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Marjorie Adams

Marjorie Adams is president/CEO of Fourlane, a firm that improves the efficiency of client accounting departments.

Stories by Marjorie Adams:

5 Ways Hiring an HR Professional Sets You Up for Growth

From preventing turnover to advising you on employment law.

How to Find Out What You’re Actually Spending on Customer Acquisition

Knowing could mean the difference between growing your business and going out of business.

How to Share Personal News in the Professional Sphere

When you have big news to share with your employees, it’s important to show them that it’s going to be business as usual.

Do You Really Need to Apply for Another Business Award?

Some awards cost money to apply and have a lengthy application process. But will they add any real credibility to your business?

The Unofficial Job Title Every Business Consultant Holds

Like therapists, you need to reassure your clients and get to the root of the problem.

Is There a Time When Leaders Should Show Their Emotions?

Showing your strength as a business owner doesn’t mean maintaining a poker face at all times.

How to Successfully Rename Your Business

Renaming your business means giving up any equity you had in your old brand — but the benefits can outweigh the drawbacks.

How to Address Client Issues Head On

Not every project will be a breeze. Take this advice while what you’re working on is still manageable.

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