Progress requires risk, yet sometimes the pain we know seems better than the pain we have yet to experience. So we just stay put. But there are a few key trapeze moments you need to embrace, and only one that will help you build a real business.
As Crown Worldwide celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, I am being asked the same question over and over again: What’s the secret to keeping a business alive that long? It’s not that easy to answer. To be honest, it’s a huge anniversary and one I never thought I’d see when I started the company in 1965.
I remember when we first opened, it was from a tiny office in Yokohama, Japan, with very little capital. The fact we have become an international global business of good size and strength is a real achievement for everyone at the company.
At least nine MLB clubs have hat-themed promotions scheduled for this season. Here some of the more interesting and original giveaways coming up this year.
The truth is that not everyone is going to be your client. As a business owner, it is important for you to understand which clients are appropriate for you and your business and which ones are not. You need to have the strength to divorce those who are not right for you.
Undoubtedly, saying “no” to clients before they even become clients, or divorcing them after they have become clients (if it works out that way) is never a comfortable, easy thing to do.
As a business owner, you do your best to stay on top of the sales game, right? Me too. But on Tuesday of last week, I wasn't even in the game. I'm here to confess: I made a sales blunder—one that I haven't made in years.
I received a call from a gentleman inquiring about one of my services, EFT Tapping. Unlike my business coaching services, I sell EFT sessions individually. Upon learning that the caller was an entrepreneur, I saw a greater opportunity for both of us and informed him that I am also a business coach.
Mohawk introduced new Mohawk Embedded Premium Polyester Cards optimized for HP Indigo printing at the DSCOOPX conference, held March 5 to 7 in Washington, D.C.
McDonald's has debuted its first-ever clothing line, which features an all-over print of its famous Big Mac. Items include thermals, boots, wallpaper and dog coats.
It's The Magnet Group versus Promo Marketing in this week's Video Battle!
Norwood by BIC Graphic, Clearwater, Fla., announced that its travel collection has expanded to more than 30 items.