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Marketing 101

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The number one rule in marketing is not to “sell” your product or service, but to fulfill others’ needs. 352 more words


Answering the Hard Questions on the A.C.A.: Does the Employer Mandate Apply to Your Business? by ROBB MANDELBAUM

Robert Maynard Presents New York Times Business Section

The employer mandate was supposed to take effect at the beginning of this year. 18 more words

Robert Maynard Lifelock


is a powerful thing and we are too often disconnected from it, or at least I am. In hopes of tapping into my imagination and creativity, I’m going to practice the art of writing and re-imagining and re-defining the world surrounding me. 41 more words


Day Twenty Three

“If this were the only thing I accomplished today, would I be satisfied with my day?”

To Do Lists. It seems I’m pretty much able to do usually two things from my daily to do list.

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One Hundred Day Challenge

Why Silicon Valley must join the Ebola battle

Mark Zuckerberg recently announced a donation of $25 million to the Centers for Disease Control Foundation to help fight Ebola. He noted that the Ebola epidemic has infected 8,400 people so far and could infect one million people or more if not addressed immediately. 945 more words


Outsourcing Ideas

In some circles, outsourcing has become a dirty word. It can also be a hot-button issue for people who believe that it is harmful domestically. Often, those individuals consider only manufacturing and customer service industries when they object to the use of outsourcing. 462 more words

Mark Richards

In the Kitchen with R & B

Being an entrepreneur is sort of like being a baker. You have your ingredients ahead of you, and it is your job to organize those ingredients into something that tastes amazing. 165 more words

Business Partner