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December 4, 2012 – 1,081 views
Association of Business Training
In order to minimize expensive litigation due to misunderstandings, certain business contracts should be established. Before a business opens its doors for clients or customers, there should be an operating agreement in place. Other essential contracts include employment contracts and contracts with suppliers and vendors. Here is an overview of business contracts generally considered to be the most important... Full Story 
November 29, 2012 – 1,209 views
Ms. Faye Riva Cohen - Law Office of Faye Riva Cohen, P.C.
America is a melting pot of immigrants, and New York City is a prime example of this. On a recent trip there I was given a tour through Central Park by an enthusiastic young man who was born in North Africa, spoke 3 languages, was a college student in international relations, and earned his living and college tuition doing the strenuous job of driving people through the Park in a bicycle cab. He was knowledgeable about the Park’s history and funny and enthusiastic about his job. It was wonderful to meet this young man, who was so happy to be doing a job few Americans would do. And, he didn’t act as if he was entitled to anything. He pointed out the residences of the rich and famous high in the sky in buildings surrounding the Park, worth many millions of dollars. It is interesting to note that the Park was created and landscaped by man, sheep grazed on its flat fields, and its original inhabitants were the poorest in New York City who lived in shanties... Full Story 
November 26, 2012 – 1,149 views
Nelson Berry
A lot of people are recognized for the creativity and innovativeness that come out of their minds. In the business world, the ability to strategize and come up with plans and solutions directed towards specific goals is a very powerful tool that can propel you to the top of the game. Leaders and bosses reach their current positions because of their ability to form concise plans to achieve their goals and get the results they want... Full Story 
November 19, 2012 – 1,145 views
Marcy Amaro
Have you ever wondered why some people seem to always be on top of the world? They are always smiling, their hair is never out of place, they have time for coffee between board meetings, and yet, they are always at the top of the leader boards in their department. How do they do it? Do they have a special time warp that they enter to freeze time while they do their work? Do they secretly hire others to do the work for them? If we all have the same 24 hours to every day, how is it that some people seem to get everything done with time to spare, while others scurry about trying unsuccessfully to finish their first task? Well, the answer is actually a lot simpler than you might think. These people can get everything done because they have mastered one of the most important business leadership skills there is:... Full Story 
November 16, 2012 – 1,021 views
Faye Riva Cohen - Law Office of Faye Riva Cohen, P.C.
The word “philanthropist” was formerly reserved for a very few wealthy people like Walter Annenberg who donated to charitable or civic causes. Yet, every day I read or hear about someone who is referred to as a philanthropist by the media, or often refers to him/herself as a philanthropist... Full Story 
November 15, 2012 – 1,042 views
Association of Business Training
Although no business can save its way into profitability, it can certainly invest itself into bankruptcy. Worse than failing to extract every penny of profitability from good ideas is trying to ignore the bad ones that are dragging down the bottom line. One of the most important distinctions between successful businesses and stagnant businesses is that successful businesses are always reducing their waste by reviewing the financial statements for unprofitable products... Full Story 
November 7, 2012 – 1,016 views
Ms. Faye Riva Cohen - Law Office of Faye Riva Cohen, P.C.
I recently heard on the radio a story about a woman and her young child who were kicked off of a bus because the child had a seriously smelly diaper. They were on the way to see the pediatrician because the child had a stomach virus. The bus company defended the driver’s actions, stating that he acted in the interest of the safety and comfort of the other passengers, who had complained about the odor... Full Story 
November 5, 2012 – 1,178 views
Association of Business Training
Any small business owner will tell you that every penny counts. While it can sound like a cliche, it is true that small business owners need to keep track of every penny that comes into and goes out of their company if they want to stay in business. In order to keep enough cash on the company bottom line, there are some tips small businesses can use to manage company expenses... Full Story