Monthly Archives: July 2011

Learn From the Demise of Borders Bookstores

“But there is no doubt — as I have written many times in recent months – that the book business is in a period of change so dynamic that any outcome is possible, from an era of exciting expansion to … Continue reading

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Why Strategic Planning?

“Strategic planning” is commonly used terminology to describe a myriad of methods used by organizations to determine their focus, direction and measures of success. Processes used and time invested in planning ranges from one day “retreats” to endless meetings that … Continue reading

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You’re a STAR! The Fool-Proof Method of Proving Your Skills

Today we continue the series on using your Skills Language. So far, we have determined the critical importance of describing your skills and the Three Basic Types of Skills.  Today, we explain how to prove your Skills Language to others, which … Continue reading

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