Posts Tagged ‘communication’

Accounting is More Than Theory

Some business owners think accounting is boring and they may be right, but then again maybe not. What does that mean? Read the rest of this entry »

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Communicate Regularly with Employees

If you’ve ever felt like as an employee you were in the dark to what was really going on, then as a manager or business owner this is for you. While there are of course businesses of only one person, once you begin to take on employees (even one) then the nature of how you operate changes, Read the rest of this entry »

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Keep Communications with Customers Open

Have you ever wondered why you lose customers when you thought the products you offered were exceptional as was your service? Maybe you’re not seeing, hearing or thinking the same thing as your customers. Read the rest of this entry »

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Clear Vision Produces Clear Communication

Imagine trying to explain something to someone when you don’t see it clearly yourself. Difficult as that would be we do it regularly in business. Read the rest of this entry »

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Three Ways to Overcome Business Chaos

Face it. Life in general involves a lot of chaos. The same is true in business as well as our personal lives. Key to managing chaos is recognizing the causes. Read the rest of this entry »

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Focus on Staying Current

You’ve probably heard that your stress level can by reduced by decluttering. Part of that decluttering involves getting current on activities. But after decluttering, then what?

Picture This

Most of us have the experience of having looked at a closest, garage, basement or desk that was cluttered. It can be Read the rest of this entry »

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Remote CFO

The term Virtual CFO is now heard fairly regularly. Is that an accurate description? Allow me explain.

What is Virtual?

Virtual is the appearance of being something though not actually what it appears to be. To understand this better, think of the term virtual reality. We hear that used in Read the rest of this entry »

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A Contrast in Customer Service

Think about some of the contrast in customer service you’ve experienced. You’ve probably had extremes from great to lousy. In the postings Customer Service-It Really Matters, Managing Customer Relationships, Is This Good for Customers?, and Listen to the Customer I touched on this, but here I want to present a picture of both good and bad experiences to help drive home the point that how you treat your customers really matters. Read the rest of this entry »

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Big Communication Problem

A recent conversation caused me to pause and think about a reason for much of the discord we experience in business. It is a big communication problem we’ve all experienced whether we realize it or not. Not only have we experienced it, we’ve been on both sides of it. What am I talking about? Simply put, Read the rest of this entry »

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Set the Record Straight

Ever had the feeling you needed to go back and straighten out something from the past? This may not seem like a business topic, but bear with me. It is a common experience we all have. Unfortunately many people simply will not act on this sense they need to set the record straight.

Some Explanation

First let me explain why I started by referring to a feeling. Generally I don’t like to hear people say things such as “I feel like” but rather prefer to hear them say “I think”. The reason is that Read the rest of this entry »

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