Starting this week I’ve decided to to post links to the top 7 articles (in no particular order) I find each week, hence the “Weekly 7”. Why 7? So that you can have at least one article to look at each day. So without further ado:
Confessions of a Car Salesman
A journalist goes undercover as a car salesman and tells us about his day to day experiences. Very informative and detailed. He really conveys the car salesman culture so that it’s more understandable to outsiders.
Implementation is more important than idea
Ideas are a dime a dozen, it’s the 99% perspiration (implementation) that will get you there.
10 Stupid Mistakes Made by the Newly Self-Employed
Some very common mistakes made by those who are self-employed. I personally believe that it also applies to pretty much every business.
Warren Buffett gives away his fortune
Warren Buffett stated to the world this week that he was going to give away 85% of his wealth (which is a tremendous amount considering he’s the second richest man in the world). 5/6th of it will go to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Perception A Reality In The Customer Service Experience
Bottom Line: Consider how your customers perceive you, your business, and your employees. Then do something about it.
How much Traffic does Being Ranked 1 on Google Bring?
The 80/20 rule applies to SEO (Search Engine Optimzation). Someone has a 60% difference in traffic between position 1 and 2 in the Google search results.
What’s a buyer to do?
This article shows the importance of creating an common connection with the seller of a property. Sometimes this connection can result in getting a property without being the highest bid.