Category Archives: Business

What Didn’t You Do Today?

Procrastination is one of the most self-destructive shortcomings of human beings. There are few easier ways to derail success than to put off a task that should be handled immediately. It’s rarely justifiable and almost never beneficial, yet so many … Continue reading

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K.I.S.S. – (Keep It Simple, Stupid)

“Human nature has a tendency to admire complexity but reward simplicity.” — Ben Huh K.I.S.S – Keep It Simple, Stupid. It’s a harsh and curt acronym, but at the same time, it’s elegant in both its candor and its simplicity. … Continue reading

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Do What You Love? Maybe Not.

Many years ago, I was told by a successful musician (who was paraphrasing, of course), “Do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.” I took those words as gospel and tried very hard to turn … Continue reading

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The Role of Marketing Analytics in Small Business

With record expenditures in the area of Analytics occurring, and a steep rise predicted over the coming years, “Analytics” has been officially indoctrinated into the “Hall of C-Level Buzzwords.” Like most buzzwords, there is always some confusion over the actual … Continue reading

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Tough Times

Sometimes, a picture truly is worth a thousand words…

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Big Data?

There is quite a bit of buzz lately about “Big Data” and what it means to business.  I recently saw an infographic showing how in the past 2 years, more information has been collected and stored than in all prior … Continue reading

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It’s About People

The title is pretty much a self-evident statement, which can be applied almost universally to anything that involves human beings. Humans, after all, are the center of everything they do. This is neither accusatory nor pejorative. It’s simply an observation, … Continue reading

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