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business failure, small business, leadership, six sigma focus blog

Business Failure: Why Are There So Many?

According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), close to 66% of small businesses will survive their first two years. What that means is that...
careers, business, leadership, six sigma focus blog

Careers: Why We Do What We Do

When considering careers, have you ever wonder why we do what we do? What force out there gives us bankers, pilots, doctors, lawyers, business...
digital careers, workplace freedom, global business, six sigma focus blog

Digital Careers: You Can Work From Anywhere You Choose

“In the future, high-speed wireless networks and low-cost mobile devices will break the link between occupation and location.” Tsugio Makimoto, Hitachi Executive & Author In his...
business leadership, meditation, sic sigma focus

Business Leadership: Improvement Through Meditation

It is common knowledge that highly successful leaders place significant importance on finding balance in life. This doesn’t mean working just 6 hours a...
social media, six sigma focus

Social Media: Does Your Business Show You Care?

More and more, savvy organizations understand that Social Media is crucial to customer relationships. Research shows us that organizations that adopt social customer service...

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