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Release the power of the ‘Mastermind’

Two minds thinking positively are better than one. In fact, if you’re trying to come up with a solution for your business challenge, five minds can be even better. In 1727, Benjamin Franklin created a group of like-minded individuals called ...

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The slippery slope of tolerance

Too much of a good thing can become a bad thing. In the workplace, tolerance is often seen as a virtue, and intolerance is seen as bad. In fact, in some cases, being seen as intolerant has become a hate ...

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Not all accountants are created equal

It’s a decision the IRS is saying shouldn’t be made lightly. Taxpayers who decide they need help when preparing their taxes should choose their accountants with care and caution – since ultimately the legal responsibility falls in the payer’s hands. ...

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Innovative look at BSU springbreakers

Spring break? Who ever had one of those? Decades ago, I’m sure, but growing up in rural Idaho’s eastern side meant getting away from the cold weather and heading south. When we were in college, it just meant working a ...

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What health care reform means for business

With President Obama signing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act into law on March 23, many businesses, large and small, are still scratching their heads, trying to understand how the changes could impact them. Both private and public organizations ...

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