What should be delegated?

This blog post was on my list of “things to write about” for two weeks now, but I’ve been busy with other things. That’s okay, though, because it’s a perennial topic. I was recently reading a blog in the New York Times (published October 15th) by a CEO of a NY-based company. She referenced that, […]

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Get More Done with On-Call Help

Business owners who are advancing from the solopreneur to a staffed organization can’t always make that leap from one to the other cleanly. They will often discover that there is an intermediate step in between, although not everyone knows this. It’s true! In the steps between running a business on your own and running a […]

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Success Tips for Travel Write-offs

If you run a small business, you may find yourself traveling on trips that are obviously business-related. For example, if you travel to a conference in your field, stay in the recommended hotel, and are away only the same number of days as the conference, then the trip is obviously a business trip. Likewise, you […]

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A powerful strategy for testimonials

When presenting your product or service for sale, a testimonial can go a long way. Testimonials can show a potential buyer how a previous buyer has been impacted by your offering, and I’ve even seen circumstances where they were the tipping point between “I might buy” and “I will buy”. When we have testimonials, we […]

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Project Management Gone Wrong

Posted by on November 16, 2008 in: Project Management

The following are true stories of project management gone terribly wrong. Only the details and the names have been changed to protect the guilty. These stories were collected from colleagues who work on projects in large and small organizations in varying industries.

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