Tools for the ‘Sucstressed’ by Roxie Hickman
... That's the word I came up with as I was trying to find just the right words to describe my ideal client. Who are the ‘sucstressed’? They are successful business owners that are working solo. It's a term, I think, that describes many small/home office business owners, micro business owners as well as professionals that are constantly on the go. When you are busy with your business, it can be daunting to stay on top of all the details…it’s daunting to even think about the details.
I've Turned Into A... by Beverly Mahone
... I’m not ashamed to say I used my fingers to do math problems sometimes. That may be because we didn’t have calculators, but we did have the Abacus. Remember that, baby boomer buddies? Reading was fundamental back then but we did it by reading the ENTIRE booknot using cliff notes. I’ll never forget the time my 9th grade English teacher made us read “Moby Dick” as an assignment. I thought she must have been insane! But, in hindsight, I can now say I’m proud to have read one of the classics ...
History of the Computer - Computers and Technology by Michael Cooper
... Mainframe computers were extremely large sized modules and had the capabilities of processing and storing massive amounts of data in the form of numbers and words. Mainframes were the first types of computers developed in the 1940's. Users of these types of computers ranged from banking firms, large corporations and government agencies. They usually were very expensive in cost but designed to last at least five to ten years. They also required well educated and experienced manpower to be ...
Weight Loss One Step at a Time by Kory Doszpoly
... In other words, I was faced with developing a diet plan that:Required me to make the least amount of the change in my life but was still effective,Whatever changes I was going to make, they had to occur little by little to help me form a habit of losing weight and keeping it off. One thing all schools of thought seemed to agree on (once you’ve managed to read between the lines) was that if you are taking in more than you are getting rid of you are likely to gain weight.
Increasing Brain Power by Tim Bryce
... If we are sick or in distress (perhaps due to the death of a loved one, a pending divorce, financial problems, etc.), it is difficult to focus on our work. The manager should monitor worker mental/physical health and take corrective action. For example, if someone is sick, get them to a doctor so they can begin to mend and become productive again. Further, the last thing you need is for someone to infect the rest of your workers with a contagious disease (e.g., colds, flu, etc.).
Marketing for Business Leaders: Three Steps to Increase Marketing Effectiveness by Susan Tatum
... One of the easiest and most effective places to start with is to develop a common definition of the word "lead". If you gathered your sales and marketing teams together and ask everyone for their definition, you'll likely find the sales team has a very different view than your marketing team. (Don't be surprised if you get different answers within the sales and marketing staffs as well.) Now work together to establish a common definition. Use this definition to guide marketing in developing ...
Coaching Every Play! by Jeffrey Summers
... That they can perform on their own because “…they know what to do!” Hoping that just because you let a player slack off due to his “personal problems” and then hoping he gets his act together doesn’t cut it either. You must deal with “C” & “D” players immediately in order to raise the talent level of your bench strength as well as keep those “A” & “B” players. Rewarding everyone the same falls into this category as well. Rewards need to be tied to performance – period!