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Hello, this is Laura Lee Rose – author of TimePeace: Making peace with time – and I am a business
How do you steal a client or project away from a competitor? I find the best way to gain customers or projects from competitors is to collaborate and affiliate with them.
I recently was asked for advice for small business owners on ways to build a strong, positive culture at work. Read some tips.
With clients expecting orders to be turned around faster than in the past, how can a small business speed up their operations?
I received the below great question a few days after my Art of War for Product Managers and High-Performing Professionals.
There are things in our professional careers that naturally scare us, but are required for advancement and continued growth. We are normally afraid of places we haven’t been before, things we haven’t tried before or subject matter that we know nothing about. If fear is a sign that we are pushing our envelop, then conquering that fear is a sign of real personal and professional growth.
So, how do we gather enough courage to take that next step?
This week we will take a short-cut into slapping ourselves back on the path. We won’t spend time investigating why and what took us off our course. Instead, we will jump into action with the idea of “doing one scary thing a day” to help keep up moving forward at a faster pace.
I know this sounds strange, but I used a diet tip that I read from Micheal Thurmond’s “6 Day Body Makeover” – to accomplish career critical tasks.