If you are a CEO, business owner or entrepreneur, take time on Thanksgiving to pause from your work and give thanks for being in business…   It’s Thanksgiving once again. In the age of being bombarded with marketing messages, it seems that holidays like Thanksgiving don’t quite have the meaning that they once did. Thanksgiving […]

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This week on my Blog Talk Radio show, Talk Business With Howard, the guest will be Marion Lewis, CEO of Movilo Digital. On LinkedIn, Marion describes herself as a “Serial Entrepreneur and Mobile Evangelist”. Which is exactly what Marion is! And why I’ve invited her to be on the radio show. One of the objectives […]

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How do you define being successful in business? What does it take to be truly successful as a CEO, president, business owner; entrepreneur or founder? One word or phrase won’t adequately define it. But here’s a few words to definitely include when defining how to be successful in business:   Will Drive Determination Knowing your […]

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Listen to internet radio with Howard Lewinter on Blog Talk Radio We live and work in the age of uncertainty. Stress and anxiety are commonplace. Fear, whether recognized or not, is everywhere. What do I mean by fear? According to dictionary.com: Fear is a distressing emotion aroused by impending danger, evil, pain, etc., whether the […]

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  Do you remember as a child being reminded about how important it was to do your homework and to get good grades so that you wouldn’t be left behind while your classmates graduated to the next grade or subject level? How about when you were a child your parents always reminded you to stay […]

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  Listen to internet radio with Howard Lewinter on Blog Talk Radio The fallout continues from the Great Recession. Just this week, two CEOs announced major changes in the direction of their respective companies: Research In Motion (RIM), the maker of BlackBerry, and Best Buy. RIM announced it will leave the consumer market as it […]

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Recently, in the Wall Sreet Journal there was an article written by Sarah Needleman entitled, Should Entrepreneurs Watch Their Backs?   The article raises the question “should entrepreneurs document their relationships with the people that help them get their companies off the ground? Or is their time and energy better spent just on growing their […]

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There’s a saying in business that no one is so indispensible and unique that they can’t be replaced.  But that’s not necessarily true in an entrepreneurial business.  You most likely started the company.  You’re the leader.  You’re the visionary.  Without your inspiration and input the business would most likely fall apart.  Because the company takes […]

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There are so many business lessons from General Motors that it is almost impossible to list them all.  If you have a family or entrepreneurial business you could be asking: how does any lesson from GM apply to me? The answer is:  The business lessons coming from GM do apply to small and medium sized […]

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To start this post, I will admit that I am a capitalist.  I believe there is great opportunity here in the United States of America.  Whether you are rich or poor, by using all the resources available, any person with will, determination and talent can start their own business.  Maybe you don’t have a degree from […]

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