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Steve Driben

Are You Outsourcing?

  • 01 Apr 2017
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By Steve Driben— Often, when I explain what I do for a living being an outsourced human resource business advisor, I get asked why companies outsource in the first place. At first glance, it can be puzzling...Read More

Silas Carter

The Decision Barometer – It continues to move…

  • 15 Mar 2017
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How often has it occurred that companies have entered a “gray” area in making a sourcing decision or selection? Were the criteria clearly stated? Where did the final sourcing selection or decision get resolved? In...Read More

Michelle Keaton-Barrow

6 Shortcuts to Make Your Home Life a Little Easier

  • 13 Feb 2017
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By Michelle Keaton-Barrow:   We’re all busy at work and at home and whatever else takes up our day. Here are a 6 miscellaneous in home timesavers that will hopefully give you a few extra...Read More

Jessica Headrick

Travel Writing: Rincon, Puerto Rico, Exploring the Area

  • 10 Feb 2017
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By Jessica Headrick If you want to find the best opportunities for fun and adventure, take a look what I discovered in the west coast town of Rincon, Puerto Rico. Hiking, water sports, dining, and...Read More

How Eddie Alvarez’s Kensington Roots Inspired Him to Fight For His Dreams

  • 02 Feb 2017
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For most Philadelphians, the image of Rocky is pure fiction, or at the very least a statue at the bottom of the Art Museum steps. But for a kid growing up in Kensington, Rocky was...Read More

Steve Driben

You Are The Rainmaker (updated)

  • 31 Jan 2017
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By Steve Driben:    Rainmakers are the lifeblood of any organization. They are the people who continually bring in the big bucks, close the most profitable deals and generate the most new customers for a...Read More

Starting a Food Truck Business

  • 30 Jan 2017
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By Melissa Latin:   $1 Billion Industry Walk out of your office building or stroll down the streets of most major cities, and you can’t help but sense the aroma wafting from a street-side food...Read More

Michelle Keaton-Barrow

REGINE BECHTLER 
ARTIST EXTRAORDINAIRE

  • 30 Jan 2017
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Article by Michelle Keaton Barrow REGINE BECHTLER 
ARTIST EXTRAORDINAIRE Artist Regine Bechtler was born in Germany and began creating art by crochet hooking some eyeglasses at the age of 6. She has always had a...Read More

Kelly Rains Jesson

How to Name a Guardian for your Children

  • 26 Jan 2017
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By Kelly Rains-Jesson, Esq.:   There are numerous reasons for having a Last Will and Testament prepared, but today I am writing to focus on one top reason considering that, if you are reading this,...Read More

Michelle Keaton-Barrow

Are You Eligible for these Tax Credits?

  • 20 Jan 2017
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By Michelle Keaton-Barrow: We can depend on tax time to come on time each year. You never want to miss out on tax breaks that are to your advantage, so following are several tax credits...Read More

Martin Dones

My Life in the Bronx – Martin Dones

  • 19 Jan 2017
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A tumultuous time in NYC is revealed through the written word and photographs in an exposé on life and death. By 1977, the Bronx had been reduced to shell of its former self, the glorious...Read More

Michelle Keaton-Barrow

Winter Home Sales and Curb Appeal

  • 18 Jan 2017
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By Michelle Keaton-Barrow: If you are placing your home on the market this winter, make sure your curb appeal is up to par. Although there may not be a lot of greenery showing or flowers...Read More

Kelly Rains Jesson

The Legal System – You Only Get One Bite at The Apple – Kelly Rains Jesson

  • 12 Jan 2017
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Almost everyone has heard of the phrase “double jeopardy” and knows that it means a criminal defendant may only be tried once for a crime. It he is found not guilty, the government cannot try...Read More

Steve Driben

The Successful Salesperson – Steve Driben

  • 08 Jan 2017
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There are many interpretations of what a successful sales person “looks” like. But what are the specific characteristics or core competencies of successful salespeople? Well, there are many. Below is a Top 10 list of...Read More

johanna Wise

Meaningfulness vs. Happiness | Johanna Wise

  • 01 Jan 2017
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I help professionals who feel stuck: stuck in a career because that’s what they trained for, stuck in a job because of the pay, stuck in a project because they don’t know how to say...Read More

Jessica Headrick

The Secret for a Successful Life and Business in 2017 – Jessica Headrick

  • 29 Dec 2016
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We live in an age that loves the peculiar and the original evidenced by reality shows, presidential elections, and entrepreneurial creativity. If ever there was a time to let your unique personality gleam, it is...Read More

PASSION FOR HELPING – DONATING TIME AT THE SALVATION ARMY | ALICIA DRIBEN

  • 25 Dec 2016
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Helping Others The other day, I went to the new The Salvation Army & Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in Camden, NJ with my dad. I helped out by giving clothes that didn’t...Read More

Steve Gatter

The “Just Right” Linkedin Profile – Steve Gatter

  • 24 Dec 2016
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By Steve Gatter When a prospective customer finds you on LinkedIn, what is likely to happen next? There are 4 types of LinkedIn profiles: 1 – The profile with little or no information. 2 –...Read More

Barry Cohen

How Store Associates Drive Your Omnichannel Strategy and Boost Sales – Barry Cohen

  • 14 Dec 2016
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Your customers are buying experiences. Your retail associates are your most important touch point in delivering the experience. Your customers are buying your brand and everything you stand for. You have invested heavily in your...Read More

NEVER TOO YOUNG TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE – ALICIA DRIBEN

  • 10 Dec 2016
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When some think of younger people, the words whiny, needy, or self-absorbed may come to mind. Especially to the more cynically inclined. That’s why it comes as widely counter intuitive to many that kids are...Read More

Steven Settle

Adversity is a Journey – Steven Settle

  • 09 Dec 2016
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Ashby Search Group, Inc. was created from a challenge the day I asked these questions: A. ‘What are you really made of?’ B. As a professional what lies at the very core of your character?...Read More

Q&A With Charlotte Fashion Plate: “This Is What I Was Meant to Be Doing” – Melissa Latin

  • 03 Dec 2016
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In September 2015, Melissa Latin founded Charlotte Fashion Plate as a way to showcase her love of fashion and food. She now looks to local markets for food inspiration and constantly follows current trends in...Read More

Jessica Headrick

Visual Storytelling with New Video and Display Technology – Jessica Headrick

  • 29 Nov 2016
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Visual storytelling depends on talented use of graphic designs, photos, infographics, and video. While great content is extremely significant, adding something visual enhances it, making it more aesthetically pleasing and meaningful to your viewers. It...Read More

Steve Gatter

3 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD HIRE A VERY SMALL BUSINESS – STEVE GATTER

  • 26 Nov 2016
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There are many different definitions as to what is a small, very small or medium sized business. For the purpose of this brief, a very small business has 20 or fewer employees and might you...Read More

Joseph Salkind

Setting Your Fees in Dentistry – Dr. Joseph Salkind

  • 24 Nov 2016
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When I started my practice I had no idea how to set my fees. After 20 years how to price dental fees was still a mystery. I could never get an answer that satisfied me....Read More

Kelly Rains Jesson

The Importance of Life Insurance – Kelly Rains Jesson, Esq.

  • 20 Nov 2016
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I am not an insurance salesperson. However, I often give my estate planning clients one common piece of advice – get life insurance if you can. This is typically easier for my younger clients, but...Read More

Silas Carter

Stay Focused: Get the C-Suite Engaged – Silas Carter

  • 17 Nov 2016
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Leaders of new or key initiatives guiding procurement and sourcing strategies through the organization are continuing to meet competing missions to divert its place on the list of priorities. It’s all about business. But we...Read More

johanna Wise

The Art of Acing the First Impression – Johanna Wise

  • 30 Oct 2016
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You’re ready to make a midlife career change or return to work after a career break. You are excited to attend a back to work program that offers individual career transition coaching, as well as...Read More

Joe Barone

Startup Costs – For Starting Your Business or Franchise – Vary By Business Model | Joe Barone

  • 22 Oct 2016
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When starting any business including franchise models, buying an existing business or starting your own business – you will have specific startup costs based on the model. In franchising, startup costs are itemized in the...Read More

Kelly Rains Jesson

Why Should I Have a Will if My Heirs are Going to Inherit Everything Under the Law Anyway? – Kelly Rains Jesson, Esq.

  • 21 Oct 2016
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This is a very common question I get on a regular basis. Let’s say you have a spouse and no children, or you don’t have a spouse but you have two children. Under the intestacy...Read More

johanna Wise

The Key to Success in Business is Hard Work – The Key to Success in Life is… | Johanna Wise

  • 20 Oct 2016
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Are you interested in re-entering the workforce after a career break? Are you overwhelmed by the feeling that you will no longer have enough time for your family, volunteer opportunities, or hobbies? Do you seek...Read More

Steve Driben

Confusion Abound with Health Care Plan Options – Steve Driben

  • 15 Oct 2016
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Does it seem like yesterday when you were faced with large health care plan premium increases? Are you dreading the difficulties in analyzing your plan options? Every year, companies go through the same exercise to...Read More

johanna Wise

Make that All-Important Connection! – Johanna Wise

  • 15 Oct 2016
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Do you reach out to friends and colleagues, incredibly excited about connecting or contributing to their cause, only to receive a lukewarm response? When someone reaches out to you unexpectedly, do you react in a...Read More

Richard Marcus

First Step Is Always The Hardest – Richard Marcus

  • 30 Sep 2016
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If your particular selling situation requires you to make telephone calls to generate new business, will you be ready when the prospect picks up the phone or returns your call? On a deep level you...Read More

Kelly Rains Jesson

What Happens to My Facebook or Gmail When I Die? | Kelly Rains Jesson

  • 25 Sep 2016
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If I had to pick one thing that is a “hot topic” right now in the estate planning field is “digital assets.” Digital assets are anything involving the internet or mobile devices, including family photos...Read More

johanna Wise

What is Holding You Back? | Johanna Wise

  • 18 Sep 2016
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Pat* called me after carrying my business card for over a year. She had found it on a bulletin board, along with an invitation to a Connect•Work•Thrive Return to Work Career Transformation Conference. During the...Read More

Steve Driben

Time is Your Most Valuable Asset… So Why Volunteer? – Steve Driben

  • 08 Sep 2016
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12 months / 52 weeks / 365 days / 8,765 hours…every hour of every day is a balancing act of work and life. Critical business decisions need to be made every day, employees seek your...Read More

Edward Jesson

The Importance of Contract in the Construction Industry – Edward Jesson, Esq.

  • 04 Sep 2016
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Occasionally, potential clients, be they general contractors or subcontractors, come to me with issues regarding a project that they’ve been involved with. More often than not those questions revolve around what their rights are, and...Read More

Kelly Rains Jesson

What is a business buy/sell agreement? – Kelly Rains Jesson

  • 28 Aug 2016
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How Does a Buy/Sell Agreement Govern? A buy/sell agreement governs how, when, and why partners/owners leave a business, as well as other types of events. A partner’s interest in the business is an asset, and...Read More

Jessica Headrick

Developing Content for Marketing: Where to Start – Jessica Headrick

  • 27 Aug 2016
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I was recently sitting with a client over coffee and we discussed his line of work, his goals, and his current marketing efforts. As a content writer, I have to be aware of what connects...Read More

Jay Jordan

How Proactive IT Services Can Help Improve Your Business’ Security – Jay Jordan

  • 16 Aug 2016
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“The Year of the Breach” If 2014 was “The Year of the Breach” with a whopping 43% of North American firms telling the Ponemon Institute that they experienced a hack in 2014, then what lies...Read More

Steven Settle

Recruiting is a Huge Investment – Steven Settle

  • 13 Aug 2016
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Recruiting a contract, contract-to-hire, or permanent employee is a huge investment – of time, energy, and money. Defining Needs and the Search Process, Developing the Candidate Pool, Screening and Interviewing Candidates, Finalizing the Choice, and...Read More

Jay Jordan

Ransomware targets businesses using Office 365™ – Jay Jordan

  • 11 Aug 2016
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News this week is filled with reports of a new ransomware attack targeting Office 365 customers. The best defense against ransomware is to backup files, educate users to not click suspicious links, and leverage tools...Read More

johanna Wise

Leverage Your Opportunities! – Johanna Wise

  • 08 Aug 2016
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Do you miss opportunities to grow your business or find a new and exciting job at little or no cost for no good reason? Do you miss opportunities to leverage free or low cost resources?...Read More

Attitude of Abundance and Opportunity – Caryn Lee

  • 06 Aug 2016
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Over the last several years, I find myself frequently telling people that I have an “attitude of abundance”, not a fear of scarcity. And I recommend it to be successful and to some extent, to...Read More

Streve Driben Insperity

Technology Creates a New Way of Exchanging Intellectual Capital – Steve Driben

  • 31 Jul 2016
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Technology Creates a New Way of Exchanging Intellectual Capital: Direct-Hire Executive vs. High-Level Consultant Changes are being seen in the way employers and employees interact. Between the Millennial generations’ view on project-based employment, the economic...Read More

DON klos

What Chief Information Officers Need to Know About Blockchain – Don Klos

  • 22 Jul 2016
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Chief Information Officers (CIO)s should consider the possible effects of blockchain investments against existing technologies and capabilities and be ready to move when productivity begins to outweigh the earlier hype. As many CIOs begin looking...Read More

Jessica Headrick

Best Ways to Differentiate Yourself Online – Jessica Headrick

  • 21 Jul 2016
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Differentiating yourself from others inspires confidence in those around you. It shows that you are comfortable trying new things and incorporating what is unique and distinctively valuable instead of relying on established and often dated...Read More

Secret Codes of Leadership – Justin Schaefer

  • 20 Jul 2016
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Studying leadership for many years, I’ve come to realize that “Leadership” has about as many definitions as there are languages in the world. Think about the great leaders in your life and which ones had...Read More

johanna Wise

Because I Said So – Johanna Wise

  • 15 Jul 2016
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How would you feel if, during a discussion, someone responded with “Because I said so?” Would you feel heard? Valued? Understood? What would you think of that person’s communication skills? Debating prowess? That’s precisely the...Read More

Simplicity Sells, Reality is Complex – Caryn Lee

  • 13 Jul 2016
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All of us get caught in the trap of buying into simple. One of the things that I talk about at some point in most of my training/team building/leadership development sessions is that people are...Read More

DON klos

The Evolution of Blockchain: Transformation of Business and the Internet – Don Klos {Updated}

  • 07 Jul 2016
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(revised 7.5.16) If you are like me, you have some general knowledge about how your computer works and are just glad that when you turn it on and press the buttons, you get the correct...Read More

Streve Driben Insperity

How Do You Reverse the Membership Decline Trend? – Steve Driben

  • 04 Jul 2016
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Members join organizations whose vision and values they align with. They may want to meet people, make new friends, explore interests, develop leadership skills or simply have some fun. Organizations are always looking for new...Read More

Kelly Rains Jesson

Non-Competes Are Hard to Beat – Kelly Rains Jesson, Esq.

  • 29 Jun 2016
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Non-compete agreements are helpful tools for small businesses, especially those getting established or finding success in their location. These agreements enable businesses to hire talented employees without worrying that the employee will leave the business...Read More

Jessica Headrick

Search Engine Optimization (SEO)-Still Relevant – Jessica Headrick

  • 28 Jun 2016
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SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization and describes the process of optimizing a website and its content to receive more traffic from search engine result pages. Search engines decide how to rank website content based...Read More

Steve Driben

Executive Level Buying Behavior – Steve Driben

  • 25 Jun 2016
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Have you ever considered why someone makes a purchase? Did you know that a person’s emotions play a key part of his/her decision-making process? If your answer to these questions is “no” or “I never...Read More

The “F “Words that May Hold You Back from Self-Sufficiency

  • 24 Jun 2016
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If the pathway to self-sufficiency was free of obstacles and challenges, then everyone would take it. Unfortunately, obstacles and challenges do exist and they sometimes prevent individuals from taking the leap to business ownership. When...Read More

Richard Marcus

Are You A Sales Conversation Narcissist? – Richard Marcus

  • 15 Jun 2016
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Do you think you talk too much when selling? Do you know other sales people or managers who talk too much? I have had customers tell me that some sales people talk too much and...Read More

Barry Cohen

How to Sell When Your Product is Not Budgeted Yet – Barry Cohen

  • 13 Jun 2016
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How to sell when your product is not budgeted yet there are significant problems you can solve and measureable business value you can deliver. Let me set the context. Consider scenarios with some if not...Read More

Why this People Business is so Important – Caryn Lee

  • 07 Jun 2016
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I have to admit that sometimes I get a little frustrated when I can’t seem to get through to executives with limited budgets about how important this “People Business” really is. Sometimes, I go back...Read More

G. Ross Segal, DMD, MS - dentist

The Role of Tooth Movement for Aligning Gingival Margins in Preparation of Cosmetic Restorations – G. Ross Segal, D.M.D

  • 04 Jun 2016
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There is nothing like a wedding to expose a lifelong “blind spot.” That is especially the case when it’s your only daughter who’s getting married. Lori had let her discolored tooth fade into the background...Read More

Big Chain

The Evolution of BigchainDB: Transformation of Business and the Internet – Don Klos

  • 03 Jun 2016
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If you are like me, you have some general knowledge about how your computer works and are just glad that when you turn it on and press the buttons, you get the correct response to...Read More

Consulting- Is it Right for You?

  • 02 Jun 2016
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Consulting can be a nice “bridge” between jobs. You might even find that you like it! In fact, some companies prefer this approach – it’s safer and they can check you out first without making...Read More

Sales

Job Fit – Caryn Lee

  • 01 Jun 2016
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Over the last 10 years, you could hear me say many times, “I found my dream job and in many ways, we help people find theirs”. I also said, “I don’t see Sundays or Mondays...Read More

G. Ross Segal, DMD, MS - dentist

Orthodontics Case Study: Treat ‘The Face’ Not ‘The Teeth’ – Dr. G. Ross Segal

  • 31 May 2016
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As dentists, we focus much of our attention on the oral cavity. However, the treatment we perform within this confined space often affects the whole facial structure. For this reason, it is imperative to look...Read More

Sales

Manage Your Inside Sales Team Like a Call Center – Stan Odachowski

  • 31 May 2016
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From experience, over time, most inside sales support teams develop flaws that cut into their productivity and efficiencies. They take on some characteristics which can make them lose focus on what their real role is...Read More

Boardroom Advisory Group

Selling in the Executive Suite — Steve Driben

  • 30 May 2016
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Your efforts have paid off and you have been invited into the Executive Suite. You have 30 minutes to demonstrate your value to the CEO of a Fortune 500 company. This is your opportunity to...Read More

Stan Odachowski

All Call Centers Are Not Created Equal – Stan Odachowski

  • 27 May 2016
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Over the past 30+ years in this industry, being on all sides of the table from buying and selling teleservices to finding outsourcing vendors for clients, I’ve realized that most call centers say the same...Read More

SEO

When Google Speaks, We Should Listen… – Bernard Lee

  • 23 May 2016
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On April 21st last year, Google informed us that they will be expanding the use of mobile friendly as a ranking signal for all languages worldwide. More importantly that it will have a significant impact...Read More

Richard Marcus

It’s Like Money in the Bank! – Richard Marcus

  • 18 May 2016
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Credibility The Quality of Being Believable and Worthy of Trust As a sales professional how do you prove your Credibility in the eyes of a skeptical, new, potential client who is unfamiliar with your work and reputation? Sometimes...Read More

Volunteer

Leadership – Caryn Lee

  • 12 May 2016
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Successful Leadership I can’t fathom how many different definitions and descriptions of a leader there are out there in the literature, but below is my description. A leader is not someone whose title necessarily connotes...Read More

Trusted Advisor

Solution Selling: Tried and True Approach for the Trusted Advisor – Steve Driben

  • 11 May 2016
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“Marty” (not his real name) was a dedicated sales person. He towed the company line, followed up on every sales lead, and understood the company business objectives. Marty talked with customers & prospects any time...Read More

Jessica Headrick

The Shift to Mobile Devices and Design – Jessica Headrick

  • 09 May 2016
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We are all familiar with the difference between using a desktop and a mobile device. Both display digital media on the Internet, enabling us to view email, interact with social media, search for websites, listen...Read More

India – We are more similar than different – Caryn Lee

  • 07 May 2016
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India wasn’t on my list of places that I have always wanted to go, but when I had the chance to go last month (twice – Chennai and Bangalore) to provide Leadership training for a...Read More

Caleb Van Voorhis

PRESS RELEASE -Boardroom Advisory Group, LLC Announces Affiliation with Caleb Van Voorhis, Executive Advisor

  • 06 May 2016
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Boardroom Advisory Group, LLC Announces Affiliation with Caleb Van Voorhis, Executive Advisor CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA – May 6, 2016 – Boardroom Advisory Group, LLC, a unique provider of executive branding services, today...Read More

branding executives consultants

Creating, Building & Launching a World Class Inside Sales Team  – Steve Driben

  • 03 May 2016
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Have you ever thought to yourself, “if I only had a silver bullet, that one nugget of information to transform my sales team into passionate, “trusted advisors”, my job would be so much easier”? How...Read More

3 Costly Mistakes Business Owners are Making by Not Accepting EMV Cards

  • 01 May 2016
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EMV compliance has now been in place for just over 6 months. Adoption rate is still relatively low, even among major chains and box stores. It appears that some businesses are just not taking it...Read More

3 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD HIRE AND BUY FROM A VERY SMALL BUSINESS – Steve Gatter

  • 30 Apr 2016
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There are many different definitions as to what is a small, very small or medium sized business. For the purpose of this brief, a very small business has 20 or fewer employees and might you...Read More

Boardroom Advisory Group

Demand Response as a Distributed Energy Resource – Steve Driben

  • 26 Apr 2016
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DRMS Executing a successful demand response management solution (DRMS) can be a complex endeavor. You need to make sure you get the right number of participants and the amount of load, without committing to overly...Read More

Caryn Lee

Doing it My Way – Caryn Lee

  • 26 Apr 2016
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I’ve always believed in getting expert advise and I’ve tauted that as one of the keys to my success.  And I still believe it.  But in a recent situation, I threw out all the advice...Read More

Franchising 101

  • 22 Apr 2016
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Have you been longing to make a career change, but haven’t taken the necessary steps because you don’t know the options that stand before you? Well, there are plenty of vehicles to success that may...Read More

Social Media is More Than a Facebook Page – Jessica Headrick

  • 12 Apr 2016
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Social Media involves many different sites, individually or connected to each other through links (share buttons) that increase visibility when marketing. What began as a way of personal networking between friends and family are more...Read More

WHAT IS YOUR ONE THING?

  • 11 Apr 2016
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By Steve Gatter Perhaps the foundation for a solopreneurial business is doing your “one thing” – that thing that you love to do and makes a difference to your customers and in your community. In the...Read More

Cybersecurity for Demand Response – Steve Driben

  • 10 Apr 2016
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Growing concerns around data breaches and cybersecurity are more prevalent than ever. Cybersecurity is top of mind not only for utilities with demand response programs, it’s pervasive in public media (examples: Target, Home Depot, Sony)…and...Read More

3 Reasons Employees Are Leaving Corporate America for Entrepreneurship

  • 08 Apr 2016
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Today, we’re seeing a growing segment of Americans – from Baby Boomers to Millennials – realizing they are no longer fulfilled in their corporate jobs.  The current stagnant job market is making career success hard to...Read More

The Entrepreneurial Trap – Steve Driben

  • 03 Apr 2016
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The New & Improved You Are you craving the need to clone yourself to drive results? If you are…stop! Instead, focus on transference of knowledge to create a new and improved “you”.  Think about the...Read More

Landing Pages and Microsites

  • 03 Apr 2016
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Landing pages and microsites steer consumers to information regarding your business and opportunities to take action. You need to know what your goal is in order to develop a path that leads your visitors to...Read More

Branding

Discover the Freedom of Franchise Ownership

  • 28 Mar 2016
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The first step toward achievement is discovery. You’d be surprised by how many individuals who are unsatisfied with their current employment situation look for their next move before analyzing what possibilities and options stand before...Read More

Business Automation

  • 05 Aug 2016
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Software that is used to automate business procedures takes difficult, repetitive, or complex activities and simplifies them into a modernized, efficient process. It’s possible to get the same job done using less technology, and that...Read More

No One Told Me I Could Be Anything I Wanted

  • 21 Mar 2016
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“I always had the naive confidence that I’d be successful, so I just put one foot in front of the other, built my network, and made the best long-term decisions I could.” — Tim Draper,...Read More

How to Gauge Employee Underperformance – Steve Driben

  • 21 Mar 2016
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Employee performance is a daily topic in a sales-focused enterprise.   Sales managers and sales leaders alike understand that an engaged workforce will result in increased profitability, improved quality, and reduced turnover. Now, does this mean...Read More

What Have You Done For Your Sales Force Lately?

  • 16 Mar 2016
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B2B Selling is a tough job – – it’s one of the toughest jobs in the company. The sales job is further complicated by a negative and well established stereotype. A recent Gallup poll on...Read More

Franchising vs. Independent Business Ownership

  • 14 Mar 2016
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It’s important to examine the benefits and drawbacks of both routes to business success – franchising and independent ownership – to consider which pathway may be the right fit for your unique goals. To start...Read More

Sales Management Pipeline Review – Steve Driben

  • 14 Mar 2016
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Ask yourself this question, “Can I review any opportunity in my CRM and clearly understand it”? Most likely, the answer will be “no”. The reasons for this are many, but leading this list is the...Read More

Obamacare

Individual and Self-Employed Healthcare – Jessica Headrick

  • 02 Mar 2016
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Individual sunder the age of 65, not covered by an Employer-Based plan at work, can shop for health insurance plans online using the Health Insurance Marketplace, on Insurance Company websites, or through an insurance agent....Read More

The Gig Economy or Sharing Economy – Jessica Headrick

  • 02 Mar 2016
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Baby-Boomers Ease Some Retirement Concerns For the Millennials, the unlimited access and options of the online economy are part of everyday life and experience. They’ve always lived in a world of drive-sharing services, home-sharing, and...Read More

Jessica Headrick

This Just in….According to LinkedIn’s Blog, Freelancers are Linkedin Power Users! – Jessica Headrick

  • 02 Mar 2016
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The results of this data show something that makes sense to a freelancer like me. I was never meant to successfully integrate into the social norm of commuting to an office daily. I’ve done it,...Read More

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