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From the yearly archives:

2012

Original Post: The 10 Skills That Will Get You Hired in 2013 By Meghan Casserly | December 10, 2012 “The most sought-after skill-sets for recruiters are becoming less and less about proficiency in specific processes and coding languages,” says Rich Milgram, CEO of career network Beyond, “And more about how you think systems through and […]

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Original Post: 5 Biggest Leadership Lessons from 2012 By Les McKeown | December 10, 2012 Are you the personification of your company’s vision? If you left, would it leave too? Or have you hired, mentored and coached your vision into the company, so that it would stand without you? Now that’s a sobering question, and […]

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Original Post: Why what you say doesn’t matter and what to do about it By Dan Waldschmidt | November 28, 2012 But when it comes to marketing and sales speak, what you say has little to do with your success… Most of what you say will get ignored, reframed, explained away, or downplayed by the […]

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Original Post: The 20-Minute Exercise to Eradicate Negative Thinking By Kaihan Krippendorff | November 15, 2012 “…what we can achieve is limited by what we believe. Henry Ford knew this: “Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you are right.” So here I was, passionately committed to become the world-class business guru, best-selling […]

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There are things that are fairly obvious when it comes to the holiday season.  Send out cards?  Check.  Buy gifts?  Check.  Spend time with family?  Check.  You’re probably even scheduling (or have already had) your annual end-of-the-year-in-review meeting.  You might be planning to reposition in 2013, and are taking actionable steps to get there.  But […]

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Original Post: 7 Paradoxical Sales Principles By Jill Konrath | December 3, 2012 The more quickly you push to a close, the higher resistance you encounter. Go one step at a time. When your prospects know you want to help them make the right decision, not a rash one, the process moves faster. Jill Konrath […]

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Original Post: Guide to Effectively Delegating (for Control Freaks) By Matthew Swyers| November 30, 2012 One of the most critical was the ability to learn how to effectively delegate. It is a skill that every upstart entrepreneur must master if they wish to grow their business. Without delegation your business will be limited by your […]

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You’re running the race.  If you’re a business owner, you are running the race of your life.  In addition to varying factors working against you, there are five consistent hurdles that stand in the way of every business.  And yet – you have a real shot… Image credit: Vitamin C9000 on Flickr You have a […]

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