Educate Your Customers

Did you know that educating customers is one of the most effective marketing methods? Marketing is an essential element of your business, and you have to do it better than your competition. Every dollar must be spent efficiently and productively, working to create a powerful marketing strategy. You need to try every available marketing approach […]

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To Win, You Have to Know How to Lose

A paradox: I think one of the best signs that someone has a good chance to be successful is when they know how to deal with failing. I learned more from losing than I ever did from winning, and my greatest successes have all come about because of the things I learned from things that […]

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Watch Out! Common Payroll Errors

Avoiding payroll errors is important for protecting your business, and properly taking care of your employees. The ADP Blog Team recently worked out five common payroll errors, and steps you can take to avoid them, including proper employee classification, overtime calculation, training hours, and required functions. Read the full article at http://bit.ly/2slJRvx TWO MONTHS FREE: Term […]

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Friday 5 for June 9th, 2017

GSB TV: Follow These Maxims for Business Success With: Fran Tarkenton and Matt Tarkenton What are the fundamental principles you follow that guide you in your life and in your business? In this session of GSB TV, Matt Tarkenton and Fran Tarkenton talk about some of the… Watch session Are You Multiplying Your Team’s Success […]

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GSB TV: Follow These Maxims for Business Success

What are the fundamental principles you follow that guide you in your life and in your business? In this session of GSB TV, Matt Tarkenton and Fran Tarkenton talk about some of the guiding principles that Fran has developed over 77 years, including more than 50 years in business. Following these principles are key to […]

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Are You Multiplying Your Team’s Success or Diminishing It?

Adapted from One More Customer by Fran Tarkenton and Scott Miller As you add to your team, whether with permanent or temporary members, hopefully you’ll add complementary talent to your own: individuals who share your values and work ethic, but add dimension to your company’s abilities. You don’t need eleven quarterbacks to make a winning team; diversity […]

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