11th Edition of the Carnival of Leadership Growth
Welcome to the July 15, 2007 edition of carnival of leadership growth.
Mike Harmon presents Bookkeeping Basics For Your Business posted at Basic Accounting, saying, “Many of small business owners would rather focus on making and selling their products than on keeping their books and records. However, bookkeeping is just as important as marketing and doing business.”
Matt Hanson presents Matt’s Creative Advertising Blog » Blog Archive » Four Color Printing – Spelling A Big Difference With Colors posted at Matt’s Creative Advertising Blog, saying, “The world is swathed with color. We filter these colors through our eyes and attempt to preserve them. Through four color printing, you can make good things last.”
Tom Stanley presents Before You Buy – How To Interview Franchisees To Get The Real Scoop posted at Tom’s Franchise Information Blog, saying, “The most honest and forthcoming franchiser can’t tell you what it’s like to be a franchisee. So, you should take the time to call existing franchisees and get some candid answers to your questions.”
Jason Rakowski presents Humor in Customer Service and How It Can Help Your Business posted at Learn Good Customer Service, saying, “Your job is to sell something, not put on a clown act. How does humor fit into customer service?”
Stacey Derbinshire presents Three Life Saving Tips For New Businesses posted at Starting a Small Home Business, saying, “While entrepreneurs that are starting their new business typically look for ways to save money on everything from office space to consulting services, there are some things that are worth the splurge and more often then not, can give you the competitive edge you need to succeed.”
Thomas Humes presents Cash Flow – Life Blood for Every Business posted at Wealth Building World, saying, “The purpose of this article is to familiarize business owners with a kind of financing that is unfamiliar to many people, Factoring. I will explain, in a simple yet comprehensive way, how to improve your companys cash flow.”
Craig Harper presents The Law of Attraction should be renamed The Law of Distraction posted at Renovate your life with Craig, saying, “I personally think the LOA should be re-named the Law of Distraction (as the title of my article suggests) as it (in my opinion) actually distracts people from change principles which actually work.”
Andreas Engvig presents Apes, Speedy Learners, and new Brain Fitness Channel posted at SharpBrains, saying, “Even apes can grow their skills…”
Ivan Rios presents The Art of Leading / 5 Steps to Successful Leading posted at artofleading.net.
Adam Pieniazek presents How Much Leadership Can $1 Buy? posted at Adam Pieniazek, saying, “A post about the leadership qualities of John Mackey, CEO of Whole Foods, and what makes him successful. The focus is on how John uses his charisma to motivate and set an example for his employees.”
wilson ng presents The Solution to the Problem posted at Reflections of a BizDrivenLife, saying, “Do you find yourself visiting and redebating the same issues during meetings? More often than not, it saves time and prevent confusion to put the right processes and documentation in place rather than a disorganized shooting of issues.”
Warren Wong presents How Much Money Is Integrity Worth? posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, “How much money is your integrity worth? Here’s why integrity is your most valuable commodity.”
FitBuff presents I Can’t Stand My Stand Up Desk! posted at FitBuff.com’s Total Mind and Body Fitness Blog, saying, “This article explains how using a Stand Up Desk can increase your productivity and presence at your job, plus tips on how to set one up to try out yourself.”
vivek khemka presents 10 THINGS FOR NEW PRINCIPALS TO THINK ABOUT posted at The Red Pencil, saying, “Article on how to manage your first leadership role. written for school principals, applicable across.”
Gustav S presents The creative power, it defines our species and make us stand out of the crowd posted at success-is-in-you.com, saying, “what is a leader without creativity… and spirit”
Alvaro Fernandez presents Working Memory Training from a pediatrician perspective, focused on attention deficits posted at SharpBrains, saying, “An interview with one of the pioneers of working memory training, a key skill for setting goals and executing them.”
Lori Prokop, Blog Manager presents Sales Training: How Not to Conduct a Sales Meeting posted at J Mark Walker – Sales Training, saying, “J Mark Walker reveals 6 tips on how to NOT conduct a sales meeting (or any meeting) and gives 3 tips on how to have great meetings.”
Sue Massey presents Leadership – Managing Time For Maximum Profit posted at Business Management Life, saying, “In this article I’ll tell you some ways to focus on what is important to maximize your profit in your business”
Chris Tackett presents Effective Direct Marketing posted at Direct Marketing News, saying, “I knew a guy that owned a vacant house once, and he always laughed at the amount of postcards he received every week. He said they all looked the same and he just threw them away.”
Eric Hudin presents More Links You Receive The Better The Page Rank posted at Everyday Marketing Ideas, saying, “Many sites link back and forth to each other simply because it makes good business sense to do so. Search engines still count reciprocal links but they are not valued as much as one way links.”
Chris Russell presents Turning Coal into Diamonds: A Case Study on Customer Complaint Tracking posted at Productivity Planner, saying, “In order to reach the goal of fully utilizing customer feedback, a more comprehensive system for managing customer complaints is needed.”
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