5 Steps to Creating a Profitable Niche for Your Small Business

February 5, 2010 5:49 am0 comments

Niche opportunities is often the best approach for a small business. Success is easier to attain if the small business focuses on a specific and smaller area of its target market, discover 5 strategies to help you find your niche.

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Seven Strategies for Sales Success

January 29, 2010 9:58 pm1 comment

Two common questions that I hear all the time, what do I need to learn to succeed in sales and what do I need to do to succeed sales? Here are a few strategies of sale success. Succeeding in sales is a learnable skill. Being poor in sales is a […]

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Time Management real or a hoax? Why Time Management doesn’t Work

January 14, 2010 7:50 pm0 comments

Hey guys, Bert Martinez here. Time management tools are really useful, right? Or are they? They show you how to organize your things. The problem is, that these systems are only as good as you FEEL. I’ve always said how you feel is more important than what you. How you […]

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Boosting Holiday Sales – 5 Mistakes to Avoid

December 24, 2009 2:12 pm5 comments

The new holiday season has arrived, and you still don’t have a marketing plan to reach out to new or existing customers. Wondering why the same holidays seem to sneak up on us every single year? As we try to prepare ourselves for own family, shopping, gift giving and travel, […]

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Want to Increase Your Sales? Target Your Ideal Client

October 31, 2009 11:53 am1 comment

When it comes to increasing your sales, there is a basic principle that you must remember: Your prospects buy the Benefits to fill specific needs or wants. Your job as a business owner is to know, understand and deliver the benefits they’re looking for, which will differ depending on the […]

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How to ‘Couch Surf’ and Sleep Around for Free

October 4, 2009 10:10 am2 comments

Fox News|By Paul Eisenberg -Thursday, October 01, 2009 “I would never in a million years pay what you pay in New York City rent,” my houseguest said. This statement was uttered a few years ago by a friend of a friend of a friend who had just regained consciousness on […]

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10.5 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Starting A Business

July 8, 2009 6:32 am1 comment

The following list is derived from my experience. Based on my actions and results I retired from corporate America at the age of 28. Filed bankruptcy at 30. I’ve been involved in several successful businesses and many unsuccessful ones too. #1 – Never let your expenses exceed your sales. Yeah, […]

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Turnaround Professional

January 18, 2008 9:04 am0 comments

Advantages of a Turnaround Professional A turnaround specialist enters a company with a fresh eye and complete objectivity. This professional can spot problems that may not be visible to company insiders and implement solutions. Turnaround managers has 1 agenda your company’s well being. Since we have no political agenda or […]

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Symptoms of a Troubled Business

January 17, 2008 9:12 am0 comments

Executives who encounter corporate distress often go through the same emotional stages as dying people: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and finally acceptance. The last stage is when most corporations hire turnaround professionals, unless they are forced to do so earlier by a lender, equity sponsor, or bankruptcy court. Corporate managers […]

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