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WLE Newsletter: The Exchange - Spring 2010

Monday, March 14, 2011  
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WLE Newsletter: The Exchange - Spring 2010

February/March 2011 Volume 9 • Issue 1 

"A New Definition of Success”
Most businesses and professionals measure their success in terms of how much their revenues, salaries and bonuses have increased from year to year. WLE thinks that it’s a good time to acknowledge our success differently. We believe that this is the year to create a new definition of success. This issue we’ll explore some of the ways of creating success for your business and yourself in the new economy.

A New Definition of Success… The Formula for Business Success
By John Spence, Managing Partner, John Spence LLC
Presented By American Express OPEN
To me, the absolute most powerful marketing strategy is to run a really great business that your customers love and tell all of their friends and family about. All the ads and social media effort in the world cannot overcome poor quality or lackluster customer service. That is why for the past 17 years, my career has focused exclusively on studying the fundamental elements of business success. Read full article.

NEW STRATEGIES FOR THE NEW ECONOMY A New Definition of Success… How Your Credit Impacts Your Success
By Jeanne Kelly
Can your credit score determine how successful you are in your business and in your personal life? Yes, it can. Jean Kelly of the Kelly Group created a quiz to determine how successful you are when it comes to your credit score. Take the quiz.

A New Definition of Success… Your Loyal Customers are Your Best Source of New Business
By Gail Goodman, CEO, Constant Contact
Want to know where to find your next new customer? Take a look at your current customers. Thanks to tools like social media, your loyal and passionate customers can easily share their great experience or your compelling content with their friends, family, and extended network. The more you can empower your customers to talk about you, the greater the likelihood that some of those people are going to check you out. Read full article.

A New Definition of Success…. Law in Support of Mothers’ Success in the Workplace.
Most working moms may not realize that in January 2007 the New York State Legislature passed the Expressing at Work Bill. Employers are required to provide reasonable time and private space to their employees who wish to express milk during the workday. New York joined a long list of states that offer protections to nursing mothers in the workplace. Read full article.

A New Definition of Success... Selling to your Customers Differently
By Colleen Stanley
Fashions change, seasons change and so do customer needs. So when is the last time your company looked at your sales process to determine it was keeping up to date with the times? The information age has dramatically changed how businesses compete. Small businesses look and act big. New ideas are copied quickly and lead to service and products looking like everyone else. Customers have more options than ever before with access to the internet. The market has changed….has your sales approach? Read full article.

DID YOU KNOW? According to seasonally unadjusted data released this month by the Labor Department, women held the majority of nonfarm payroll jobs in January. It was the recession that finally pushed women into the majority. Is this a new definition of success for women? You decide. Read full article.

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