I meet many people through my business networking.  Smart business owners and professionals.
They have set great goals for themselves.
And they work hard.  Yet, some are so far from reaching their goals.

Is this how you feel?
Working hard but not making much progress?
Sometime all we need is a little help to point us in the right direction.

To build a successful business there are some simple, essential rules you need to follow.
Over the next several months I will share with you some of the tips and strategies used by seasoned business men and women in achieving their dreams of success.


The foundation of a successful business is having solid, long-term business relationships.
People you trust. If I were to pick ONE essential requirement for me to be in business with someone, TRUST is a must on my list.

Here are some of the highlights coming up this month:

• Know Thyself! What kind of clients are best for you?
• How to keep them once you got them
• Money: charging fees – when it’s too much or not enough
• Socializing with Clients: Do’s and Don’ts
• Do what you say and Say what you do
• Communication including email etiquette

These and more will be part of How to Build Long-Term Business Relationships.

Ready?  Second installment on Friday.  See you then.

/Comments/in Time Money Success/by Mariana Fieraru
Mariana Fieraru
Mariana Fieraru, an Eastern European transplant, fell in love with her new home shortly after landing in New York. She "discovered" pizza! Years later she still loves pizza. And so do her two feathered-kids, Sunny and Flipper

Mariana worked on both, the east and the west coast.
Big or small, each project she worked on helped define the importance of gaining and sustaining a competitive edge in an increasingly complex business environment.

Business know-how, love of teaching and writing – all combined in 2006 to form OBI.
Its mission: to make learning fun! And easy.

Through its training, consulting, and publications OBI builds bridges of knowledge to take you from where you are to
where you want to go. Using a mix of serious, informal, analytical, and optimistic approach, OBI truly makes learning fun.

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