Business Articles
  • 4 Tips On Taming Your Email
  • by Inez Ng
  • Quick and easy to adopt habits that helps you organize and handle your email more efficiently.
  • Small Business 101: Deadly Ignorance
  • by Daniel Sitter
  • Too many people leap prematurely into business only to fail because of poor planning and insufficient financial resources. Do not get caught in this trap. Don't quit your day job until you have enough cash on hand to pay the bills for at least a year into your new venture. Become aware of and develop the resources available to you. You want everything possible going for you as you make this leap of faith into the entrepreneurial world.
  • by Cavyl Stewart
  • If your proposals aren't pulling in the new business that you want them to, maybe it's time to try THIS instead.
  • Win Federal Contracts for Your Small Business
  • by Robert Moment
  • Winning Federal Government Contracts can be very lucrative for small businesses. There are federal programs that support the contracting efforts of small busineeses such as small disadvantage, veteran owned companies, disabled veteran owned companies. The federal government is a 600 billion dollar marketplace and growing.
  • 6 Steps To Effective Management During Change
  • by Karin Syren
  • Effective management during change is not as difficult as it many seem. Learn the practical steps & leadership attributes necessary to insure a healthy & productive environment even in the midst of upheaval.
  • How Leaky is Your Sales Pipeline?
  • by Greg Chapman
  • Leaky Sales Pipelines are wasted opportunities and a major loss in profitability for any business. By understanding where the leaks in your Sales Pipeline occur, and how to plug them, you can dramatically increase your sales.
  • 3 Reasons to Work From Home
  • by Benjamin Scott
  • The first reason to work form home is there is ample opportunity to provide for a family by working from home. The Internet revolution has created a new marketplace, ripe for new businesses looking to launch.
  • Effective Listening Equals Effective Leadership
  • by Wendy Maynard
  • No matter what role you play in your company, becoming a more effective listener will help you get ahead. It means fewer errors, improved accuracy, and enhanced working relationships. You will also find yourself involved in fewer conflicts and be perceived as a more positive and trustworthy person. Attentive listening is a rare skill that people respect and welcome.
  • The Real Estate market in Spain: Making profits out of sand
  • by Ofer Shoshani
  • Real estate in Spain continues to be an excellent Investment, with steadily rising prices and continued development in many areas of the mainland and the islands. Earlier, an overwhelming number of people were interested in buying property only in the Coast areas. However, real estate investors are now paying more attention to inland properties and are open to try a rural environment.
  • Expect the Best and Get It
  • by Daniel Sitter
  • Do you expect the best each day, or do you simply go with the flow? Do you expect to close each sale or are you simply busy with activity? Are you actively working a daily plan to achieve your goals or are you simply wandering around hoping to make your quota? None of these are acceptable for the professional salesperson. Positive expectancy is the only attitude to have. Why else would we make a sales call unless we expect the sale?
  • The Importance of Travel for A Writer
  • by Maxine Thompson
  • How to use travel to jumpstart your writing or how to become a travel writer. Travel free and write artices. The importance of the extra insights gained when you travel. How to learn to walk in another man's shoes from different cultures. These articles can be used to market your business on the Interent.
  • Guidelines for Conducting a Good Meeting
  • by Denise OBerry
  • Most people hate to attend meetings because they don't accomplish what they are set out to achieve. With this checklist, your carefully planned meeting will complete its objective.
  • Dealing With Digital Disease In Your Business
  • by Keith Gloster
  • Are your business computers immune to today's PC-destroying viruses, spyware, adware and malware? If not, all of your important data and files could be destroyed forever. Or, all that you've worked for could suddenly disappear due to identity theft. To protect your business computers as much as possible from being infected, here are four dangerous activities that you should avoid, or at least minimize:
  • The First Pagoda
  • by Maxine Thompson
  • Article about the advantages of traveling at any age, young or old. Also about taking the first step in any business, including the international trade business. This article is taken from my experiences in my first trip to Beijing, Hangzhou and Shanghai China.
  • The Benefits Of A Home Based Business
  • by Mike Law
  • Taking advantage of a home-based business opportunity can afford you many benefits. There are not only the monetary benefits, but lifestyle benefits as well. Whether lifestyle or monetary, these benefits can be far greater than the benefits you receive working for an employer.
  • Successful Promotion is a State of Mind
  • by Wendy Maynard
  • Consistent promotion is a state of mind - once you start promoting your message, you'll find opportunities everywhere you turn. By reinforcing your image and repeating publicity, you'll begin to see dividends accrue for your organization.
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