Category Archives: Bottom Line

A month of Innovation – Day 27

“Deeds rather than words express my concept of the part religion should play in everyday life.” Walt Disney Are you walking the talk? You say you want to be good to your customers. What are you doing for them so … Continue reading

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What’s stopping you?

What’s holding you back? “Somehow I can’t believe there are any heights that can’t be scaled by a man who knows the secret of making dreams come true. This special secret, it seems to me, can be summarized in four … Continue reading

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Write this down

Today’s lesson requires a little work on your part. Take out a piece of paper and something to write with. Think of a decision you are about to make. It can be about the next person you are going to … Continue reading

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The bottom line

If you caught the reference in yesterday’s post, congratulations. If not, allow me to repeat it here. “Big time applicants can compromise your bottom line.” Suffice it to say that choosing the right person for the right position is a big … Continue reading

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Do you share triumphs and tragedies?

How often do you share triumphs and tragedies? Maybe tragedies is too dark of a word. How about peaks and valleys in your business? You don’t have to give out the details of every penny made or lost. But do … Continue reading

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