Archive | March, 2008

Supermarket Lessons – Self Checkout Reminder

Another reminder that you can learn something almost anyplace, as long as you’re paying attention.

Tonight while at the grocery store I witnessed a great example of this. A gentleman was at one of those new-fangled self checkout booths, and …

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My Boring Blog, and Why it Matters to YOU!

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about this blog.

My conclusion is that it’s boring. No, it’s not that the information isn’t great, it’s that there’s little or no personal connection. Even though it typically takes a couple of hours …

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Introduce Yourself Anywhere and Prepare for Surprising Results

On Friday night at the Matchbox Twenty, Alanis Morissette concert here in Reno, I was reminded that you can network virtually anyplace.

At this show, I met a successful online entrepreneur from the Sacramento area. Sacramento is about 2 hours …

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Expectations and Measurable Results

Set specific, measurable expectations before proceeding.

It’s a simple concept. It’s easy to follow. So, why this post?

Because it’s exceedingly rare in practice. Oh… and it could mean the difference between success and failure.

People tend to follow the …

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Are Your Google Search Results Tainted?

I’ve been wondering about this for a while, and finally decided to try a few things.

If you have a web site, and are working at ranking well for a certain keyword, you may not know what page you really

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