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Title: Stop! You’re Paying A Fortune in Processing Fees

You’re likely processing your credit card transactions the wrong way, getting your merchant account dinged with extra fees left and right, and most likely making you pay as much as 40% more […]

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We’re Refreshing and Revamping at Swypit

We’re Refreshing and Revamping at Swypit Big changes that will help your business be more profitable are in the works at Swypit. We are changing things up, getting a refreshed look on […]

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Leading a Business or Organization Effectively: From the Front? The Back? Or from Alongside?

Entrepreneurs and business owners often hear a lot about leadership, a lot of the time. Unfortunately, sometimes that information can be confusing or various sources can even contradict each other. Among the […]

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What is the ‘Help First’ Idea and How Can It Help You?

Often, when we are bogged down in the day-to-day challenges of ‘work’ or even managing the work of others, we can easily get overwhelmed by our responsibilities. These days it can seem […]

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Eat the Frog? What Does that Mean? How Does It Relate to Productivity?

There is a quote, often attributed to Bill Gates, that generally says most people underestimate what they can do in a year, but overestimate what they can get done in shorter timeframes. […]

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What is Burnout and How Do We Know If We Or Our Team Is in Danger of Burnout or Its Effects

Ever hear someone (or yourself) say, “I’m burned out?” Chances are if you’re living and breathing in today’s world you have heard that said many times, or have even caught yourself saying […]

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Beating Burnout: Strategies for Reducing or Relieving Signs and Symptoms of Burnout

Recently, we talked about why or how burnout can be serious, as well as signs and symptoms of burnout. In this article, we are going to share some strategies for beating burnout, […]

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How to Make Tough Decisions in Tough Times

No doubt, times are tough. It seems like every day brings new challenges and not just new additional challenges, but novel challenges that we really haven’t dealt with in the past. With […]

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Personal Responsibility Is the Name of the Game When It Comes to Your Success

As business owners (or even if we are not owners but are leaders in our organization), we often off-handedly say that we, “…take responsibility” for the things that happen in our company. […]

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Leading from a Distance: Maintaining Leadership with Remote Teams

The conversation regarding “remote teams” was gaining attention even prior to COVID but the frequency and intensity of this conversation has definitely amped up recently. In a recent survey by Gallup, 59% […]

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