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Monthly Archives: November 2013
Can Entrepreneurship Be Taught? An Ode to Thanksgiving Huffington Post I just visited California, dubbed by Patrick Hanlon “The New State of Innovation.” I went to participate in the 11/25/13 social entrepreneurship forum, “The Future of Education…
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Whilst the chances of the average business owner becoming wildly successful and known worldwide are slim, the key skills utilised by such business legends, are learnable and can be applied by any business owner to improve their business results.
These skills are not ones that would readily come to mind, but knowing how wildly successful business people have applied them and to what effect, can provide inspiration and incentive to apply them to any business.
This excellent article, identifies six skills that are common to those who take their businesses to the top and beyond, and it provides six examples of business people who deployed these skills to great effect.
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Dale Carnegie was a successful and famous writer and lecturer on self-development who also developed popular courses to improve public speaking, interpersonal skills and salesmanship. He is the author of many well-received books including “How to Win Friends and Influence People”, “How to Stop Worrying and Start Living” and “Lincoln the Unknown”.
Dale Carnegie rose from a humble farm background in Missouri to become successful and renowned all over the world. He advised that you can change other people’s attitude and behavior towards you by reacting positively towards them. In this article, we look at six valuable lessons we can glean from Dale Carnegie’s life and body of work.
Dale Carnegie’s Keys To Success
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Washington Post Small Business Saturday Is Under Attack (From Small Businesses) New York Times (blog) In the three years since American Express inaugurated its Small Business Saturday campaign, the event has become something of an institution — at…
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