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December 2009 Blog Posts (8)

Oh where did the old school Mechanic go!!!!!

I have been in the Industry for a long time. And one thing that I have noticed in the past five years is that all the experience in the feild of mechanic has faded away. They are all retired or getting ready to do so. This is truly a young mans game. But oh how I miss the sure hands of a true full blown well trained mature mechanic. One that will with out doubt treat your center as if it was theirs. I believe those days are long gone. As the younger mechanics rise and they truly no alot more… Continue

Added by Charles Soules on December 21, 2009 at 8:17pm — 3 Comments

A Day in The Life of The Internet

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Some of us never realize how big the internet really is or how big it has become, so being the statistical geek that I am, I thought I would share some of this with you; kind of a friendly reminder of its importance and how much you and I have to learn every day just to stay in the game.

Factoid #1: Over 210 billion emails are sent out every day…MORE THAN A WHOLE YEARS WORTH of… Continue

Added by fred kaplowitz on December 21, 2009 at 6:55am — 1 Comment

Bowling is coming back in China

In 1990's there was big boom of bowling in China. Over 20,000 lanes were built in less than 5 years. But unfortunately it was followed by a 10 years closing of centers and very few new centers were built during this period.

But now we have seen a turning point. In Shanghai city alone, 4 centers have been built since last year.

Longmarch Comsmopolitan Bowling Center is one of them. It has 12 glow lanes, bumpers, flat overhead monitors, and sofa for bowlers. Smoking is not… Continue

Added by Frank Ningbo Zhao on December 21, 2009 at 4:00am — 2 Comments


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Rajeh Sety is an entrepreneur, author and speaker based in Silicon valley. His blog is Life Beyond Code.

His recent entry on "Enrichment" is worth reading and I wanted to pass this on to you, given the spirit of the holiday season. So here it is:

"We are all on a search- a search for more meaning in our lives. Through choosing to enrich other people's lives, you add meaning to their… Continue

Added by fred kaplowitz on December 17, 2009 at 5:41am — No Comments

Lessons from Apple

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With a friend, you can talk for hours about health care, recession, housing, taxes and the environment. With all these issues (oh yes, don't forget the eye of the Tiger fiasco), is it any wonder that we seek more and more information to be more informed; to make better decisions; and to be more responsible).

But something is happening out there. Our need for information is completely and… Continue

Added by fred kaplowitz on December 11, 2009 at 5:18am — No Comments

The Voice

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You know, its hell when you're sick and when you lose your voice like I did this past week, it's hell especially if you are a marketer.

But how many of us occasionally lose our marketing voice?. Look at companies like Caldor, Montgomery Wards, Woolworth and other big box retailers that have lost their voice. They just didn't know how to talk to their customer about satisfying their customers changing… Continue

Added by fred kaplowitz on December 8, 2009 at 5:26am — No Comments

The Learner and the “J” Curve

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Leaders are not needed to maintain the status quo; managers are capable of providing that service. Leaders are needed to take an organization to a new, desired place.

A leader must be a Learner, that is, a person who is willing to challenge the assumptions, opinions and facts that have defined his (her) life and career to date. The Learner has a flexible world view, one where he (she) is able to allow… Continue

Added by Joe Schumacker on December 4, 2009 at 6:47am — No Comments

A Coupon Cornucopia

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Package goods marketers describe the distribution of free product as a way to get trial - the ability to get new purchases from non users or low users. In our industry we describe the process of getting trial as the distribution of free games.

In our business, free games are a marketing staple. We use it as a reward, as an incentive, as a gift, as a donation and as an apology.

When we get… Continue

Added by fred kaplowitz on December 4, 2009 at 6:41am — No Comments

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