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Nice Guys Always Win: Why Having a Heart is Good for Business

Simon Davies — February 27, 2017 Follow @SimonTheoDavies— February 27, 2017 Ruthlessness and competitiveness tend to be attributes associated with individuals in the world of business. This has been typified by Gordon Gekko in Wall Street and Ayn Rand’s novel, Atlas Shrugged. Meanwhile, kindness is often an afterthought and sometimes seen as an inconvenience. But … Continue reading Nice Guys Always Win: Why Having a Heart is Good for Business

3 Lessons from Smaller Retailers Outperforming the Big Guys

Annie Qureshi — January 6, 2017 — January 6, 2017 It is entirely possible for a smaller firm to outperform a massive corporation. Sure, the big guys have an incredible amount of resources: people, capital, infrastructure, large client base, stellar marketing firms. But, there’s one singular advantage that a small business has. The individual that … Continue reading 3 Lessons from Smaller Retailers Outperforming the Big Guys

3 Ways a Small Business Can Compete with the Big Guys in PPC [DATA]

Allen FinnNovember 7, 2015 Being the little guy can be tough. You’re underfunded. You lack resources. You spend lonely nights eating cans of warmish black beans googling buzzwords like “grassroots” and “bootstrap.” But no matter how many times you nod off to a Seth Godin audiobook on the subway, competing with the biggest and baddest … Continue reading 3 Ways a Small Business Can Compete with the Big Guys in PPC [DATA]

Skeeball is This Guy’s Full-Time Job. Here’s What You Can Learn From His Business

Betsy MikelMay 26, 2015 Hueskee Lewis and the News. Jamie Skee Curtis. Skeeonardo DiCaprio. What do all these not-quite-right sounding pop culture references have in common? They’re all teams that play in The Skee League. And thanks to their enthusiastic (and paying) participation, Director of Chicago League Operations Mike Fraser can say something truly spectacular: … Continue reading Skeeball is This Guy’s Full-Time Job. Here’s What You Can Learn From His Business