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4 Social Skills You Need To Master Before Starting Your Business
November 03, 2014
by Mary Ann Keeling
Leaders who excel at the social skills are great communicators. They can handle the bad news as well as the good news and they are experts at getting their team to support them. The four basic social skills you need to acquire, in order to become a successful businessperson, are: communication, giving praise, negotiation and conflict resolution.

Lessons from a Shopping Mall
May 31, 2011
by Jeff Beals
Regardless of what you do for a living, you must place your clients on a pedestal and adapt to their changing needs and preferences.

Key Characteristics of Successful Entrepreneurs.
March 04, 2009
by Kanaga Sivaraj
Entrepreneurs with these characteristics will Never Fail. They will Propel their Businesses to the Top.

How to Build Trust & Develop Relationships with Clients and Employees That Last a Lifetime
October 22, 2008
by Dr. Alan Zimmerman
If you want your customers to remain loyal... If you want a stronger team at work, you have to build a foundation of trust. Here are 4 Ways to Build Trust, Gain Loyalty & Retain Employees and Customers for Life.

Getting Noticed on the Net
May 04, 2007
by C.J.Hayden
There's a lot of talk from Internet marketing gurus about how to drive more traffic to your website.

Do You Have Your Successful Home Based Business Idea?
April 13, 2007
by Vincent Murphy
As long as you are willing to put in the effort and promote your business, you will have a successful home based business.

Is There Hope For The Working Parent?
April 02, 2007
by Jessica VanderHaar
Is there hope for the working parent? Absolutely. But to experience change you have to take an active role in implementing change. Starting a home based business is not a "quick fix". There is no “Get Rich Scheme”. Having a successful home based business requires work. It is up to you how much time and effort you are willing to invest. You will get out what you put in. Remember that you are building something for your future.

The Best Learning Tool
December 01, 2006
by Donovan Baldwin
Learning things the hard way may be expensive in terms of time and money, and it can make you feel like a fool and a failure. However, you're not really a failure until you stop trying. When should you stop?

Five Of The Worst Mistakes Managers Can Make And How To Avoid Them
November 09, 2006
by Bob Selden
For managers, this article shows how to apply some basic management principles to the day to day management of people to avoid them remembering you as one of their “horror” stories.

Online Business Start-Up – Take Careful Steps to Avoid Falling Flat
October 30, 2006
by Jeremy Lytle
You will need to proceed cautiously when considering any online home business endeavor. There are many factors to consider including an honest assessment of personal business acumen, as well as expertise in vital areas such as search engine optimization and keeping up on most recent trends.

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