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Memo to Candidates, Voters and Media: Think CandidateVerification

For a transparent political process to benefit America –candidates, voters and the news media should investigate a nonprofit – CandidateVerification. The Seattle-area nonprofit – a nonpartisan organization – invites all candidates to participate in a free background check.






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Academic Study: Rich Pay More than Their Share in Taxes

Despite what socialist Bernie Sanders (D-VT) and other liberals claim, an academic study reveals economic inequality is very small. The 2016 study by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) reveals the current tax code is highly progressive. It’s entitled, “U.S.... [Read more...]

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5 Pointers to Successfully Fight Flu Season at Work

Your productivity and operations are susceptible in the wintertime. That’s generally when influenza season occurs. But the timing can fluctuate, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Since the winter of 1982-1983, flu has been most problematic... [Read more...]

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Having Trouble Breaking through the Glass Ceiling? 5 Tips

If you’re having trouble breaking through the glass ceiling, you probably need a change in strategies. Realize you’re not alone in trying to overcome challenges in getting a promotion or a better job. If it were so easy, then every woman would do it. There can be several... [Read more...]

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Tips for a Timely but Timeless News Media Site, Blog

Do you want your news media site or blog content to be both timely and timeless? Yes, it’s a tough goal to accomplish, but it’s possible especially if you want to own your niche on the Internet. That’s my experience here on this portal as a Seattle business consultant... [Read more...]

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8 Financial Vows for a Young Couple’s Successful Marriage

Young people have starry eyes when they plan to marry. Certainly, they look forward to a lifelong bliss together. Unfortunately, about half of first marriages end in divorce. For subsequent marriages, the divorce rate is even higher, according to the American Psychological... [Read more...]

Planning

Tips for a Timely but Timeless News Media Site, Blog

Do you want your news media site or blog content to be both timely and timeless? Yes, it’s a tough goal to accomplish, but it’s possible especially if you want to own your niche on the Internet.











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Marketing / Sales

Consultants: New Sales Opportunities, Clues on Branding

Money-making opportunities for consultants and freelancers abound in American associations – business, technology, healthcare and science. This is true elsewhere in the public and private sectors.











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Wall Street

Data Warns Investors: Look for Firms Strong in HR Training

Investors beware: Investment outcomes – such as return on equity, return on investment and profit margins – are much bigger with most companies that have solid human resources and training policies.











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Operations

5 Pointers to Successfully Fight Flu Season at Work

Flu as well as cold seasons can obviously have an adverse effect on your business operations. Your exposure is enormous – not only from your employees but from their families and your customers.











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Finance

Academic Study: Rich Pay More than Their Share in Taxes

The 2016 study by the National Center for Policy Analysis reveals the current tax code is highly progressive. It’s entitled, “U.S. Inequality, Fiscal Progressivity, and Work Disincentives: An Intragenerational Accounting.”











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Human Resources

5 Quick Management Tips to Motivate Your Employees

A major quandary for managers is to bring out the best in their employees. Every manager wants to do it, but it’s not always easy. What’s the reason? Usually, it’s because employees are disengaged – disconnected from their managers and companies. Here’s how to fix it.











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Tech

Financial Management – 6 Keys for Best ROI on IT Projects

In financial planning, there six steps you can take to solve the mystery surrounding information technology projects – how to assess and prioritize for an excellent return on your investment.











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Public Policy

Memo to Candidates, Voters and Media: Think CandidateVerification

For a transparent political process to benefit America –candidates, voters and the news media should investigate a nonprofit – CandidateVerification. The Seattle-area nonprofit – a nonpartisan organization – invites all candidates to participate in a free background check.











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Seattle business consultant Terry Corbell provides high-performance management services and strategies.