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In the Climb

In the Climb

As we get ready to round out the year, a Google search of the positives in 2020 might be very encouraging.

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Right Out of the Ballpark

Right Out of the Ballpark

It’s the top of the ninth, tied for 1 with a two-strike count against you. What a year!

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Quarantine Motivation

Quarantine Motivation

Feeling stuck? Unmotivated? Quarantine has you in a mental slump? Sources say that after the global pandemic of the coronavirus, people are struggling to stay mentally sane.

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Change Means Growth Opportunities

Change Means Growth Opportunities

Change is important in any organization, it allows entrepreneurs to learn new skills, explore new opportunities and exercise their creativity in ways that ultimately benefit the organization.

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Work from Home

Work from Home

One of the great characteristics of being an entrepreneur is the quick adaptability to change. The coronavirus has forced millions of employees to work from home for the first time.

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Business Plan

Business Plan

Business planning improves your chances for triumph. Most people don't plan, but if you do it will help you to market your business faster.

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Characteristics of an Entrepreneur

Characteristics of an Entrepreneur

Building connections and networking are two initiatives that entrepreneurs must actively implement in their routine.

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Breaking the Bubble

Breaking the Bubble

In the vast industry that Direct Sales resides in, it is easy to become robotic in your sales pitch approach. After receiving ‘no after no’ you may be left feeling as if you are not reaching your sales goal for the month.

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How to Get Unstuck and Build Momentum

How to Get Unstuck and Build Momentum

The end of the year is approaching, which means most of us are looking at our new year resolution list that we created in the first quarter of the year.

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Accountability

Accountability

Studies show that entrepreneurs are positively impacted by personal growth; and most who start up as amateurs often fail because they lack the personal growth necessary for proper business development.

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