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25 phrases to guide you to greatness in public speaking

25 cardinal phrases to power your public speaking skills!

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Knowing How to Articulate Your Business Ideas And Goals.

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The 5 Types of Landlords Businesses Will Encounter

The 5 Types of Landlords Businesses Will Encounter | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it
Working efficiently with each kind of owner requires a basic understanding of their preferences and priorities.
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3 Steps to Creating Customer Loyalty Programs that Stick

3 Steps to Creating Customer Loyalty Programs that Stick | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it
In the race to win loyal customers, you should give them a head start.
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Set Sail As A High-Seas Solopreneur

Set Sail As A High-Seas Solopreneur | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it
Does the current U.S. election cycle have you eyeing your options abroad? Here's how to be your own boss on the open ocean.
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How Netflix's Former Chief Talent Officer Shapes Company Culture

How Netflix's Former Chief Talent Officer Shapes Company Culture | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it
Silicon Valley human resources veteran Patty McCord helps businesses build influence.
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Turner Targets Millennial Women With This Investment

Turner Targets Millennial Women With This Investment | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it
Turner Networks is part of a $45 million funding round by lifestyle site Refinery29. The hope is to attract millennial women.
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Challenges of Getting a Product Made in the U.S.A.

Challenges of Getting a Product Made in the U.S.A. | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it
Pad & Quill, a seller of cases for iPhones and other devices, has spent years finding suppliers to keep its products largely American made.
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SoulCycle Wants You To Join Its Tribe

SoulCycle Wants You To Join Its Tribe | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it
SoulCycle's high-energy, candlelit, spiritual workouts have grown into a national phenomenon. What would you pay to feel part of it?
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These Habits Create Moments Of Inspiration For Designers

These Habits Create Moments Of Inspiration For Designers | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it
Milton Glaser, designer of the iconic "I Love New York" logo, shares his creative process.
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The 15 Best U.S. Cities for Entrepreneurs to Live and Launch

The 15 Best U.S. Cities for Entrepreneurs to Live and Launch | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it
Here are the best places to live and launch in America.
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Standing Out Offline: 15 Ways to Use Tech in Trade Shows

Standing Out Offline: 15 Ways to Use Tech in Trade Shows | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it


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You've used every strategy in the book. You've created awesome content, promoted on social media [..]
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Why Choosing a Business Niche with Existing Competition is a Good Thing - Matthew Paulson

Why Choosing a Business Niche with Existing Competition is a Good Thing - Matthew Paulson | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it
Below, you will find an unedited excerpt from my new book about building Internet-based businesses, Online Business from Scratch. To receive updates about the book, visit www.fromscratchbook.com As you begin to evaluate different niches, you will immediately notice that there are already people creating content and selling products and services in just about every market …
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How to Stay in Control of Your Meetings — Both Sides of the Table

How to Stay in Control of Your Meetings — Both Sides of the Table | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it
Meetings.
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7 Essential Productivity Apps for Entrepreneurs to Keep You Focused on What Really Matters

7 Essential Productivity Apps for Entrepreneurs to Keep You Focused on What Really Matters | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it
For our businesses to flourish, we have to stay focused on the right things. Productivity apps can help, only when they make you efficient AND effective.
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How Small Companies Can Attract Talent From Google, Apple, and Facebook

How Small Companies Can Attract Talent From Google, Apple, and Facebook | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it
Hiring from high-profile brands can raise your company's profile and make it easier to attract top talent in the future. Here's how.
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Can a Side Project Fund Your Big Idea? (FS175)

Can a Side Project Fund Your Big Idea? (FS175) | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it
Some business ideas can be thought up and launched in a single afternoon. Others, however, require a ton of time and effort to get off the ground. So, imag
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Why Customer Retention is the New Acquisition

Why Customer Retention is the New Acquisition | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it
Joseph Jaffe, the CEO of Evol8tion, was a recent guest on B2B Nation: Smarketing. Jaffe explains why businesses should focus on retention over acquisition.
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8 Signs an Employee Should Be Fired (Which Never Appear on Performance Evaluations)

8 Signs an Employee Should Be Fired (Which Never Appear on Performance Evaluations) | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it
Many are mediocre. Some are bad. And some are absolutely toxic. Here's how to tell.
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The Art of Thinking Big (FS174)

The Art of Thinking Big (FS174) | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it
We probably all have one of those friends in our lives who thinks too big. Or those who once thought too big. Maybe now they’re angry at the world, jaded,
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20 Elements That Impact Link Value

20 Elements That Impact Link Value | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it
Link value can be hard to figure out since there are so many factors involved but these twenty should make some basic priorities clear.
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Lessons Learned From a Massive Kickstarter Failure

Lessons Learned From a Massive Kickstarter Failure | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it
Studio Neat are a duo of product makers out of Austin, Texas. They make simple, well designed products for everyday life… mostly for geeks. They had severa
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5 Hacks for a Productive New Business

5 Hacks for a Productive New Business | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it
96 percent of new businesses are said to fail within the first 10 years, yet there doesn't appear to be a decline in the number of new businesses being set up.
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Be Known for Not Skimping on Customer Service

Be Known for Not Skimping on Customer Service | Smart Business Development | Scoop.it
Overseas' call centers are cheap. Replacing disappointed customers is expensive
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