The governor of our great state of Wisconsin has mapped out a “bounce back” plan for moving out of safer-at-home and getting things on the road back to normal. Business folks know that the ability to bounce back from adversity is important. Coping with this stress in a positive way is known as resilience.
WITH DONNA GRAY
Some local businesses are starting to feel the effects of the coronavirus situation in China and its impact on the manufacturing sector. While many factories are once again resuming production, in some provinces other factories may not return to work for period of time.
People buy from people. We all tend to do business with people we know, like, and trust. Companies don’t make purchasing decisions, people do.
Whether you love it or hate it, business networking is one of the needed skills at the heart of building successful and beneficial relationships with other businesspeople and prospective customers.
Many businesspeople use the fourth quarter to plan and formalize goals for the coming year by doing a year-end review.
If gratitude is a state of being that is essential to a life well lived, why then in modern times do we not cultivate and express it on a daily basis?
It’s the time of year when many organizations look for ways to show appreciation and gratitude to the businesses they serve and/or that serve them, and to the people whose contributions impact the organization.
Mother Nature began October in Dane County with above-average heat, then spirit-dampening rain, and then the return of cold weather. Of course, along with the cold comes the promise of a colorful fall season.
I think most of us who are frequent buyers enjoy walking into a business and being recognized by management or the front-line team.
Everything happens fast in today’s business world, which exists in the age of pretty much instant everything.