ReddingITPro

Technical Blog of Jason Olson

If it sounds too good to be true…

A new business associate of ours was recently presented the opportunity to partner with one of the largest green-tech companies in Silicon Valley, or so he thought. The closing of

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Don’t forget the person

This will be a bit different than you first might expect. This is about lessons learned about not forgetting the people in your life…away from the office. As I read

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Time Management

I just completed reviewing How To Manage Your Time and it included a list of great time management tips. All very valuable. What hit me the most was the last one: Closed

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Bob Parson’s 16 Rules

While I am not a big fan of Bob Parson, I ran across this list of 16 Rules which make a whole lot of sense. Here they are by title, but for

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Building your legal team

Going hand-and-hand with spending money to save time, it is important to begin building your legal team before you find yourself in any specific need for them. That way, when a crisis

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The business plan (part 1)

I made a new network connection yesterday with a sales agent at a housing development who was thinking about starting his own business. He had tried before but it failed

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Building Relationship

As we’ve gone through the years of building our small business, it has become abundantly clear that meeting and knowing the right people is the cause of many successes in

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Spend money to save time

There is an adage which many company’s continually contend with: at points we will spend time to save money, at others spending money to save time… During various stages, typically

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Employees

The adventures begin when a person moves from a sole proprietorship to a company with multiple employees. The adage of “slow-to-hire, quick-to-fire” somehow becomes muddled and reversed! Making the first

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Customer Service

In business, it is absolutely critical to ensure that from a legal perspective, that liability is always minimized. When possible, that the liability is left squarely (to whatever extent possible) on the customer. However,

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