Posts Tagged“business”

Does your would-be commercial landlord seem untrustworthy to you? Perhaps they seem too eager to please, or in a rush to sign the papers. Maybe they’re being vague about something. Maybe you simply feel like they’re misrepresenting the space. To ensure you’re getting a fair shake, we have decoded some of the things that an untrustworthy landlord may say, and we will let you know what they’re actually saying. “If You Hire An Agent, I Will Have To Add Their Commission To Your Rent” This appears to be in your best interest. This building owner wants to offer you the…

Life is an endless learning process. In almost everything we do, there is something that can be learned. As we age, the more circumstances we encounter, the more learned we become. Those who have been through more experiences are more learned and are often deemed to be wiser. It would even seem at times that success is not defined by the profit of the endeavor but more of the lessons learned while pushing through. Although, in business it slightly contradicts the idea. It cannot be more on the lessons since the inefficient implementation of a certain business plan would likely…

How much success would you say your small business is having these days? If you are not where you want to be at with your business, it may well be time for a thorough review of your operations. For many small business owners, the biggest roadblock in their road to success is money. From not having enough to not spending what they have wisely, too many folks are dropping the ball. So, if finances are crimping your business success, what will you do to get ahead? Is it Time You Got Some Financial Help? When money is standing in the…

Every account executive, in a corner office with a prime parking spot, starts somewhere. And in many sales departments, that starting place is as a sales development representative (SDR). It might not be as glamorous as those salespeople in the movies, but moving leads through the pipeline is an integral part of a great sales team. Think of it like carrying the baton to the anchor runner: your dedication, speed and hard work mean that the whole team can carry the lead across the sales finish line. But what exactly does that dedication, speed and hard work entail? In this…

In running your law firm, the goal is to be busy and winning as many cases as possible. That being the case, are you getting enough business coming through your doors? If not, can you pinpoint a reason or two for the slowness in clients? One reason you may be struggling to some degree is you are not making the case to get enough business sent your way. With this in mind, how can you turn things around? Are You Failing to Properly Market Your Brand? One main reason your firm could be behind the competition is failure to market…