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Form a Board of Advisors

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John Castle shares his big business experience by serving on boards of small companies.

Recognize That You Need Others

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Today talented people can quit working for you and go someplace else, therefore, a  leader must win the hearts and minds of employees. Meet partner Carl Meyer. Homepage

Find and Depend Upon Mentors

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INDUS has a formal mentor-protege relationship with SAIC.

Depend upon Mentors

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Sohrab has mentors and he works hard to mentor the young talent at his firm.

Access Free Help

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Monica Morgan went to her Small Business Development Center in Detroit and discovered that she needed to raise her prices.

Be Involved in Your Trade Association

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Keep up with rules, regulations, technology and product trends and meet the kind of people who can advise you by being involved in your trade associations.

Enjoy Your Partner

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Partnerships are as hard as a marriage and require the same kind of attention.  Arnold and George love, respect, admire and enjoy each other which is why this relationship has lasted since they met in high school.   More...

Take Advice to Heart

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Bill Hayes owns The Bend Guitar Shop and he is a member of the retail Opportunity Knocks group.

Keep Learning

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The growth of a company depends upon its leadership's willingness to keep learning.

Ask for Help When Trouble Comes

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Jim Schell explores what  a business owner should do when they get into trouble.  And, as he says, "We all do eventually."