strategy-novelty
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Ideas: Novelty or Core Strategy?

Why Do  Some Companies Treat Ideas as Novelty Instead of Core Strategy? As a consultant to many industries, sectors and businesses, this article may be somewhat of a venting rant but I think it needs to be said so we can all step back for…
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Manual vs Automatic

Of the 7 Deadly Sins, "Slothfulness" has one of the greatest appeals for modern man. "Lazy" means you don't have to do anything. But automatic has a price. You can't automate your health and exercise regime, you must do the work. You…
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Quality Confusion

A lot can be learned about business and life in general when you truly understand "Quality". The human body and the wonders of running serve as a great example. In running, you combine a mixture of long runs, intervals, fartlek (continuous…
internet marketing, seo, scott groves
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Internet Marketing Strategy and Common Sense

Are people getting too "techy" for their own good? The battle for top rankings in Google is fierce - no doubt about it. There are certain keywords that people are paying a fortune for. You can burn through thousands in a couple of hours on…
Learn | Grow | Improve | ScottGroves.com
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Learn, Grow and Improve

You can re-invigorate yourself with the simple act of learning something new. Whether it be something that improves your health, your business, your mind or simply for the pure fun of it - the mental stimulation can spark surges in energy. To…
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Good Advice - How Can You Tell?

Advice is an interesting subject. How do you tell if what someone has told you is good advice or not? Well, human beings are funny creatures. And our innate process of judging and pre-judging can affect ourselves more than we know. Imagine…

Is Automatic Success Just Theory?

My question to you... If human beings are creatures of habit, and our habits create automatic actions that we engage in without any conscious thought, then isn't every human being programmed for automatic success? Even if our programming…