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June 5, 2020
For the entrepreneur, anger can be a powerful business tool when wielded correctly. It can point to areas of friction that need improvement and underline their solutions. But it is not always easy to determine how anger can be used in an appropriate and effective manner.  To paraphrase a quote from the Ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle, ‘becoming angry is easy - but to become angry with the right person, at the right time, for the right reason, and in the right way - that is more difficult.’ As a business tool for the entrepreneur, the right way to be angry involves using anger as a map. One that will help you find the underlying causes of those angers in the first place. It is important to recognize that anger or workplace ...
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The Essence of Business in Good Faith

January 30, 2020
Good faith, as a term, often refers to contract law. In contract law, good faith means to deal fairly and honestly with parties associated in a contract. Good faith in business is very much dealing with everyone you do business with fairly and honestly. However, the essence of ...
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Your Habits Are Shaping You

January 16, 2020
Have you ever felt like you’ve set your life to “auto-pilot”? Maybe you feel as though you’re coasting through life, with little control or self-motivation to complete tasks or chase your dreams. More often than not, it’s your habits that are to blame. In order to become the ...
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Free Your Authentic Self

January 3, 2020
It’s unfortunate that a lot of people make their decisions based on how others will react. Most times, this can be said for the way you dress, the type of car you buy, or the job you seek. Most decisions tend to be made based on what other ...
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Why Setting Goals Is Important

December 11, 2019
Everyone knows that setting goals are an important part of your everyday life. Though seemingly insignificant, choosing to make dinner after work is a goal. Similarly, making plans for the weekend ahead is also a goal. Goals are what keep you on track; they provide focus and allow ...
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Make Yourself a Priority

December 2, 2019
Do you tend to place priority on things like work, money, or everyone else’s needs before your own? You’re not alone. Often those things tend to take precedence over your own needs, and your mental state pays a substantial price.  You need to take a step back and evaluate ...
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Failure is the Better Option

November 25, 2019
A wise person once said: “It’s better to fail than fail to try”. But as humans, our fear of failure is often paralyzing. A fear of failing is generally what stands in the way of us achieving our personal or career-related goals. It’s possible that we’ve been humiliated ...
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Use Your Social Media Influence Positively

November 14, 2019
Social media isn’t going anywhere. Millions of people and businesses use social media to carry their messages across the internet for the entire world to see. It’s unfortunate, however, that some use social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to spread negativity while aiming to direct ...
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Become a Better Leader for a More Enjoyable Life

October 3, 2019
Most professional or career-related goals at some point in your life revolve around enhancing leadership qualities. Becoming a better leader, or further developing leadership traits is a goal that is often solely associated with work.  There are many benefits to trying to become a better leader. One benefit, though, ...
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Before You Say No To Your Clients, Think Again

October 3, 2019
One of the most challenging situations in business is having to turn away a potential client. There may be a number of reasons why you may not be able to help, including, but not limited to: the customer can’t afford your product or service, you may not have ...
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