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10 tips that separate the invaluable star professional from the mediocre employer

It’s the little things that matter…

1.)  Develop good happy habits to do your work thoroughly, accurately and efficiently.

Always proof work – there is no exception to this rule. 934 more words

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Trust beyond the 'benefit of the doubt'

Trust is an interesting concept. Think about it. When we meet someone new,  a new team member or a new leader, our level of trust starts with  ‘the benefit of the doubt’. 185 more words

Nurturing Growth

How To Be a Successful Sales MANAGER

Must-have Traits and Skills for Successful Sales Managers

Selling is a challenging career where only a few do very well – to master this you have to be able to master skills in a number of contrasting and complex areas. 509 more words

Self-Driven People Make Good Leaders

I’ve often found that self-driven people make good leaders. After all, they usually are harder on themselves than anyone else could ever be, which drives them towards success. 649 more words


Supervising and Surviving Virtual Teams

As a manager, how can I supervise employees at remote locations—particularly when I never see them?

If I work remotely, how do I make sure I stay on my supervisor’s radar for promotional opportunities? 517 more words


Thought of the day - Enthusiasm is the electricity of life. How do you get it?

“Enthusiasm is the electricity of life. How do you get it? You act enthusiastic until you make it a habit. Enthusiasm is natural; it is being alive, taking the initiative, seeing the importance of what you do, giving it dignity and making what you do important to yourself and to others.”—Gordon Parks

Accounting Software

Do you like searching for Pokemon or for Fraud?

Do you like searching for Pokemon?  How could that translate to your future career?  Would you like to search for fraud?  Great internal controls help to eradicate fraud, each business owner needs to develop their internal controls in a manner that stays on the look out for the points of the famous “fraud triangle”. 106 more words