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When Complexity Reigns … Stop, Simplify, Refocus

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Have you ever been overwhelmed by complexity or by having too many items on your project or to do list in the printing industry?

The feeling you get when you think you have to do it all can make your life seem very complex, and you know the next item added to your list just might drive you through the roof.

There is a way to regain that sense of clarity and simplicity that allows you to refocus your efforts.

Here is a process for regaining the level of simplicity that allows you to accomplish your most important goals:

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Five Ways to Avoid the Comparison Trap

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Have you ever thought about how comparison can trap you in the print industry? When we compare ourselves to others, we put ourselves in a trap of thinking “I am not good enough” or “I am not making enough progress.” Instead, we need to avoid the comparison trap to maintain a state of contentment with ourselves.

I am not saying that we should stay away from healthy comparison by looking at what others are achieving as a benchmark or a learning opportunity. However, to use others as a measure of your own self-worth can not only deal your self-esteem a blow, but can also keep you from setting a unique course that makes you different from others.

Here are five ways to help you avoid the comparison trap in the print industry:

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Five Ways to Become a Print Master

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Do you have a fire burning within you to be the best in the print industry in your geographic area, whether that’s the best CEO, the best salesperson, or the best customer service representative?

Do you want to become the best you can be to reach your full potential for your family, your customers and yourself?

If so, then here are some ideas to help you become the print master you desire to become.

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Build Better Customer Relationships to Drive More Revenue

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Have you ever thought about ways you can build better customer relationships? Either with either your current customers or your prospects in your print business?

There are a number of ways to do this beyond the five ways in this blog post.

However, I have found that these five have had a profound impact on my personal ability to build print customer relationships. Read more