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In contract negotiations, commercial professionals usually start with their most preferred or best position. This practice is very often the right one, but you should not get tunnel vision and take only that route all the time. It can sometimes be counter-productive or even fatal to a deal. Here are 4 specific situations where you might start with a different position.
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09/12/12 17:20 Filed in: Technology
I tried to find a simple download counter that I could plug in to my website to keep track of files downloaded. The best I could find was people asking for them and also a couple ones that were either too simple or too complex for my use. So I created one. You can find it on my software page.
07/12/12 11:19 Filed in: Technology
I wanted a way to show my latest tweet at the top of the pages on my website. I searched around and found a number of options, the best seemed to be PHP but I could only find a simplistic script that often showed errors. I modified it to make it robust and reliable , and anyone can plug it in on their web page. You can find it on my software page.
01/12/12 18:01 Filed in: Business
Professional services firms often have an approach to resource allocation based on the fallacy that resources are unlimited. Qualified people, as resources, are finite and scarce. You need a strategy that recognises that, improving service to your best customers and increasing your revenue and profits.
After probably a decade with Register.com and no real Web hosting provider, I moved everything to GoDaddy yesterday. It seems to be the most popular and I can’t be asked to do that much research. I was really looking for somewhere that would work well with RapidWeaver which I’ve started using for Website creation, both personal and business. Let’s see if I’m still happy with GoDaddy and RapidWeaver after a few months.