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Why Decor is Worth the Price

I had a conversation a few days ago about the decor of an office, and why it might be worth the expenditure to have nice decor. Rather than give you my thoughts on the topic, I’ll repeat what we talked about, and let you weigh in with your opinions. An accounting firm had recently acquired […]

Universal Imaging

In a recent article about my choice of photo for my online presence, I discussed the fact that one of the criteria I had for the image was that it be universal. I wanted something consistent between the various sites I’m on – that if someone is looking for me, they will always see the […]

Choosing an Online Image

With thanks to @robsarj who inspired this post with a question about selecting a new avatar. Last week, I saw a question on Twitter regarding a choice of images for an avatar – should it be an action shot, or perhaps stick with a more formal portrait. Several messages later, it became quite clear that […]

Elimination of Process by Process of Elimination

Time spent on dealing with process is wasteful, and yet, many companies find that they spend more time with the process than they do with actual work. Make sure you’re not one of those companies!

Fickle Consumers

That’s right, we consumers are a fickle bunch. Today we buy from company A because we heard some great things about them, and tomorrow we run for the hills and look for the local products, because local is in. We like to follow fads, and we’re actually pretty good at doing that. Companies are well […]

The Art of Customer Management

Dealing with clients is not part of a Computer Science degree. Here are some suggestions for working with clients who come to you with a bad idea.

Trading Cards

Do you share your business cards as often as possible?

How do you Network?

Where and how do you network? Why do you network that way, and how could your existing networking be improved? What changes might you make to your networking activities, if you were able to?