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Instead of chasing after new customers, small businesses need to focus on the ones they already have. Keeping these customers is important. But so is finding ways to get these customers to refer you to their friends and colleagues.
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Instead of chasing after new customers, small businesses need to focus on the ones they already have. Keeping these customers is important. But so is finding ways to get these customers to refer you to their friends and colleagues.May 15, 2016 333 Shares
Want to show the type of leadership in your small business that's on display every day among the U.S. Navy Seals? Give Extreme Ownership a read.May 14, 2016 303 Shares
Organisational Army directs readers to view their business and its growth from a different perspective ... as a living organism.May 7, 2016 298 Shares
Thousands upon thousands of family businesses still operate around the country. They're the backbones of local economies but they're often ripe for conflict and trouble. So, what are the dirty little secrets behind small family-run businesses?May 1, 2016 358 Shares
Your company is constantly reminded that it needs to innovate. So, how do you do that and still keep the company moving forward? Check out the The Three Box Solution for some ideas.Apr 30, 2016 302 Shares
The book "How to Get a Meeting With Anyone" is a guide to "contact marketing." This in-depth review of the book explains more.Apr 23, 2016 625 Shares
Are you in a leadership role with your small business or about to achieve leader status, check out these 10 new titles from experts to provide some help.Apr 17, 2016 662 Shares
Being known as a diverse organization or company is all well and good but as the leader of the company, knowing what to do with that diversity within your company is key to your future.Apr 10, 2016 379 Shares
The book "The Mindfulness Edge" is a neuroscience-backed approach for leaders to a more mindful (and productive) day at work.Apr 9, 2016 293 Shares
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