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Bookshelf: Where Have All The Leaders Gone?

One the same trip back from Hartford, I picked up Where Have All The Leaders Gone (Lee Iaococa) and it rocked me in the same way Team Of Rivals did (Doris Kearns Goodwin). One the heals of my last post on Drucker, Iaococa practically reaches out of the pages, takes you by the collar and [...]

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To Launch or Not to Launch

I have been working steadily towards launching my clothing line and now that I am at the point where I can really get the ball rolling I am hesitating a bit. The economic climate is such that it is not necessarily conducive to launching a new product. Other SUN bloggers have been saying that buyers [...]

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Book Shelf: Peter Drucker’s Managing Oneself

So I was on a return flight from West Hartford coming back from a family event and wondering the Hartford terminal for something to read. I came across the Harvard Business Classics series–clever way for them to make even more money… Managing Oneself got my attention.  Every line read like the sage advice you wish you [...]

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What’s Your Excuse? Do it Now!

I just returned from a visit to Detroit. My Aunt Margaret died unexpectedly, and I wanted to pay my respects to this wonderful woman who touched the lives of everyone she met. It just goes to show you that things can happen when you least expect it…whether you are ready or not. With this in [...]

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5 More Refreshing Approaches for Your Email Newsletters

 Last week I briefly discussed five ways you can refresh your newsletters using several different style approaches. Today, I will provide you with a few more ways you can improve your email newsletters. Benchmarking and Statistics —Customers and prospects are eager to hear how your company is performing. Providing benchmarking information and industry statistics will [...]

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