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Tastebuds: Chubby's Barbeque in Emmitsburg gets a gold medal for tasteFebruary 22, 2018 - Frederick News Post
The owner's one concern is that the restaurant still doesn't have much of a presence in Frederick, where residents might not think to head north for southern-style barbecue. If that's the case, I'd recommend a trip up U.S. 15 to try it out. Caulfield...
Houston BBQ contest full of fun, flavor and hospitalityMarch 2, 2018 - Kansas City Star (blog)
Go Big may sound like a cliché, but in Texas, and most certainly in Houston, it's an attitude that plays out in reality. Metro Houston's 6.3 million residents is more than double the population of Kansas and exceeds the population of Missouri. The...
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The Magic of Working SmarteriUniverse. 2006
Why do so many of us believe that working harder will lead us to our goals and dreams? Working too hard often leads to burnout, poor health, strained relationships and a loss of balance and passion. Invest your time doing the things you love to do and delegate the other "stuff." Ignite your passion again. Being more successful, personally and professionally involves implementing a few good habits. Working smarter can create better results and provide balance in your life. In The Magic of Working Smarter, author Neil Wood simplifies the repeatable process that successful salespeople implement in their life. The valuable lessons in The Magic of Working Smarter will not only help you rediscover the fun and passion you once had in your career but also to become more victorious in all areas...
Information-Driven BusinessJohn Wiley & Sons. 2010
Information doesn't just provide a window on the business, increasingly it is the business. The global economy is moving from products to services which are described almost entirely electronically. Even those businesses that are traditionally associated with making things are less concerned with managing the manufacturing process (which is largely outsourced) than they are with maintaining their intellectual property. Information-Driven Business helps you to understand this change and find the value in your data. Hillard explains techniques that organizations can use and how businesses can apply them immediately. For example, simple changes to the way data is described will let staff support their customers much more quickly; and two simple measures let executives know whether they...