Hi! I'm Dane Carlson, and welcome to the Business Opportunities Weblog. I've been publishing this website, by myself, and sometimes with the help of others for over twelve years now. You'll notice two things about this site right away:
As one boss says, when people are focused on surviving, they forget that the end goal is thriving.
It is often the little details that customers recall even more than the product they purchased or the service they received.
Meylah.com: We all love to get new customers…it’s not only great for business, it’s great for future business.
Nick Friedman had an idea.
photo credit: Mzelle Biscotte
MakingTheMogul.com: “It is always a vital aspect of business to be respectful and appropriate even when sending out mass emails to your contacts.”
When in business there are several times throughout our work week that we have to send out mass business email’s for various reasons, but some of us don’t realize there is such a thing as email manners.
Try to keep the survey short and sweet – around 3 to 6 questions would be ideal.
Conflict is inevitable – destructive conflict is not.
Finally, don’t lose confidence in employees who seem to be holding back lately.