Author Archive | Barry Moltz

4 Signs That The Time Is Right To Sell Your Business

This post is contributed by Jason Dirkham Your business is your baby. You’ve nurtured it from a tiny spark of inspiration to a thriving enterprise with your very own phalanx of employees. You feel an enormous sense of accomplishment in what your business has achieved and personal pride in the apart you’ve played to get […]

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My Eulogy from My Father’s Memorial Service

Alan Moltz 1933-2018 How do you measure the life of a man? My father was a great man by any measure that children can remember their dads by. He was great because he was a fantastic father. He was the dad that all the kids wanted when I was growing up. Because instead of working […]

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Is Business Chat Software Really Private?

In the age of electronic communication, is business chat software private? Can anyone assume that they are having a private electronic conversation at work? Office chat applications like Microsoft Teams or  Slack can seem very personal and private. In fact, participants typically act like that when they are typing the most personal comments. But are […]

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Social Media Marketing- Now on Demand!

The internet has proven itself to be a wonderful medium for sales, and social media is the most fertile frontier in the infinite internet. At least, it is in theory: most small businesses (and many large ones) still don’t understand how social media can score them more customers and profits. If you’re sick of feeling […]

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Do You Have a Fireball of Greed?

There’s an incredible story in the New York Times of a greedy, power-driven stock market trader who gave it all up. Sam Polk wrote about his journey that started in college and ended as the head of a non-profit, with a profitable stop on Wall Street on the way there.  What makes his story amazing and a […]

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Misspell wisely

It seems counter-intuitive, but sometimes it’s okay to be casual in business communication. But it’s important to know when it’s appropriate. I’m very busy, so my emails can be quite casual and quick. I might respond with just a couple of words, but that’s usually to people I already know. If I’m contacting someone for […]

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