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Princess House: Cooking Up a Growing Opportunity

Perfect partnerships can produce premier results. Just ask anyone at Princess House®, where the corporate staff and the company’s consultants are a record-breaking team. Together the team has transformed the company. It will turn 50 in 2013, but its product-line evolution and passion for togetherness has generated the growth rate of a youngster. Since 2009—a difficult economic environment for most companies ...

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The Future of MLM is Now

Today we live in a world of huge economic uncertainty. So-called “secure careers” have left people without stable income and wondering where to turn. There are many people that are struggling, who are either in foreclosure on their home – or getting ready to face foreclosure – and relying on credit cards for every day purchases. Most of us have been told that getting a degree and working for someone else wa ...

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XANGO Reveals New Global Brand Logo, Launches Next-Era Wellness Products at Global Convention

Wellness category-creator takes lead in sustainable products – green chemistry, recyclable packaging LEHI, UT – Global direct sales company, XANGO, LLC, a category creator in health and wellness, leaped forward into its 10th year of business by revealing an updated brand identity and several innovative natural products at its global GO! Convention in Salt Lake City. The new logo reflects XANGO’S growth as a ...

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Driving Toward Success

“My employees aren’t committed enough”. “I can’t get my people all on the same page”. One of the biggest complaints I hear from business owners is that they just can’t get their employees to take full ownership of their jobs. Most small business owners all make the same assumption: “My employees should feel just as passionate about the business as I do”. This assumption is generally promptly followed by the ...

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Steering Your Business Toward Success

There are two kinds of businesses in the world. Those that are in sales and those that are not. Ok, well really there is also a subcategory, those that are still in business and those that are out of business. The fact of the matter is that every business is in the sales business. Yes, I hear you in the back of your mind saying, “I have no need for sales as long as I provide quality work”.  In fact, a lot s ...

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Selling Great Expectations

I hear it from people all the time. You can hear the frustration and the sadness in their voice. Business owners constantly complain that they bend over backwards for their clients, yet it is never good enough. Why? Is it the business owners fault? Or, do clients just have unrealistic expectations? The real issue is that business owners set themselves up for failure by giving the client unrealistic expectat ...

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Blurred Expectations

Managing employees can be rough for a small business. Most likely you are team leader, department manager and CEO, not to mention head of HR and payroll. How does a small business manager find time to instruct, motivate and supervise while also having time to manage the books, customers and projects? More times than not small business owners begin to neglect their management duties as “more pressing” issues ...

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Your Sales are Calling

No Salesperson likes cold calls. The idea of having to spend hours dialing numbers, leaving messages, and talking to strangers, makes most people cringe. That is one of the reasons that the lead generation and marketing industries our booming. Anyone in sales dreams of the idea that willing and ready customers are just going to call and ask where to sign up and who to sign the check out to. The problem is t ...

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The Outdated Sales Pitch

When was the last time you bought something because of a really good sales pitch? I am constantly reviewing my sales processes looking for ways to improve my presentations and really capture people’s attention. But, it hit me today that I am wasting my time. Sales presentations don’t sell. The problem with the old idea of the traditional sales presentation is that in today’s market there is always something ...

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The Peoples Economy

                While the news is preaching doom and gloom and scaring us with political battles, I know a secret. Neither the newscasters, nor politics create jobs or wealth. The secret is that in America we are responsible for our own future. No matter what the headlines say or who shakes hands behind closed doors, the American economy is not built by such things. T ...

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