Posts Tagged ‘diy’

10 Proven Negotiation Strategies and Tactics for Small Business

Ross Kimbarovsky | February 17th, 2017

Every small business and startup must negotiate with employees, vendors, customers, and others. If negotiation sends chills down your spine or you want to become a better negotiator, this video is for you. I’ve negotiated with thousands of people over the past few decades (for 13 years as an attorney and for the past ten […]

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Small Business Spotlight of the Week: Hands Occupied

admin | September 15th, 2011

Crafting is not for the faint of heart.  It requires a perseverance, attention to detail  and dedication many tend to underestimate. Failed crafting experiments can leave a person feeling useless and stupid. If you doubt this, try teaching yourself to knit. However, there is hope for those who are not naturally craft-inclined.  And it’s this […]

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DIY fun through the centuries….

Mike | July 28th, 2008

User innovation is a hot topic online and we pay close attention to it. We have always thought that the cS model was an incarnation of this type of open innovation and are proud to number ourselves among the open-source, mashup, DIY, and UGC crowds. People innovate. We can’t help ourselves – it is in […]

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