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Just like any other skill, creativity and innovation can be taught.
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There's a difference between taking risks and taking foolish risks. Follow these steps to take more of the first and none of the second.
To prosper and grow, small business owners need to start thinking big.
Your employees are looking for leadership. Teach them something useful to their careers and you'll be demonstrating it.
When it comes right down to it, every business is a money machine. Some are just better designed than others.
Time is money, but only if you are using your time... energetically.
Use the power of positive thinking (and four more psychological powers) to push you and your employees to greater productivity.
Entrepreneur or manager? Either can build successful businesses. You've just got to know which one you are.
Have a look at these five winning business models and learn from the successes of others.
If the recession is slowing your business down, try these simple strategies to get more done for less while improving cash flow.
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Keep a project moving despite shifting requirements and fickle clients.
Every service provider dreams of higher rates. Unfortunately, asking for higher rates is every service provider's nightmare.
Before you can work your network you've got to build it.
You can't afford to wait for clients and customers to notice you. But you can't afford to alienate them with questionable pitches, either.
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