The following is a guest post by Brian Hamilton, CEO of Sageworks, Inc.
Jason Fried, co-founder of noted web developer 37signals and author of Rework, made a pretty good case for ignoring people at work.
John Warrillow, the author of Built To Sell: Turn Your Business Into One You Can Sell, knows about selling businesses: He has started and exited four companies.
Bullying people in a waiting room for testimonials needed for a Website —self-explanatory.
Copy Blogger: Content is king, but if the king looks like a toad, no one will know he’s royalty.
photo credit: jared
In today’s economy we are all trying to strive for more; more profit, more customers, more everything.
Success in a networking group comes when the rest of the group members trust you enough to open up their best referrals to you.
You rely on referral sources.
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