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Habits of Successful Job Seekers

Jobs are about as permanent as a yellow leaf in Bozeman’s autumn. Sure, it’s there and you get to marvel at its glory, but if you blink a cold snap will come through and drop every leaf—yellow or green—straight to the…

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How to Monetize Your Blog

I thought I’d write a how to article about monetizing a website because it is one of the most frequently asked questions I get about blogging. I grab coffee with fellow entrepreneurs interested in figuring out how to monetize their…

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Decoding Job Postings

I like to imagine myself as a job-landing Indiana Jones when I review job postings. Each posting is filled to the brim with clues that, when followed, almost always end in an interview. The tricky part is understanding the codes, and…

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How to Advertise in Bozeman

The biggest challenge for new and existing businesses is how, where, when and how much should I spend on advertising. It would be nice if there was some kind of cookie-cutter method of doing this but unfortunately there isn’t. Advertising…

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Top Business Books to Read This Fall

Reading is an excellent way to learn more about business and to find inspiration. Over the years my business book collection has taken over my shelves and is helping continue my education. I wanted to recommend a few books I’ve recently…

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Top Job Boards

Your resume is coming together and you are feeling confident that you’ve developed quality stories to share with a hiring manager. Your resume may not be perfect yet, but it’s time to find job postings. Why jump ahead? Your resume…

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The Franchise Mindset

Starting a business from scratch and scaling for growth are processes all entrepreneurs encounter while building a venture. As small business owners, we want to sell more products, provide better services, and help as many people as possible.…

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How To Develop A Strong Sales Strategy

Since the beginning of the year the so called “pundits” have been preaching gloom and doom from the economic pulpit. Recession, high gas prices, shrinking dollar, a roller coaster stock market, and the list goes on and on. The long…

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