Monthly Archives: July 2008

A Great Idea

I didn’t really plan to do a lot of business-plugging on my blog, but my friend, Tim has a really good one here. He’s talked about this in a number of his books and this business is one that’s desperately … Continue reading

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Wisdom from the Small Fish

I really like small town newspapers. The big ones, like the New York Times and WSJ, are good for keeping up with world and national news and topics, but the little ones almost always end up with some gem of … Continue reading

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Our Greatest Asset…Really?

“Our employees are our most important asset.” Everyone, at some point in their careers, has heard some advanced representative of a company they’ve worked for utter these words. And, if you’re like most employees at most companies, you’ve groaned inwardly. … Continue reading

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