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Cash In The Valleys Of Death By David Chavez

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If you’re a business owner or a member of a leadership team, you are responsible for the company’s cash. If the business is growing, a time arrives where the next stage of its life cycle change is going to happen. It doesn’t matter whether you and your leadership team is ready, you’re entering the Valley […]

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Are You Listening? By Vikki Kempker

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I was at a luncheon recently where a speaker asked a question to the group that each person was to answer as they introduced themselves to the room. After the last person spoke the speaker stood up and made reference to 3 attendees on how what they answered was relevant to him personally. He proceeded […]

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Change: Our Greatest Opportunities Require Us To Overcome Our Greatest Fear by Brian G. Rosenberg

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Change is an essential element of growth for both businesses and for individuals – we must change to adopt to ever changing conditions. Without change, there is stagnation. If you do not change, the world around you and your business will. As market conditions, technologies, competition, and other factors that impact your success are constantly […]

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The Way You Win Matters More Than Winning by Rony Zagursky

Blog Blogs by Rony Zagursky

Often during the annual strategic meeting, leadership teams have an intense discussion regarding how to improve company performance and gain market share. Lets be honest, both factors are very important for your company. You cannot look at one and not the other, if you do, it’s similar to driving with just one eye open. While […]

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Better To Stop Before It’s Too Late by Rony Zagursky

Blog Blogs by Rony Zagursky

A few months ago I went for a hike with a friend. We were in Las Vegas, NV for the Gazelles Growth Summit. We decided to go to Red Rock, a hiking location that neither one of us had been to before, An amazing place with a huge expanse of nature. Since we both like […]

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Trust Is An Expensive Currency by Rony Zagursky

Blog Blogs by Rony Zagursky

A long time ago, humans invented a common currency in order to exchange goods or services. During those times it was very difficult to estimate how many lemons are equivalent to 20 lbs of beef, bartering did not seem to be the most practical. Money has still proven

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