Lessons from Business School; students in classroom

Business schools take many shapes and forms through colleges across the U.S. Some tout exemplary alumni while others advertise on the back of phone books. Yes, phone books still exist, though their population is on the decline.   Most business schools, however, sit quietly pushing out capable professionals into the world to start, manage, or…

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American businesses are fairly unique in that, for the most part, operate inside the U.S. Many of them do operate and trade with foreign countries, but their headquarters are usually inside the U.S. and small businesses typically never have to deal with foreign nations ever. This sounds not necessarily bad, but it’s not necessarily great…

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It’s difficult to be positive. In the times we live in and the events that are happening around us, it is hard to look at the glass half full. Not only that but it’s so easy to see the negative in anything. With people in the world starving, homeless, enslaved, dying, struggling through the wreckage…

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This is the full unedited version of the Bradshaw Mountain High School class of 2017 Valedictorian speech. Take and do with it as you will. Feel free to comment, constructively critique, or ask any questions you please. This is merely my thoughts as a member of an upcoming generation.  Thank you. __________________________________________________________________________________________________ First, I’d like…

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There are certain aspects that determine the success of a business, product, or campaign. Timing happens to be one of the most, if not the most, important aspects in the world of business and entrepreneurship. Effects of Poor Timing Poor timing can result in a number of setbacks and obstacles for you and your company…

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I am not a Millennial. I am 18 years old and was born in 1998. Although I am right on the edge of the two generations, Millennials and Generation Z, I much more closely relate to and share the ideals of my younger companions rather than my older cohorts. As teenagers my age are some…

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Adventure Auto Glass is 10 years old this year.  I am so proud of Dave going for his dream and letting us help him succeed in ways he didn’t even dream of.  There I go ending sentences with “of”. Sorry English Majors.  🙁  I capitalized that M too didn’t I? The more we learn about…

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