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Sustainable Small Business: Mission Possible

Sustainable Small Business: Mission Possible

July 2, 2012 | Comments (44)

The newest trend in small business is in fact the oldest business model around: for-profit ventures that serve the community in a direct and positive way. Since ancient times, successful Small Business has a fundamental integrity structure built into its DNA. You can’t double deal customers like the Big Boys on Wall Street and call it “hedging.” Why? Because you will lose every customer you have. So many small businesses operate by nature with the long-term in mind or they won’t have a long-term. Building a growing and satisfied customer base with a reliable and loyal workforce is the best way to grow a small business.

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Compassion & Hope: Lessons of the Holocaust

Compassion & Hope: Lessons of the Holocaust

December 21, 2011 | Comments (0)

One of the holiest holiday season’s of the year is upon us and consumers are out waging their war on Christmas. We are told to shop, shop, shop and keep the American economy rolling! Most of us, however, are holding onto our money as much as possible these days. The rainy day we did or did not save for is here for the third challenging year.

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