Monthly Archives: November 2012

Fighting Identity Theft

In September of 2003 the Federal Trade Commission (the “FTC”) released the results of a survey indicating that over the five years preceding the survey 27.3 million persons were victims of identity theft, an average of approximately 5.5 million persons per year, resulting in billions of dollars in losses.…

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Planning for Growth Part VI: MAXIMIZING YOUR GROWTH POTENTIAL – QUANTITY AND QUALITY

In the previous post I wrote about the importance of understanding your current and prospective customers, and being effective at reaching them. The size of your potential market, and your assumptions about how many potential customers you can expect to win, defines the number of customers in your growth plan.…

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DECISIONS, DECISIONS, DECISIONS

As a business owner you are likely called on to constantly make decisions. Some days one after the other without time to take a breath in between, let alone perform the type of analysis you would like to perform before committing to a decision.  In some instances quick decisions may be necessary and based upon their nature and possible ramifications should not be belabored. …

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