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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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Just Say “NO” By David Chavez

Blog Blogs by David Chavez

Saying “No” is a challenge for successful people. About 15 years ago, I was sitting with a close friend of mine, discussing how exhausted he was. He was feeling like a failure because he wasn’t able to keep all of his commitments. I started asking him why. After asking why three or four more times […]

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Customer Satisfaction All Around By Rony Zagursky

Blog Blogs by Rony Zagursky

Customer satisfaction is taking a new role in today’s society. It forces companies to act in a different way, by promoting improvements and encouraging a transparent culture. Think about how one bad comment on social media can destroy the reputation of a company and decrease revenue. I am not saying that we need to fulfill […]

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Is Documenting Your Processes And Policies A Luxury Or Necessity? by Brian G Rosenberg

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Documentation of policies and processes is often seen as low priority by busy company leaders and as a task to be completed when time is available.  The company is often very busy doing work, resulting in little available time to determine how that work should be done.  However, change is inevitable.  Key team members may […]

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Bad Day? It’s OK To Start Over Anytime! by Vikki Kempker

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Our typical day is consumed with ups and downs. For most of us, that’s how we will decide if we are having a good day or a not so good day.  It’s all our own perception and perceptions become our reality.  Each action, conversation, thought, or phone call could tip you over the “I’m over […]

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