Author and Entrepreneur
Stacey Alcorn is CEO of Boston-based
Laer Realty Partners
. She owns and operates several businesses in the Boston area including a consulting firm, a law firm and a fashion line. She is the author of
REACH! -- Dream, Stretch, Achieve, Influence
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Starting a business is a team sport. So here's a thanks to the generous backer at home who provides valuable help and love.
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When it comes to recognizing employees, do it right. Fairness and consistency matter.
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The most important skill in sales is connecting with people. Benefit from top tips from elite broker Michael Carucci's extreme focus on relationships.
Simple expressions of thanks can go a long way toward instilling loyalty with staffers and customers.
Don't worry about whatever work you left undone to race out to the event. You're about to ace this networking opportunity -- that is, if you read these jolly tips.
Reframe the ways you address your entrepreneur self. You'll be surprised by the power of your pep talk.
Showing appreciation to staff is appropriate during the holiday season but can be a great year-round practice.
The haunting, messy reality of running a business is at times painful -- yet it's also exhilarating.
A real estate executive learns firsthand from an industry icon how to bootstrap a business, be a strong seller, attempt balance and recover from any hard knocks.
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