20/20 Vision, Part 2

Gitomer, Jeffrey
July 2012
Mobile Beat;Jul2012, Issue 143, p62
The article provides information on the different elements that can help businesses. It says that blogging is a personal way to convey stories, ideas and thoughts. According to the author, the key to winning on value over price is to differentiate in the mind of the customer. The importance of family support to a business and the ways to understand creativity are also discussed.


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