Small and Home Business Carnival – December 2008

We have a large and varied number of articles in this edition of the blog carnival. Hopefully, you’ll find some welcome advice amongst these excellent submissions … Happy reading.

  • Steve Holder presents Guide to Non-Disclosure Agreements posted at Intellectual Property Advisor – Before discussing sensitive business matters with employees or business associates, you should know whether you need a Non-Disclosure Agreement to protect your business. Learn what an NDA is for and how to use it appropriately.

  • Will Edwards presents The 4 Ps of Service Strategy posted at ITIL V3 Talk – The 4 Ps of Service Strategy (after Mintzberg) are as follows: Perspective, Plan, Position and Patterns – at least according to ITIL v3. A Strategy can be any of these things or, indeed, any mixture of them.
  • Tony Huynh presents 8 Ways to Make Your Goal a Certainty posted at – People will allow themselves to be pushed around and bullied in order to remain comfortable. People will act in a painful situation to ease the pain or remove the source of that pain. Security and comfort is not afforded by a job, it is provided by your ability to produce.
  • Ralph Jean-Paul presents How To Become a People Person posted at Potential 2 Success – “All things being equal people will do business with people they like. All things not being equal, they still will. Learn to become a people person and become better in relationship, leadership, and influence in every part of business and life.”
  • Wayne John presents UserVoice is a Better Way to Obtain Customer Feedback posted at Wayne John – If you value feedback from your users, or simply want to give them an easy, professional way to let you know what they think, then you need to look at UserVoice. This is the best feedback tool I’ve seen. If you run a blog or web site, you need to look at this!
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  1. Thanks for hosting – and for including my article!

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