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First Things First, Business Owners

A lot of people in business have a sort of disease. It’s sometimes called “putting the cart before the horse” or simply “procrastinating.” But let’s get one thing straight: just because you have customers and ideas doesn’t mean you have a business. Sure, you might even be making money. But if you don’t have a […]

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Wed, October 26 2016 » Leadership » No Comments

The Three Kinds of Conservatism

I visit a lot of businesses around central Indiana, and I come across a lot of people who are “conservative.” That word, however, has a variety of meanings. It’s about time we cleared the air on this one.

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Tue, October 27 2015 » Corporate Culture, Leadership » No Comments

Five Tips for Business Presence

Whether you’re going in for a job interview, a big presentation, or just a regular day at the office, the way you carry yourself will have a huge impact on your career. Here are five tips for improving your business presence, which will in turn advance your career and improve your life.

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Tue, August 11 2015 » Career Planning and Goal Setting, Leadership » No Comments

Internal vs External Candidates: Benefits to Both

If you’re looking to get a new job here in Central Indiana, you’re either applying for a position within your current employer, or looking at a different company entirely. In either case, you need to sell the benefit of being an internal candidate versus being an external candidate, or vice-versa. Here’s how. © Flickr User […]

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Tue, March 17 2015 » Corporate Culture, Leadership » No Comments

The Danger of Traditional Thinking

I recently visited a small logistics firm here in Indianapolis. Like just about every trucking company, they had a solid, traditional-sounding name, operated out of a nondescript building, and were located in an industrial part of town. Are there good reasons for these choices?

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Tue, January 20 2015 » Change Managment and Learning Organization, Corporate Culture, Leadership » No Comments

Generations at Work Should Work Together

Throughout my young adult life, I have often found myself facing one professional predicament over and over again- people always mistake me for being years younger than I am. Though it is true that I am not the oldest or most tenured of my coworkers, I am also not the youngest. I fall into a […]

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Tue, January 6 2015 » Corporate Culture, Leadership, Self Development » No Comments