Category Archives: Business

The greatest review ever received!

Naturally, I love it when someone tells me how much they enjoyed the book or how it helped them improve their closing ratio. But one compliment has always stood out as a testimonial to the power of How to Close … Continue reading

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Talk to Me

It’s worse than Bill Murray’s Groundhog Day. As a writer, I pride myself on being able to communicate with extreme clarity. My secret (and it’s no secret) is that I put myself in the place of the reader. Is this … Continue reading

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To get better results, get a better process

Most of us don’t think about the processes we use. We just keep using them. And that’s okay. But when you think about the processes you use, chances are you can find a way to make them better. How to … Continue reading

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Have Ideas, Will Travel

Throughout my life, I’ve moved from city to city. From Cincinnati to Lansing, Michigan, to Cleveland to Florida to North Carolina to seven years in New York City and back to Florida. (Whoops, I forgot St. Louis.) I look at … Continue reading

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“Who Killed the Customers?” Returns!

Actors from the Centre Club’s Killer Cast have been invited to bring “Who Killed the Customers?” to West Pasco Chamber of Commerce’s Business Development Week, January 23 through January 27, 2017. In addition to original cast members Loren Murfield, Thanecha … Continue reading

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Thanks, Mike

A testimonial from Mike Bosch, film maker and entrepreneur “Often consultants teach what worked for them; however, as humans, we are all different. Gil evaluated me and my business as a whole and built a plan that was suited best … Continue reading

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Who Killed the Customers?

Last year’s production of “Who Killed the Business?” was so successful, we decided it was time for a sequel. So here comes the Centre Club Business Committee’s original 2016 production of “Who Killed the Customers?” It was a logical next … Continue reading

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“You can’t steer a boat that’s tied to the dock”

You’ve heard the story of the man who prays continually about winning the lottery. He’s resolute in his prayers, but nothing happens. He doesn’t win. He doesn’t even come close. After many months of praying a loud voice from heaven … Continue reading

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Big advantage for small business

I don’t know about you, but almost everywhere I look these days the quality of service (aka customer service) seems to be declining. (Perhaps plummeting is a better word.) This is especially true in the mega corporations. For many major … Continue reading

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Think reinvention

Reinvent: To make major changes or improvements to (something), to present (something) in a different or new way. People reinvent themselves all the time, often without being consciously aware they are doing so. Businesses reinvent themselves, too. In fact, in … Continue reading

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