• Do you maintain business confidences?

    19 Jul 2019 | 12:00 am

    King Solomon wrote, "He who goes about as a talebearer reveals secrets" (Proverbs 11:13 NASB). We may have confidential information, such as future business plans, pricing, or that a colleague may be dismissed. Keeping your mouth shut is a key[…]

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Aug 26
2003

Environmental Laws Worsen Arizona Gas Shortage

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While the recent power blackout garnered headlines highlighting how fragile our energy distribution system can be, gasoline for autos was running out in Phoenix.

Aug 12
2003

Avoid Seeing a Judge

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Courtrooms are filed today with a huge backlog of cases, many of which involve a business. While you may not always be able to avoid being sued or dragged before a judge, you may want to explore alternatives. Using a set of ground rules, such as the following, will minimize your conflict:

Jul 10
2003

Playboy Hefner Signs to Sell Hamburgers, and more

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Hugh Hefner, founder of Playboy magazine, has become spokesman for some of the largest companies in America. He has done commercials for Walt Disney's ESPN Network, Tanqueray Gin, Jack Daniels Whiskey, and soon will be featured as a spokesman for Carl's Jr. Hamburgers restaurants.

Jul 10
2003

Treat Your Family Like Your Best Customer

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Business owners and leaders sometimes struggle to balance the needs of work and family. The demands of the job can seem overwhelming, but you can keep your priorities in balance if you will treat your family the same way you treat your best customer. At the end of the day-and from an eternal perspective-which is more important, a customer or your family?

Jul 10
2003

Make That Sale

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Every day, Wilma connected with customers and made sales, while Brad usually left the customers' office empty handed. Each sold the same product and each had a great prospect list, but the difference was in how Wilma was able to connect with each customer.  All salespeople need to understand this basic reality: you have a very short time to connect with your prospect.  Within this reality, there are several important principles to always remember: