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  It is perhaps the most important thing in the long-term growth of your business: culture. And culture is the result of strong, intentional efforts. But culture can come from small things too. I was recently listening to a radio program and the host suggested...

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  I recently got into a discussion online about the limits of Google. And while Google has done an amazing job indexing information - so good that most people rarely use their competitor - it does have limits. So I wanted to take a few minutes so we could think...

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