Dan Glisky Jr

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measuring company performance
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Getting Back to Basics – How to Build a High Performance Culture

After recently acquiring an import and distribution company, I have again been reminded of the incredible importance of implementing fundamental business practices and systems in order to gain traction, momentum, accountability, and a sense of unity and responsibility within the workplace that stands as a team builder.  Conversely, I am reminded that whenever I have worked in an environment where...
sale
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Closing a Deal – The Three Essential Sale Requirements

Closing a deal or getting the sale. Just saying the words excites me as I remember all of my preparation, hard work, the fulfillment of expectations, and the trust that is established throughout the process. Getting closure, as defined in the Oxford dictionary, is having, "A sense of resolution or conclusion at the end of...
Mom Entrepreneur
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Mom Entrepreneurs – Listen up!

Hear StartupNation Radio hosts Jeff Sloan and Dan Glisky, Jr. on Word of Mom Radio talking about the Leading Moms in Business Competition! Listen to the archived recording right here! Launched in mid-March, StartupNation’s annual Leading Moms in Business Competition is still going strong! With hundreds of amazing contestants and support pouring in from friends and fans...
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Tune in to our January 18th radio show to JUMPSTART your business!

Make sure you tune-in to StartupNation Radio  this Saturday, January 18, 2014 at 2pm Eastern (listen Live)!!! Jumpstart your Business in 2014!!! How can you jumpstart your business in 2014? How about a sales boost! StartupNation Radio is excited to provide our audience with access to the foremost experts on specific tactics that you can...
peer group
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Why You Need To Develop A Peer Group

Being an entrepreneur and the leader of a small business can be a lonely experience.  I have personally struggled with many critical and challenging business decisions, with just my own thoughts and the dimly lit ceiling I stared at during a night of not being able to sleep.  Whether it was hiring my first controller,...
Business Model
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3 Critical Leadership Duties of the Small Business Owner

As the leader of a small business, you wear many hats.  There are hundreds of activities that need to be completed on any given day and many times you are the only person who is available and capable to get them done.  You have the most at stake and, let's face it, the buck stops with you.  However,...
best energy level
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Customer Service Skills That You Need to Develop in 2014

As a business owner, there are customer service skills that every employee in your company must master if they deal with clients, and you must lead the way in insuring that these skills are reinforced on a consistent basis. Without them, you have no assurance that when you are not with the client, you are not...
Personality in Business
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Does Your Business Have Personality?

[606 words | 2 minute read] When you think of some of the best brands and companies in the world, they often stimulate an instantaneous flow of images and possibly emotions - their brand identities.   Virgin Airlines, along with its charismatic founder Richard Branson, denotes a company committed to top-notch service, fun and an irreverent...