Friday 5 for the Week of February 16th, 2015


This week’s Friday 5 is hotter than your wife’s laser-beam glare on the back of your neck after you forgot about Valentine’s Day.

Agree? Share the post with the hashtag #Friday5. Then will you pass us some blankets? It’s cold in the dog house.

Business Mentoring Show: The Importance of Listening to Feedback

with: Fran Tarkenton and Jim Flannery

It’s easier than ever to build a product today. From tangible “stuff” to software to internet companies, it’s possible to build a product in a day. But should you?… Watch episode

3 Business Myths That Prevent Your Success

by: Fran Tarkenton

Despite what the experts say, I’ve learned from hard experience that these 3 business success principles are nothing more than myths. They may even be what’s holding you back from true success… 5 minute read


Website Design Boot Camp Part 4: Site Content

by: Ed Fox

If you’ve read parts 1-3 of our Website Design Boot Camp, you understand all the functions you want your website to serve, and you’ve got the general design down. But what about the actual content? What words can you put on a website to create dollars?7 minute read

Make Customer Service Best Practices Your Standard Practice

by: Shep Hyken

I am no stranger to travel … airports, hotels and the like are all in a day’s work. On a recent occasion, though, the best practices of one employee stood out so much that I wrote this post and sent it to him to share with his boss. Here’s the story… 3 minute read

When I Was “Live From New York”

by: Fran Tarkenton

Like many of you, I really enjoyed the 40th Anniversary Special for Saturday Night Live this weekend. It took me back to when I hosted the show in 1977 with the funniest performers on the planet… Watch the opening


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