THE THREE BEST DECADE BUSINESSMEN AND THEIR APPROACH TO BUSINESS
Jeff Bezos is the richest man on the planet: Forbes estimated his fortune at $ 131 billion. He is also one of the five most influential people in the world.…

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5 KILLERS OF CREATIVE CAPACITY
5 killers of creativity and what to do to create an incentive for creativity? No. 1 - Multitasking and Distractions I know that some people have mastered the art of…

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Rental Accounting Program
Almost all spheres of industry, trade and production are automated today, thanks to which it is possible to increase the efficiency of enterprises. New programs appear annually and old technologies…

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active sales

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Decision making algorithm

Each of us in everyday life constantly makes decisions. Almost always, the basis of decisions is copying one’s own or third-party experience. Sometimes the basis of such decisions is their own subjective judgment, interpretation of input data, information. What is useful for the average person and specialist to know when making decisions independently in the professional sphere and in life? What pitfalls inevitably fail our judgment?

She remembered the words of the dying Colonel Zafar:
“A trap of consciousness … fear secret desires,”
they heard a warning.
Frederick Paul, Jack Williamson, Space Reefs

The decision-making process can be divided into the following stages: Continue reading

Effective communication

Any seller knows that a potential customer needs to be listened to to understand his needs, and in order to maintain long-term cooperation, you should put yourself in his place, speak at the same pace and with the same phrases. In other words, a successful business is based on a long-term relationship with customers. When you provide them with quality services, a contact is established between you. After disputes or discussions, you move to another level, realizing that you have been heard, understood and friendly towards you. A deep relationship is built on effective communications that build the loyalty of colleagues, subordinates and customers. Continue reading

Triggers and motivation in advertising

Why do some products get our attention and some not? How do some foods shape our habits? Do these products have any similar features and patterns? This book describes a four-step process that builds customer habits. Habit-forming products allow consumers to return regularly without aggressive marketing and expensive advertising.

Trigger
Ian (name changed) a little over twenty, she lives in Palo Alto and studies at Stanford University. Balanced and sophisticated, which is what one should expect from a student at a prestigious university, she nevertheless suffers from an annoying habit and can do nothing about it – the girl got hooked on Instagram. Continue reading

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Conducting a staff study: causes and benefits
While customer understanding has long been the key to a successful management strategy, the special importance of understanding our own employees has become increasingly recognized. Employees can be excellent representatives…

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Mistakes that prevent you from getting rich
Do you have the feeling that you are constantly short of money? Do they literally leak between your fingers? Do they end sooner than you get the next amount? How…

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Finding the Buy button
“When nature was limited to fit, we would go down to the cattle” (W. Shakespeare, “King Lear”). In my previous article “Where is the Buy button”, I wrote that, based…

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Where is our buy button?
“The subconscious activity of the earthworm is much more complicated from the information point of view of what our consciousness does” (I. N. Pigarev). It is clear that I am…

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