Dec 272011
 

It’s All About the Story!
Three Uses for Stories in Business

Stories are all around us and make excellent learning tools. In fact, the kindergarten classes in Arlington, MA are using stories as a new technique for teaching this year. My aunt Dorie was explaining this to us at Thanksgiving dinner how every morning the teacher reads part of a story and the kids have to draw what they hear. My aunt’s job, as a teacher’s aide, is to put the kids’ drawings into storyboard format. She said she’s very impressed how after just three months these kids can already read and write. If five year olds can reap the benefits at an early age from stories, imagine how much your business could benefit.

In Craig Wortmann’s book, What’s Your Story, (read more)
Jun 132011
 
Four Steps You Can Take to Protect You, Your Business and Your Customers from Identity Theft! 
Since identity theft is on the rise and in the news lately especially at the IRS, I thought it would be appropriate to bring this article out of the archives. It doesn’t matter what size business you are, you need to start protecting yourself.
On December 4, 2003, George W. Bush signed the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA). The problem is most businesses still don’t know this law exists, never mind that it affects them.
So what can you do about it? (read more)
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