How To Set Long-Term Goals in Business

Your ability to set long-term goals and constantly be thinking about the future of your business has an inordinate impact on the success and profitability of your enterprise.

All top executives are long-term thinkers.

They project forward five years and they think about where they want to be and what they will have to be doing at that time in order to achieve their long-term goals. They are constantly asking themselves how to set goals and better their strategic planning process to further their business success…. Read more

Save Time When Dealing with Others

Your interactions with others consume as much time, if not more, than any other part of your day and if done wrong, can it be a huge time waster. Even technical workers spend up to 75 percent of their time communicating with coworkers. You can greatly increase the efficiency of your interactions by improving the quality of your communications…. Read more

3 Qualities of the Most Effective Leaders

If you aspire to become an inspirational and effective leader, you must develop continuously work on yourself and improve your management skills. No one starts off as an effective leader, but you can aspire to improve your skills by learning what leaders do, and how they think and feel, and then by copying them until you become one yourself. I’ll discuss with you some qualities of successful leaders you can focus on to strengthen your leadership skills…. Read more

6 Simple Steps in Real Estate Investing

If you sincerely desire to enter the real estate field, to purchase property as your investment, there are many ways that you can do it. Perhaps the simplest way of all, and the starting point of many real estate fortunes, is called the “Buy’em, Fix’em Method.” This refers to the strategy of buying properties needing work and fixing them up to increase their value…. Read more

Time Management Techniques for Salespeople

In 1928, the magazine Sales and Marketing Management surveyed American Businesses to determine how efficiently salespeople were using their time. They discovered that the average salesperson in America was only working 20 percent of the time, approximately one and one-half hours per day. This finding caused bells to go off throughout the sales industry. The idea that salespeople were only working ninety minutes per day became the emphasis for improved training, better time management skills, better supervision, and better control of the activities of salespeople…. Read more

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