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Joanie Mann @JoanieMann Makes Sense of Business Technology

JoanieMannBizSugarMany business owners find the changes in technology confusing. Cloud hosting, web-based accounting, online business solutions: What do they all they mean?!! Though she started her career working in a regular old accounting office with her dad, Joanie Mann's experience with the technology that is changing what it means to operate a business has been extensive. “I understand business, and I love technology” Mann said. “Having …

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Gary Hart @SalesDuJour Brings Passion for Sales

Gary Hart BizSugarIt could be argued that sales, in some form or other, is the most important function for any business. Because, without sales, you really don't have a business in the first place. That's where sales experts like Gary S. Hart come in. Hart brings a passion for sales and a long record of experience to the table. He shares much of this with small business owners on his website SalesDuJour. Experience Hart's experience includes: helping …

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Chris Farmer @CorporateCoachG Trains Your Team

Chris Farmer BizSugarIf you feel your management style is lacking, Chris Farmer has some ideas for that. Ironically, it was another not-so-impressive training program that convinced him he could do better. "I started training originally for a company in London, but I felt that some of the traditional training material used on most management leadership courses are interesting but of limited practical value to the manager in the work place," Farmer remembers. "For …

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Suzie Poirier @aceconcierge Builds Virtual Partnerships

Suzie Poirier BizSugarGrowing a business, especially online, requires you to wear many hats. If you focus on all the little things, you can lose focus and become distracted. Some of those tasks include administrative services like appointment scheduling, calendar management, editing, proofing, custom followup...yep, the list goes on and on. Then there are other projects to manage. Things like ghost writing -- including blog posts, business letters, …

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Cecil Wampler @CecilWampler Studies Workplace Psychology

Cecil Wampler BizSugarYou may have sometimes felt your boss, co-workers or employees needed a therapist. But did you know there is a psychology of the workplace itself? Cecil Wampler is a Master's level practitioner of industrial and organizational psychology. That's a field that looks at a variety of workplace issues and how they can affect things like organizational development and productivity. "People management is a complicated process," Wampler …

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Reginald Chan @ReginaldChanNet Teaches Online Business Basics

ReginaldChanBizSugarWhether you plan to start a new online business or are launching a blog as part of your company's online outreach, there are some commonalities needed for success. After eight years as a passionate blogger beginning in 2005, Reginald Chan is using what he has learned to help others. "Back then, I was still in school and blogging was just a past time," he says. "However as time passed by, I realized that I really enjoy blogging …

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Zubin Kutar @WebTrafficROI Builds a Better Blog

Zubin KutarWhat would you do if you were told from the beginning you might never amount to anything? If the people charged to inspire you did nothing but discourage instead? Well, hopefully you would have the good sense to ignore them. And that's exactly what Zubin Kutar would advise. Way back in grade school, no one would ever have guessed Kutar would be involved in the business he runs today. It's a business that requires him to write on …

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Jonny Ross @jrconsultancy Helps Businesses Be Seen

Jonny Ross BizSugarImproved visibility seems to be a theme in Jonny Ross's evolving career. First, he ran businesses that helped others see better. Now he runs a business that helps others see you better online. Yet except when observed from this perspective, Ross's first small business experience couldn't be more different than his present one. He began his career running a small retail chain of optometrists in the UK. Today he runs a website …

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Lisa Buben @Lisapatb Will Inspire Your Business

lisa222Lisa Buben knows there's no such thing as a free lunch. But she might never have broken into online marketing without one. Buben has become a maven of sorts. As owner and operator of ecommerce sites like Fancy Scrubs (her first) and another site Fancy Chef Uniforms, she learned the art of online marketing first hand -- by trial and error. But it all might never have happened except for a fateful day four years ago. That's when …

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Kelvin Cech @FunctionWriting Lives Solopreneur Dream

KelvinCechBizSugarSometimes it's easy to forget, but a little over a year ago, Kelvin Cech was stuck grinding out copy for a small sports academy in Edmonton, Alberta. Today he's the owner, operator, accountant, secretary, IT guy and janitor of a one-man copy generating business called Function Writing Group. "I was churning out far too many useless words every day, a fact I was frustrated with, but a fact of my current position nonetheless," Cech …

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