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    A Shift in the Blog

    In the past few weeks, I’ve neglected to blog about anything. For those of you subscribed to my feed, you’ll notice the del.icio.us daily updates, but no one has seen anything remotely resembling a true post. The reason I’ve been lax is because my current contracts are really taking up the majority of my time. However, I’ve shifted some priorities

    First Post from Live Writer

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    Independent Consultant IT Resources

    A few weeks ago, I decided to make a career change. This change calls for me to give up the wonderful use of a corporate IT budget to pay for Exchange, SharePoint, and a “free” laptop. In the space of a few days, I turned in a Windows Mobile cell phone and Tablet PC, too. You can imagine the feeling

    Hiring a Great Designer – Knowing People

    With most of the work we build these days concentrating on software development and IT strategy, it never hurts to read about the power of relationships and personal interaction. How to Choose a Designer lists the basics of picking anyone to work with: Enthusiasm Experience Flexibility Speed Trust IMHO, trust is the most important. Without it, all else can be

    Ever Hired the Wrong Sales Person

    I have. I failed at it every time when I hired a person specifically for sales. However, when I hired someone for another position and migrated that person into a sales position, we found mutual success. Jim Berkowitz’s CRM blog cites an article from Selling Power. His post is a good intro to the lengthier article and excellent for those

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