Bill Gates Rules
Rules, which he himself for themselves developed and which he always adheres to: 1. "Learn and study your competitors as best you can." For gates, visiting his competitors ' websites…

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How to make a client a fan of the company?
Pareto rule in sales is no less effective than in other areas. It has long been proven that 20% of the most loyal and loyal customers give 80% of the…

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Five rules for a successful seller
Rule # 1. Regard. Do not think that the client is a fool who will buy any nonsense that you offer. The client should be respected, because it is he…

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Revealing the connection between punctuality and integrity

In my opinion, a person who is not able to come at the appointed time, fulfill the planned obligations or adhere to the schedule, should not believe in other matters. Human dishonesty can manifest itself in many ways, but punctuality is undoubtedly one of the symptoms.

There is a certain connection between respecting someone else’s time and respecting someone else’s opinion, property, rights, contracts and agreements. It is by this criterion that I conclude whether it is worth dealing with a person. And no matter how many times I have neglected this rule (and this I foolishly sometimes admit), I always get burned. Continue reading

Where to get ideas for startups?
1. Live in the future Stay on the edge of MacBook air. Use something that didn't exist yesterday. Read about new inventions. Think about products for the new generation. The…

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Success lessons from Henry Ford
1. Serve others. "A business absolutely devoted to service will have little concern about profit. It will be indecently big." The secret of success is to serve others. All successful…

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Low-budget ideas for business
1. Website about discounts, providing discount cards for temporary use, exchange and sale of gift cards. 2. Production of commemorative medals for newborns, plaster prints of palms of kids, registration…

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How to stop delaying things for later? (part 2)
If you know that tomorrow is a day off, you will be less inclined to postpone things, because you do not want to afford such a "luxury" as a day…

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