Job Hunters: Why The Mirroring Thing Won’t Work

Many jobseekers are panicking to find ways to get a job. Unfortunately, that includes using a technique to mirror the demeanor of interviewers.

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Google’s Quest to Increase Page Speeds but Offer Expires

Important: If you took advantage of Google’s offer to accelerate your download speed, here’s what you must do. See Google’s Turndown Information for PageSpeed Service.

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20 High-Performance Lessons (from a Sports Legend)

Humor me, as I recall a great sports metaphor for business — the storied career of a legendary baseball player who used fear as a great motivator.

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Internet Sales Tax – Why Not Do The Right Thing?

An Internet sales tax is a question of fairness. In the final analysis, an Internet sales tax is the right thing to do.

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More Focus on Critical Thinking in Business Schools

We are getting so jaded by negative business headlines prompted by greed and dysfunction, it was refreshing to read a positive story. One such article caught my eye. It tells the story of how dynamic changes in the global economy are prompting a new approach in management education.

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15 HR Strategies to Improve Your Business Performance

Studies continue to show many employees are dissatisfied in their workplaces. To improve your business performance, here are 15 HR strategies.

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The Key to Internet Dominance: Think Integration

Whether you’re a new or established business, it wasn’t that long ago that a strong Internet presence meant having a great Web site with a top ranking. Partially, that’s still true but the competitive marketplace continues to rapidly change daily, which means the No. 1 objective should be a vibrant, integrated presence. That is, unless you’re in a very narrow niche, what matters most is your total Web image – your Web site is merely an important secondary consideration.

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Do You Have A Toxic Relationship With Your Boss?

This may be the 21st century with a cornucopia of management textbooks for bosses, but a significant number of employees still complain about their supervisors lacking in professionalism.

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Groupon Will Give You a Migraine for Ignoring Pricing Principles

Whether you’re an investor, small-business advertiser or even a customer, daily deal sites can give you a major headache. Continually, there are red flags about Groupon.

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Do We Really Honor the Declaration of Independence?

The fourth of July is, of course, a national U.S. holiday that commemorates the adoption of our unique Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. But the principles of freedom are sadly abused.

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