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Best reward credit cards for consulting

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Best reward credit cards for consulting – American Express Platinum vs. Chase Sapphire Reserve Disclaimer: Management Consulted is not paid to promote certain credit cards. All opinions are strictly those of the MC Team. Back in college, there was a … Continue Reading. The post Best reward credit cards for consulting appeared first on Management Consulted. consulting travel

Ken Iverson's Plain Talk

Strategy+Business

The management philosophy of the CEO who disrupted Big Steel is as relevant today as it was 20 years ago

A Consultant’s best reward credit cards compete

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A Consultant’s best reward credit cards compete – American Express Platinum vs. Chase Sapphire Reserve Disclaimer: Management Consulted is not paid to promote certain credit cards. All opinions are strictly those of the MC Team. Back in college, there was … Continue Reading. The post A Consultant’s best reward credit cards compete appeared first on Management Consulted. consulting travel

Ken Iverson's Plain Talk

Strategy+Business

The management philosophy of the CEO who disrupted Big Steel is as relevant today as it was 20 years ago

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The Weekly Independent: January 7, 2019

MBO Partners

News and notes for independent professionals and their clients. This is the January 7, 2019 edition

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The exhaust fan

Seth Godin Blog

In our office, the kitchen exhaust fan blows the smoke from the cooktop–back into the kitchen. It’s a closed loop, a palliative, a noisy device that doesn’t do much except make you feel like at least you’re trying. Most of the exhaust fans in our lives are actually part of a closed system. The detritus, pain or actions we share don’t go very far away before they turn around and head back toward us