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First They Came For The AIG Executives

March 25, 2009 0 Comments

…but I did not care because I was not an AIG executive… Going John Galt

Surviving And Thriving In A Recession – Part 3

April 4, 2008 0 Comments

The beginning of the series can be found here. This post is about marketing in a recession. Don’t Be Timid Businesses that survive and thrive during slow-downs, and become even stronger during recoveries, are the ones who aren’t afraid to go after growth when their competitors are hunkering down. Preserving profits and cash flow is […]

Tuesday Links for 4/1/08

April 1, 2008 2 Comments

This is the first of what I plan to be weekly links of interest – posted every Tuesday.  So, for our inaugural Tuesday links… Jeff Cornwall, of Belmont University’s Center for Entrepreneurship and blogger at The Entrepreneurial Mind, posts on the importance of microbusinesses in the American economy. Don’t misunderstand my point. I like high […]

Surviving And Thriving In A Recession – Part 2

March 30, 2008 0 Comments

Part 1 of the series can be found here. An impeding recession is a good time for a well-managed business to make gains against the competition or to shore up its foundation for quickly capitalizing on the economic recovery to come. This is the time to look at your cost structure and do some judicious […]

Surviving, And Thriving, In A (Possible) Recession

March 21, 2008 9 Comments

This is Part 1 of a planned series on managing your business during a recession.  Subsequent parts will be linked at the bottom of this post as they are published I don’t have a crystal ball or some special insight into the macro economy that allows me to say we’re in the beginning of a […]