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    Why Business Continuity Planning Just Became The Most Important Thing

    Toilet paper. Paper towels. Clorox wipes. Hand sanitizer. Masks. These are all items that have been in short supply at one time or another since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Now that we’re past the initial stages of fear and fighting

    Why Customer Experience Matters Most In A Time Of Crisis

    We are in unprecedented times. Even the best crisis and business continuity plans are likely being tested right now. Some businesses, like my chosen career path of public speaking, have ground to a complete halt. But this is not the

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    What To Do About Your Company’s ‘Leaky Bucket’

    Companies are competing against innumerable pieces of content bombarding our prospects and customers every single day, making it very difficult to stand out. Instead of throwing more money at marketing or advertising, what if companies instead focused on their existing

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    The Best Books And Board Games For Staying At Home

    In order to encourage people to #stayathome during the COVID-19 pandemic, I’ve compiled a list of my favorite books, board games, and household necessities for you to peruse. I’ve launched my own Amazon Storefront which will be continually updated. Please

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    How To Manage Work From Home Employees

    Now that most companies have settled in to the new reality of having employees work from home, managers are being forced into the unfamiliar position of managing a team that is entirely remote. Of course, some people were doing this

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    Could Working From Home Become Permanent?

    Social media platform Twitter made headlines recently when it announced that some employees will be allowed to work from home permanently, which begs the question: Could your company be next? Most companies are in wait-and-see mode, which is logical since