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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How Washington Fails in Filmmaking for Economic Development

Updated Feb. 4, 2012 Film-production workers, actors, and movie fans are suffering the same fate as many businesspeople in Washington state. They are sleepless in Seattle now that the Legislature has canceled its successful program of incentives for production studios in filmmaking. In 2009, this space congratulated the state for offering a 30-percent tax incentive. During […]

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