More From Gene Marks
Whatever convinced you turning away sales is good business, it wasn't the math.
I know that I'm going to be in for a tough time as soon as I realize the a potential customer is a middle-aged guy.
Because one IS coming. Sometime.
Talk about embracing failure.
That "away from office" message doesn't signal laziness or complacency. It demonstrates competence and success.
The problems of one person or one business are seldom significant in the context of a big world with a long, long history. Paradoxically, that is very comforting.
Start offering more money and better benefits.
Yes, but if your parents didn't teach you it's impolite to stare at people it will sound ridiculous when well-mannered adults write a rule against it.
But please, don't put your six-year-old behind the wheel of a forklift, OK?
The chain is now allowing anyone to use their spaces, regardless of whether they purchase anything.
Amazon just upped it's Prime membership 20 percent, because who's going to do anything about it? Tony Soprano would understand the market dynamic.
If all your accountant does is make sure you don't get audited by the IRS, it's time to find a better accountant.