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[2004-02-26] Teleconfererencing: 15 Ways to Promote Yours
Teleconferences, also known as teleclasses or teleseminars depending on the presentation format, are the second hottest marketing delivery technique for 2004. This delivery format satisfies the yearn to learn and opens an exchange to unbelievable global portions. Previously called distance learning, this format actually began in the mid-1990s through higher learning institutions. Now, without leaving your office or easy chair, you can put on a headset, lean back and learn. No parking challenges, gas usage, or travel time required.

[2004-02-25] Your Top Five Biggest Affiliate Program Mistakes
In this article I will show affiliate managers the mistakes they should avoid if they want to build a successful affiliate program.

[2004-02-25] The Top Ten Reasons to Develop Skilled In-House High-Stakes Facilitators - The Key to a Profitable Future!
Traditional brainstorming isn't cutting it anymore. Employees are frustrated with this incomplete tool. They know they can do better, they just don't know how. There is a demand like never before on employees to think differently because of intense competitive pressure. The need for a new skill set has emerged - High-Stakes meeting facilitation. But, it hasn't been actively developed at most companies, yet.

[2004-02-25] A Checklist to Screen Ideas for Corporate Alignment
Increase your chances of success at selling new ideas to management. Understand that ideas create change. Change needs to be well managed. To be well managed ideas need to be thoroughly thought through. The following list of questions will help you determine which ideas are worth the effort of pursuit because they are powerful for the organization.

[2004-02-25] Avoid Project Pitfalls that Kill Idea Development Work
The following list of project pitfalls will sabotage the hard work of idea development. Identify the pitfalls that are relevant to your project and develop strategies to eliminate or minimize them. Think your way to success. The fun part is developing a workable idea. The hard part is the project work that implements the idea.

[2004-02-25] Build In Added Idea Value By Developing Robust Project Objectives
Objectives should clearly state what you could expect to experience as a result of implementing the idea. What value will you gain? All of the project work should then be planned to deliver the expected results. It is helpful to keep the project statement visible for the team as objectives are developed. Keep a tight focus.Think at a higher level when developing objectives and you will deliver unexpected added value to the organization.

[2004-02-25] Protect Your Project Plan Upfront to Boost Idea Success Rates
With all of the best developed project plans, problems will still occur. Often they are problems that could have been prevented, if only time were taken upfront to work at eliminating them. But, people will say, "We don't have time to do this kind of thinking." So, the problems happen, and then people say, "I can't believe we didn't think to prevent this from happening!" Miraculously, time is found to fix the problem! Where does the time come from?

[2004-02-25] What is SMS?
SMS, also known as short messaging service, is the rage in Europe and parts of Asia. Gradually SMS is gaining momentum in the US as a low cost messaging solution. SMS is defined as text messages, up to 160 characters in length, sent to mobile phones. In recent months SMS has become synonymous with any text message sent to a cell phone.

[2004-02-25] 300% More Sales With A Simple Zero-Cost Script!
Which word in the whole world sounds the most important to you? Undoubtedly, Its your name!

[2004-02-25] E-commuting: Improved Productivity Using Home Computers
Working away from company premises via computer and phone links is a rapidly developing trend. Business Week reports 200 U.S. firms experimenting with the process, and more than thirty already operating formal programs. The University of Southern California's Center for Future Research predicts that five million people will work this way within ten years. An "Association of Electronic Cottagers" has already been formed.

[2004-02-24] Does Your Copy Have Personality?
Some people like hypey copy, while others prefer cold copy. Some people like short copy, while others prefer long. Some people drama, stories and testimonials. Others data, statistics and facts.

[2004-02-12] Explaining What You Do in 15 Seconds
You're in the elevator and your friend John introduces you to Barbara who is the CEO of one of the companies you'd like to do business with. Barbara asks, "What do you do?"

[2004-02-09] Taking Control of Your Workspace
Let's face it: it's HARD to always be "on" when you're at work. No matter how much you try, even the best-laid plans and schedules break down; sometimes it seems like all the forces are against you. You can get discouraged, weary, frustrated and unfocused. You can blame your boss, your spouse, interruptions, computer crashes, too much work, too little time...the list goes on and on.

[2004-02-09] What do You Mean 'I'M Angry'?
When you reach your boiling point, what do you do with the steam? This makes all the difference in your relationships at home, at work, and, with yourself.

[2004-02-04] Sports Teams Analyze Their Wins and Losses to Reach Optimal Performance, Why Don't you?
Lance Armstrong says, "Losing, on the other hand, really does say something about who you are. Among the things it measures are: do you blame others, or do you own the loss? Do you analyze the failure, or just complain about bad luck?"

[2004-02-04] It's About Accountability . . .You Don't Need to Go it Alone
During a recent meeting of my Million-Dollar Round Table--a master mind team of business owners--two significant decisions were made. They were not the only decisions made, but these happened to have resulted in several thousand dollars being saved and will earn several thousand more.

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