Mon.Apr 23, 2012

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Is Your Accountant A Bean Counting Historian?

The Small Business Blog

These days we hear much about business mentoring and business consultants and how important it all is to the survival of all SMEs/SMBs. I can’t help but wonder where it all went wrong? Business has always been surrounded by advisors, who could have helped, their accountants. Why this need for all this mentoring and consulting …

Rise of Women News Roundup

Small Business Labs

Lots of news on the Rise of Women this week.   Recent news includes: 1. The New York Times Economix Blog has a nice summary of this study. 2.

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10 Metals and Minerals for Metaphors

Daily Writing Tips

Metals and minerals sometimes inspire associations with human characteristics or with circumstances, as in the case of the examples below: 1. Adamant. In English, it also is a noun referring to the same materials or any similarly adamantine substances (yes, adamantine is a variant adjective). 2. Brassy. Bronze. Flinty. Golden. Leaden. Ossified.

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Book Review: The Welcomer Edge: Unlocking the Secrets to Repeat Business

Service Untitled

I recently finished reading The Welcomer Edge: Unlocking the Secrets to Repeat Business by Richard R. These are the people who make a difference.

Kill Your Productivity With A New Device

Simple Productivity Blog

Mondays are productivity days at SimpleProductivity blog. You might think that purchasing a new productivity tool would make you more productive.

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Trip Advisors: managing holiday records

Practically Perfect PA

As I look out on another wet and windy day in London I’ve really started to think about when to take my next week off work. New York here I come!

Would You Reveal Your Shortcomings?

Office Dynamics

Welcome to the Who Took My Pen. Again? Annual Blog-a-thon for Administrative Professionals. If you are just tuning in, here's the scoop! Reveal. Again?

Are You a Promoter?

Office Dynamics

To promote means to further the progress of something - especially a cause, venture, or aim - support, or actively encourage. It also means to give publicity to a product, organization, or venture, so as to increase sales or public awareness. That is superficial understanding of what it means to promote. Again? Promote. Understand the Business.