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Momentum

Increase Your Momentum with the “Open, Close” Technique

One of the keys to success in business is creating momentum. When your company “feels” like it’s moving quickly to your employees, your investors, your customers and most importantly to yourself, magic happens. Profits skyrocket, problems disappear and opportunities show up out of thin air. How do you create momentum? Use the “Open, Close” technique. This technique can be used in both your personal life and in your professional life.

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What to Do When Your Business Stops Growing

Some call it the “glass ceiling,” others simply call it a wall. Your business stops growing, yet you can’t pinpoint what’s holding you back. It’s not a lack of sales, poor marketing or any conventional problem. It just seems like you can’t make progress. What do you do?

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Healthcare

2014 Healthcare Guidelines for Startups and Small Businesses

In 2014, healthcare is going to change. The change is going to affect many businesses, both large and small. For startups, small businesses and the self-employed, these changes can be significant. Ignore the coming changes and it could cost you thousands in fines. Manage these changes right and you can save both yourself and your employees a lot of time and money. Here’s what you need to know about the coming healthcare changes.

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Kaizen

Kaizen: The Japanese Philosophy that Made Toyota a Success

In the mid 1900s, the United States dominated the world automobile market. Ford invented the motor vehicle, and Americans were generally considered the “best” car makers in the world. Yet today, Japanese car makers like Honda and Toyota reign supreme. What changed? One word: Kaizen. Kaizen is the philosophy that allowed Japan to overtake the United States in the car market. It’s also an essential philosophy for every entrepreneur to learn. Understanding and implementing this strategy in your business will help you save money, boost profits, create better products and instill more loyalty in your staff.

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Raise Money

How to Raise Money for a New Business

Starting a new business can often be a costly endeavor. Sometimes it costs $1,000, sometimes it costs a million dollars. Raising enough money to start a new business can be a very tough road block. Fortunately, there are a lot of options you can choose from. Let’s take a look at each of these options.

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