Communication – You Can Train Yourself to Stop Stressing

Feeling pressure is one thing but allowing it to morph into stress and tension means you’re giving away your power, which inhibits your performance.

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Tips to Prevent a Robbery, What to Do If You Are Robbed

As a business owner, you don’t like to think about the frightening prospect of being robbed. But you must take precautions with these tips.

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Are Startups Facing a Series A Funding Crunch?

The headlines about Series A funding for startups can be confusing. Do startups have a funding crisis or not? Here are the answers.

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Washington Taxpayers Lose Economic Freedoms under Ruling Class, Inslee

May 28, 2013 – Washington state’s ruling class was at it again in March 2013. After less than four months in office, Gov. Jay Inslee has already violated a major campaign promise he made on taxes to get elected in 2012. “After a year of pledging that higher taxes won’t be needed to fix Washington’s budget woes, […]

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Tips to Prevent Hacking of Your Bluetooth

Bluetooth technology, of course, allows you freedom when talking on your cell phone. But you could lose some of this freedom from “bluebugging.”

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Marketing – Insights for Attracting Millennial Customers

Marketers from fast food to cars are struggling to understand an important demographic – 59 million young adults, aged 23 to 36, according to a published report. Other observers believe there are 80 million Millennials, but in a slightly narrower age group. Here’s how to attract them.

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For Profits, 10 German Business Etiquette Tips Apply in the U.S.

If you want to be taken seriously as a businessperson, professionalism and disciplined etiquette will differentiate you from others.

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Even Paul Ryan’s Budget Uses Wrong Map in ‘Path to Prosperity’

March 24, 2013-  Sadly, all the fiscal focus — to address the nation’s budget crisis — is between the proposals from Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) and Rep. Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.). Not to be facetious, but Ms. Murray’s proposal is based on the same old, tired ideas that caused the problems in the first place. It’s not […]

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Major Banks Are Too Big to Fail, But Not to Break Them Up

The time has come to break up the big banks. There are 5,000+ banks in the U.S. However, just a dozen of them dominate with 69 percent of the assets in the banking sector. America grew strong as the result of a free-market system. But the nation barely survived the Great Recession that was largely caused […]

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Europe’s Trends in Mobile, Online Video, Search and Web Usage

If you’re a digital marketer targeting Europe, you can get valuable insights about trends while possibly forecasting the future thanks to a study.

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