Posts Tagged ‘business’

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Improve Your Business by Becoming a Servant-Leader

Servant leadership helps accomplish goals for your organization in the best way possible. By Jon Dwoskin Conversations can be such a great breeding ground for life lessons. Those life lessons can be used in our businesses, because our business should be an extension of ourselves. One of the best lessons I ever learned came through…

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Equinox Fitness Clubs Comes to Michigan

Talking business and Detroit with Judy Turchin, COO of Equinox Fitness Clubs. By Adam Finkel A month ago, Equinox Fitness Clubs opened its first Michigan location in Bloomfield Hills. Equinox Executive Chairman Harvey Spevak said, “Equinox was founded on the premise that fitness can power, and empower, a community of high-performance individuals, and Bloomfield Hills…

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Build Your Business Wisely, Nothing Lasts Forever

Are you building a business that will last? [media-credit name=”Business Matters” align=”aligncenter” width=”395″][/media-credit] The strong U.S. economy has brought prosperity to many in the business community. As a result, most companies and industries have enjoyed significant growth. But all good things, unfortunately, come to an end. The same holds true in business. Markets are cyclical.…

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Leah Gottlieb Passes Away

November 17, 2012 Israeli businesswoman and fashion pioneer Leah Gottlieb passes away at the age of 94 in her Tel-Aviv home.  Gottlieb, known as the “queen of Israeli fashion” was the chief designer and co-founder together with her husband Armin of Gottex, a company known all over the world for its swimsuit designs. Gottlieb was…

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Environmental Champions

Windsor chain wins award for giving back to community, environment. Ron Stang Special to the Jewish News Southern Ontario’s largest furniture company may be known for its expansive stores in five cities and, in hometown Windsor, its deep roots in the community, stretching back 93 years. What is less well known is its significant charitable…

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Take Time to Make Time

The best two minutes you’ll ever spend. [media-credit name=”Business Matters” align=”alignleft” width=”262″][/media-credit] When I go into companies, I always notice how everyone is rushing. They’re running a hundred miles an hour. They’re working on a project and before they have to report out, they’re racing into the room saying, “Who’s gonna do what?” There’s a…

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Being Consistently Consistent: Your Secret Sauce

[media-credit name=”Business Matters” align=”aligncenter” width=”492″][/media-credit] We’ve all asked ourselves the same questions over and over: What is my path forward? What am I passionate about? How can I take that to the next level and make it my life? How can I start my own company or grow my current business? These can seem downright…

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Think Like A CEO

Jon Dwoskin Please listen to my words: Regardless of your title, how many people you manage, your position in the company, the salary you make, the amount (or lack thereof) of equity and/or ownership you have in the business, you are the CEO of your own business. You may work for someone else on paper,…

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Align, Act & Adjust

I don’t know about you, but I always enjoy a movie, TV show or book where I see a glimpse of the ending and then go back in time to the beginning of the story. I like this approach because I know where everything is headed regardless of all the twists and turns in the…

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A Modern Twist On Boxing

Jessica Verona Special to the Jewish News Rebel Fitness opens in Bloomfield Twp. Boutique boxing studio Rebel Fitness opened its doors on April 20 in Bloomfield Township, and owners Noah Dorfman, 36, and Michelle Landry, 32, couldn’t be more excited. The couple, both natives of Bloomfield Hills, maintain that their new venture is a perfect…

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