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Jul 27

Overcoming Customer Objections

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Every business will encounter objections, which are usually customers exercising their right to do or not to do business with us. These objections may be stated or unstated, and these concerns may be valid, invalid, or even irrational.

Jun 18

Giving Proper Praise Is Profitable

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Jun 18

When All The Choices Seem Bleak

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Mark was faced with difficult alternatives. The city had given notification that the street in front of his coffee shop would be closed for nine months as a new rail service was installed. Most of his customers were walk-ins, which meant his business would be virtually shut down for nine months!

Jun 06

Being Businesslike Without Becoming A Business

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Should churches be run like businesses? Not in every respect, but churches should certainly adopt a biblical and businesslike model for implementing successful ministry. To be effective, churches and the individual ministries within those churches, must establish a clear ministry vision, based on careful, insightful planning held together by a system of accountability.


Mar 27

Excessive Meddling in Employees Work

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Don was the Marketing Vice President of a large insurance agency. He insisted on reviewing every customer sales presentation and made extensive corrections. His pen scratching on every presentation became legendary within the company. No effort, regardless of how well done, escaped his attempt at improvement. While occasionally Don caught a significant error, most of the changes were minor, like changing the size of a heading, a slight word revision, or adjusting the format to his preference.