Reblog: Ask an Expert: How Small Businesses Can Adapt to All These Facebook Changes

Reblog: Ask an Expert: How Small Businesses Can Adapt to All These Facebook Changes Reblog: Ask an Expert: How Small Businesses Can Adapt to All These Facebook Changes

Reblog: Ask an Expert: How Small Businesses Can Adapt to All These Facebook Changes

I think people should be more careful how they advise in social media. Here is a post to which I responded and the author was spot on in his reply and I appreciate his taking the time to consider my response.
I am reblogging this because there is a lot of confusion – and a lot of rumors – in regard to Facebook change…

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How to avoid email overload – reblog

How to avoid email overload – reblog How to avoid email overload – reblog

How to avoid email overload – reblog

I ran across this post on Twitter and felt compelled to share it with you. I, too, am inundated with emails and am frustrated with the amount of time they consume. The tips in this article are spot on for managing your emails and your day!

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Damn! I don’t want to go back to my office to remember why I’m here in the kitchen!

Damn! I don’t want to go back to my office to remember why I’m here in the kitchen! Damn! I don’t want to go back to my office to remember why I’m here in the kitchen!

Damn! I don’t want to go back to my office to remember why I’m here in the kitchen!

I work from my home office. I have 2 monitors, a big desk, a computer desk, files, bookcase, everything to keep me focused and organized. hahahahahahahaha :) So with all these tools, why do I still lose my brain occasionally!?%#(*^)#* …

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A Thanksgiving message: Thankful for my Clients and for Modern Technology

A Thanksgiving message: Thankful for my Clients and for Modern Technology A Thanksgiving message: Thankful for my Clients and for Modern Technology

A Thanksgiving message: Thankful for my Clients and for Modern Technology

It has been an amazing journey of personal and business growth for me these last few years.

I remember in 3rd grade (a million years ago!), reading a short story of the future by Isaac Asimov – unfortunately I can’t remember the title – in which there were children sitting at the kitchen table in front of a computer monitor taking school lessons.

I remember so clearly looking at that picture and thinking I hope I live long enough to see that come to be. You have to realize that at that time IBM’s computers filled entire rooms, there were no cell phones, no answering machines, no video games, color TV was just emerging, and central air conditioning was a modern convenience, so the concept of the story seemed so, so far away….

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Imho – What is the #1 reason for business failure among small business owners?

Imho – What is the #1 reason for business failure among small business owners? Imho – What is the #1 reason for business failure among small business owners?

Imho – What is the #1 reason for business failure among small business owners?

I ran across this question by www.linkedin.com/in/davetteharvey in LinkedIn Answers “Although there has been an increase in support services for entrepreneurs and small business owners, the percentage of business failures in America is still pretty high. Across industries it is averaged that 56% of businesses will fail within the first four years. In some industries, […]

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