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Why Noncompetes are Killing Your Business!

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  I love a good mystery. I have an insatiably curious nature. When I am faced with a puzzling problem I tend to look at it from all angels. Before I attempt to solve the problem, I question why the problem exists at all. My latest business conundrum is: the case of the noncompete clause. Oh I know, at first …

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How to Make your Business Red Carpet Worthy!

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It’s that time again, when Hollywood roles out the Red Carpet and everyone who is anyone gets to step upon it; the best of the best, the crowd pleasers and the new comers that are the latest buzz. The throngs of supporters have, in their own way, caste their votes in hopes their favourites will win top honours. Whether the …

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The Con Game is Alive and Well!

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You’re part of a Con Game, so what are you going to do about it? “Just trust me…” where have I heard those words before? Oh wait…I said that! Don’t look now, but you are part of a con game! Trust seems to be an oxymoron in the business world; It’s the handshake on a deal that accompanies a binder …

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Time to Take the Leap!

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I Double Dog Dare you to Jump-Your Business Depends on it Are you still on the fence? Last week we talked about the virtues of getting up and sitting on the fence. It required you to have enough awareness to realize there is more to business than what you do in your own back yard. If your curiosity had you …

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Handling Seasons of Extremes

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In our lives the changing of the seasons are periods we expect and learn to react to in order to maintain a sense of balance. We replenish the sunscreen supplies, purchase electric fans, and conversely prepare our vehicles with winter tires to do battle in the cold. But how do you prepare your business for the changing seasons? Some businesses …

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Is your Business Heading into a Summer Slow-Down, or a Seasonal Peak?

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 Summer has a very interesting effect on business, regardless of what the business is. If you ask people at the end of June “How are things going?” you either get,“Just trying to squeeze in the last deals before the summer slow-down…” or “This is our busiest season…’ Business tends to experience peaks and valleys. Summer is a popular vacation time, …

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It’s Inauguration Day- would you be voted in a second term?

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It’s Inauguration Day in the United States – based on your business’ performance would your staff and clients vote you in a second term? With all eyes on Washington DC, it’s easy to get on the band wagon of “what could have been” and “what should have been” mixed with the emotion of “tomorrow’s potential”. In reality, if you are …

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