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Until the obstacle of an unfriendly website is removed, then learning more about social media will probably not secure the results you want. If the ultimate goal is to drive traffic to your website, and your cyberspace storefront is not keyword rich, easy to navigate, and ladled with fresh content, you will have visitors who stay less than 10 seconds. How exactly does that increase sales? by Leanne Hoagland-Smith Each day I receive...

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By Leanne Hoagland-Smith What would happen to your business results if you just said No a little more often? Building business demands that you as the solo professional wear many hats. In wearing all of these hats, you are probably saying a lot of yesses: Yes I can do that; Yes I can do that! The list goes on. Yet, what would happen to your business results if you just said No a little more often? Sometimes we need to just say no to...

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Quotes to Stay Focused in Leadership

Quotes to Stay Focused in Leadership


Posted By on May 20, 2014

By Leanne Hoagland-Smith Many times the words of others actually have far more impact and insightfulness than when those words are read within the pages of a dictionary. Quotations are rooted in the actual performance of leaders who have been there, done that. They can be easily incorporate into everyday speeches or part of a training session. These quotations help to define or explain leadership: “Leaders are people who do the...

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By Leanne Hoagland-Smith Maximum productivity happens when your human capital is working like a finely oiled machine. Yes, knowledge and skills are important. Knowing what to do is critical in today’s highly competitive global marketplace. However, wanting to do is even more critical. For it is the attitudes and habits of your human capital workforce that will either make or break you. For you to receive the maximum productivity...

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Are you willing to do what it takes to make your business thrive?  It’s not something that can be accomplished by doing things halfway or taking shortcuts.  You can’t be lazy about it, you have to put 100% into it.  by Leanne Hoagland Smith Sales research indicates: 50% of all sales leads are left to wither on the vine to die 80% of all salespeople stop after the 3rd contact 30%-70% of all sales targets are not achieved...

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