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So, What Are Your New Year’s Resolutions?

No, we don’t mean lose 10 pounds. We mean, for you business owners and CEOs/Presidents out there, what are you going to resolve to do this year, and it doesn’t all have to do with more sales. Here are some … Continue reading

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What Carrier Really Means

OK, the Donald went to bat for the Carrier workers, and good for all. We can probably expect more of this as managements rebalance balance all of their stakeholder interests. We had sent a tersely worded text to our buddies … Continue reading

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Pass the Mic to Star Employees

There was a rather unfocused article on getting a thought leader for your brand, and the origin of same, the thought being that if you broaden ownership and ability to innovate to those below the executives, it would be a … Continue reading

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If You’re A Struggling Startup, Call Us!

In the Wall Street Journal of today, there was an article about how the struggles of startups are detracting from overall US growth. Our local Phoenix Business Journal had a similar comment from a venture capital head. Well, our School, … Continue reading

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Is Your Business Concept Broad Enough?

In this morning’s Wall Street Journal, there was an article about Ford rethinking of itself as a transportation services company rather than a car company, which is good thinking. Now Ford just needs to buy a bus or railcar manufacturer … Continue reading

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50% Deplorable

Way to go Hillary! Now we know how you really feel! Fitting that it happened at a fundraiser hosted by Barbara Streisand, a notorious business hater. Nothing like p.o-ing 50% of the Republicans, a lot of whom own small businesses. … Continue reading

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Tim, We’re Here for You

There have been several articles lately about Tim Cook and his leadership style, most recently in FAST COMPANY, where he complained that it was lonely at the top. Well, yeah. Doesn’t make any difference how big the company is. But, … Continue reading

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You Forgot the Product or Service and Price

I’m not sure what’s being taught in marketing classes these days, but Smita Singh, writing in the Huffington Post (I didn’t know they covered business) has some new ‘P’s in the marketing equation: Purpose, Positioning, Personality. Wow. Several marketing mavens … Continue reading

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