Tips

How do you force yourself to do what you know you have to do, even if you find yourself not able to do it? To borrow the shoe company slogan, 'Just Do It.'
Liz Ryan says success should be measured largely by intangibles, not by income.
It's not a good trait to have—being bad with names—but here are some tips to rid yourself of that problem.
There's no do-overs in life. Keith Rosen makes a strong case for putting maximum effort into everything you do.
Take a methodical approach the next time you have a big decision looming. Make sure the risks you take don't fall into reckless territory.
When you're feeling buried, keep a cool head and follow these steps to pull yourself out of the hole.
No, the customer isn't always right. Part of good customer service is empowering your employees to be treated with dignity.
Simple things—asking a lot of questions, really listening to the answers—will go a long way in helping you make more sales, Brian Tracy says.
As a business owner you're going to run into rejection. It's how you deal with it that matters.
The lesson is you don't have to be right every time to get it right in the end every time.

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