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Six Networking Myths & Mistakes
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6 Networking Myths & Mistakes

Posted  June 1, 2017  by  Davis Blaine

An exclusive excerpt from the new book Naked Without A Network! During my many years of learning about networking and fostering relationships, I have probably heard every networking myth (i.e., excuse for not putting forth the effort to network). Let me dispel at least some of them. One More Contact “I have enough contacts. I […]

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The Path To Partner, Yi Sun Kim
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The Path To Partner

Posted  June 1, 2017  by  Jerri Hemsworth

How Yi Sun Kim, the newest partner at Greenberg & Bass, parlayed a bad economy, hard work and philanthropy into a burgeoning practice and a happy life. When you have a conversation with Yi Sun Kim, you quickly get the idea of what she is truly passionate about: her family, her pro-bono work, helping people, […]

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Taking Millennials Mainstream
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Taking Millennials Mainstream

Posted  May 31, 2017  by  Brian Hemsworth

What one marketing professional and part-time university professor has learned about millennials may surprise you! They are not who mainstream media thinks they are! They are lazy. They are loners. They are narcissistic. That’s the millennial stereotype. Always on their smartphones, probably Snapchat or Instagram, or the social media du jour. But is it true? […]

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Drew Grey of SRG
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Grey Matters

Posted  May 31, 2017  by  Brian Hemsworth

One of Southern California’s leading financial advisor/CFO/CPA’s speaks out on current trends. Don’t call Drew Grey an accountant. He hates that. It’s not that he isn’t a CPA (he is), or that he is ashamed of it (he’s not). Quite the contrary, Grey is proud of his financial service background. But being a certified public […]

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Losing Your Concentration
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Losing Your Concentration

Posted  May 18, 2017  by  Juan Ros

Using philanthropy to diversify and generate income is easier than you think. Do you own too much of a good thing? One of the keys to successful long-term investing is diversification—owning enough of different kinds of investments so that your entire portfolio doesn’t move in the same direction (up or down) at the same time. […]

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Is Now The Time To Sell Your Business
Business

Is Now The Time To Sell Your Business?

Posted  May 12, 2017  by  Matt Coletta

The economy is improving and business is up, but is now the time to sell? You might be surprised! Knowing that you want to sell is easy. You decide that. Knowing when to sell, well now that’s a bit tougher. Will the market go up, or down? Is your business packaged properly for sale? Can […]

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How To Market Yourself As An Expert

How To Market Yourself As An Expert

In a time when more professionals have to market themselves, here are three effective strategies to get more business with less effort! Today, professionals have to market themselves more than ever before. Barriers, whether leg...
by Brian Hemsworth
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Business Development For Young Professionals

Getting young professionals to blend online and offline marketing strategies will grow the receivables for your firm. Young attorneys and accountants have traditionally been a firm’s worker bees. Senior partners throw tons of...
by Brian Hemsworth
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Employers Don’t Have To Ensure Lunch

The California Supreme Court recently ruled that employers are under no obligation to ensure that workers take legally mandated lunch breaks. This case has impact on millions of California workers and thousands of California em...
by Jerri Hemsworth
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Creating Maximum Business Value

Understanding what drives value in your company will pay you dividends when you decide to sell. Every business owner wants the maximum value when he or she sells a business. Not many succeed. What prevents business owners from ...
by Davis Blaine
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Rating Today's Business Buyers--Foreign Buyers

Rating Today’s Business Buyers: The Foreign Buyer

The decision to sell has been made. A business owner should be aware of the number of possible business buyers. Here is another of today’s most active categories of business buyers: The Foreign Buyer Second In A Series Foreig...
by Matt Coletta
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News and Views: Pot Economy in California

Pot Economy Projected At More Than $7 Billion In California. But…

The cannabis culture is quickly becoming the cannabis economy here in California. The November 2016 vote that legalized pot here is scratching the surface of popular knowledge, but those in the know are seeing huge investment i...
by Jerri Hemsworth
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How To Save On Your Next Office Lease

Landlords lease office space 365 days a year. How often do you? Good information is the first step in obtaining a more favorable lease. Your office says a lot about you and your firm. The city, the building, the space, the furn...
by Sheryl Mazirow
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Sheryl Mazirow Pens Feature on Smarter Commercial Leasing

One positive aspect of the down economy for business owners is that in many areas it has shifted from being a “landlord’s market” to a “tenant’s market.” If you know what you’re doing, ...
by Brian Hemsworth
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Is Now The Time To Sell Your Business

Is Now The Time To Sell Your Business?

The economy is improving and business is up, but is now the time to sell? You might be surprised! Knowing that you want to sell is easy. You decide that. Knowing when to sell, well now that’s a bit tougher. Will the market go...
by Matt Coletta
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Drew Grey of SRG

Grey Matters

One of Southern California’s leading financial advisor/CFO/CPA’s speaks out on current trends. Don’t call Drew Grey an accountant. He hates that. It’s not that he isn’t a CPA (he is), or that he is ashamed of it (he...
by Brian Hemsworth
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The Orphan of Negativity in the Workplace

Stephen W. Frueh, PhD, CEO of Centrifugal Leadership, speaks on identifying the “orphan” of negativity in the workplace. The are people in companies that feel like outsiders and because of such, their production and partici...
by Jerri Hemsworth
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