BUSINESS & FINANCE

Interview: Ron Eason – Entrepreneur / Real Estate Developer / Chairman of the Bronner Business Institute
on September 1, 2012 at 2:34 am / in BUSINESS & FINANCE

Interview: Ron Eason – Entrepreneur / Real Estate Developer / Chairman of the Bronner Business Institute

Interview: Ron Eason Entrepreneur / Real Estate Developer / Chairman of the Bronner Business Institute   1. What was your 1st entrepreneurship endeavor?      – Ok Marquez, that’s a good question. I can’t really recall when I was not involved in entrepreneurship.  I guess my first activity, on a consistent basis, was that I had a paper route at […]

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Owning Your Pursuit
on September 1, 2012 at 2:32 am / in BUSINESS & FINANCE

Owning Your Pursuit

Owning Your Pursuit By:  Pamela Jolly As we near November, the coming of yet another inflection point in our nation’s history, the idea of entrepreneurship and its role in the next chapter of our American future is an interesting one to consider.  The true question, as I see it, is what is the pursuit of an entrepreneur in America? Profit […]

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Money Matters: 50 Money Habits Everyone Should Have
on September 1, 2012 at 2:17 am / in BUSINESS & FINANCE, SUCCESS & PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT, SUCCESS & PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

Money Matters: 50 Money Habits Everyone Should Have

50 Money Habits Everyone Should Have: Hopefully, you have a lot of good personal-finance habits too. How many of these apply to you?  •Taking advantage of your employer’s flexible spending account. These accounts not only reduce your tax liability, but they also act as a de facto quasi-savings plan. •Tracking your income and expenses. •Being careful not to overspend on […]

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10 Basic Etiquette Tips That Will Help You Outclass the Competition
on September 1, 2012 at 12:17 am / in BUSINESS & FINANCE

10 Basic Etiquette Tips That Will Help You Outclass the Competition

10 Basic Etiquette Tips That Will Help You Outclass the Competition   Let’s be clear about what is meant by ‘business etiquette’. It has to do with how we treat one another – the accepted forms, manners, ceremonies, habits, protocols and rules required in conducting our business relations. Business etiquette may be reflected in ways such as a communication style, […]

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Business Evolved
on July 1, 2012 at 12:22 am / in BUSINESS & FINANCE

Business Evolved

Business Evolved By: Dr. Vernet A. Joseph Evolution and transformation are two things that are inevitable when it comes to business. If a team, company, or organization operates under the assumption that their business practices are infallible and do not require regular updates, it is destined to crash and burn. The business arena has been evolving since it was created. […]

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Poison: How Organizational Culture Can Kill a Company
on July 1, 2012 at 12:11 am / in BUSINESS & FINANCE

Poison: How Organizational Culture Can Kill a Company

Poison:  How Organizational Culture Can Kill a Company By:  Taneisha Roper It is proven that struggling companies and organizations have one thing in common – a poisoned, sick and distrustful culture that permeates the organization.  It is filled with managers who are arrogant, yet subservient. Rule with an iron fist, yet too passive to address the cultural elements of the […]

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7 Requirements to Turn a Dream into a Business
on May 1, 2012 at 7:24 am / in BUSINESS & FINANCE

7 Requirements to Turn a Dream into a Business

7 Requirements to Turn a Dream into a Business By: Loretta Huff One of the things I hear over and over again when I work with my clients is “Wow! I never thought of that!” There’s something about the process of talking out loud with another person skilled in thought facilitation that generates insight, creativity and innovation that simply isn’t […]

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