprised that mobileStorm was on Wikipedia. It feels good to be recognized for all our hard work; and what a long road its been. Here’s to many more successful years storm troopers! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MobileStorm

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I just got back from a 3 day cruise. I don’t quite know exactly where we went. I do know however that words can’t quite describe the experience I just had. To put things in perspective, one tweet I read today by @Tim_Rutten said “unreal & mind-blowing experience! ROI? A new life!”. I think that’s a great [...]

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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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Taking Care of Customers

I had an important experience lately that proved how important it is to take care of your customers. A small business customer of ours got into a situation in which they went significantly over their plan and owed us quite a bit of money. They received the automatic invoice we send out alerting them of [...]

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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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Everyone Wants to Make a Quick Buck

The other day I was checking out my blog stats, reviewing which articles were the most popular, and I came across something very interesting. My “Raising Quick Cash” post on September 3rd by far has had more views than any other post; it wasn’t even close. It had three times as many views as the [...]

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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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If I am not traveling, my day usually starts at 7:00 a.m. I work for an hour or so in bed on my laptop, then, depending upon the day, I work out with my trainer at my house, shower, and leave for the office by 9:00. I have conference calls lined up until I reach [...]

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On a bootstrapped budget, it’s difficult to hire quality people. The irony is that you need quality people to succeed. By quality, I am not talking about someone who is seasoned and has been doing the same thing for 20 years. A quality person could be someone who is just starting out but is determined [...]

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