Regardless of how well or poorly your business operates, there isn't a single component of it that can't be improved upon - right now. The Business Process Improvement (BPI) method is a set of direct strategies for identifying and eliminating redundancies, streamlining daily operations and interactions, erasing costly errors and unnecessary expenditures, and responding quickly to changing needs.
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This breakthrough book suggests a completely different approach for improving a marriage and dispels the myth that repairing a relationship is necessarily a 2-person task. She shows that making changes in your marriage by yourself is an effective and a low-stress strategy. Based on the premise that what you do in a relationship changes how you feel about it, Page shows you how you can take individual action that will result in mutual strength and happiness.Step by step, Page demonstrates that the secret to a thriving marriage is finding the balance between taking care of yourself and extending good will to your partner. Through a series of experiments, she introduces the concept of Loving Leadership and presents a range of solo strategies for creating harmony in a marriage, including how to: develop fresh perspectives about your relationship; Overcome resentment and moving beyond blame; and how to recapture lost intimacy.With tangible goals, you can work through your own frustrations to arrive at new thinking and new actions to solve major problems - one at a time. For anyone in a relationship that needs major repairs - or just a little TLC - here is the ultimate do-it-yourself guide.
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Relationship expert Susan Page asks one of life’s most puzzling questions: If I’m so wonderful, why am I still single? And she answers it in a fully revised and updated edition of her classic book first published twelve years ago. Full of Susan’s own brand of relationship advice and with a new foreword that specifically addresses love and dating in the new millennium, If I’m So Wonderful, Why Am I Still Single? helps singles sweep aside popular excuses for not finding a mate.
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Johnny Paynter flees Denver to escape being hanged for a murder he didn't commit. Posing as his recently deceased brother, Mark, Johnny discovers that Mark's mail-order bride is on her way to be wed. Seeing no other option, Johnny makes a fateful decision to go through with the wedding - as Mark.
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Donald Trump is planning to appoint son-in-law Jared Kushner to a presidential advisory position, aides said Monday, arguing that nepotism laws do not apply to White House appointees.
"Trump to Name Son-In-Law Jared Kushner as Special Adviser" is from the January 09, 2017 Politics section of USA Today. It was written by David Jackson and Susan Page and narrated by Mark Ashby.
Trayvon Martin's parents aren't convinced much progress has been made on racial justice since the Florida teenager was killed five years ago in a shooting that helped fuel the Black Lives Matter movement, but they say at least his death reignited a national conversation about it.
"Trayvon Martin's Parents, Five Years After His Shooting, Weigh Political Bids" is from the January 29, 2017 News section of USA Today. It was written by Susan Page and narrated by Mark Ashby.
Consider the attributes of other modern senators who have risen to positions of outsized influence. Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts was a soaring orator and the heir to a political dynasty.
"Appreciation: Harry Reid Has Come a Long Way From Searchlight" is from the December 31, 2016 Politics section of USA Today. It was written by Susan Page and narrated by Paige McKinney.
It was little more than eight years ago and three miles away that Barack Obama embraced the promise of his presidency, addressing a jubilant crowd in Chicago's Grant Park at a victory celebration on election night 2008.
"Analysis: Keep Hope Alive? Obama Defends His Presidency" is from the January 11, 2017 News section of USA Today. It was written by Susan Page and narrated by Mark Ashby.
On the theory that it's never too early to launch the next campaign, the new USA Today/Suffolk University Poll has identified an overwhelming front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020.
President Trump gets high marks for leadership amid growing economic optimism, a new USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll finds, but questions about his temperament and his tweets have cost him the political boost that a president traditionally gets from that good news.
"USA TODAY Poll: Tweets and Temperament Are Tripping up President Trump" is from the March 07, 2017 News section of USA Today. It was written by Susan Page and narrated by Mark Ashby.
As President Trump prepares to detail his legislative agenda in his first speech to Congress on Tuesday, the voters who helped elect him have agendas of their own. They have high hopes for how the new president is going to affect their lives — from boosting their small businesses by reducing regulations to shortening wait times to get an appointment with a Veterans Administration doctor.
"Great Expectations: Trump Voters Expect Him to Deliver for Them" is from the February 27, 2017 News section of USA Today. It was written by Joshua Hafner and Susan Page and narrated by Mark Ashby.
Just after noon on Friday, the real-estate mogul and reality TV star will be sworn in as the nation's 45th president amid fiercer controversy and bigger protests than any incoming commander in chief in modern times. Even during economic depression and world war, civil rights struggles and Vietnam protests, presidential transitions typically have been marked by a sense of national unity and goodwill, even if it doesn't last long.
"Analysis: The Task and the Test for Trump's Inaugural Address" is from the January 19, 2017 News section of USA Today. It was written by Susan Page and narrated by Paige McKinney.
One month after his inauguration, President Trump has seen his approval ratings sag and the political divisions of his election deepen.
"No Honeymoon: One Month in, Trump's Approval Ratings Are Lagging" is from the February 20, 2017 News section of USA Today. It was written by Susan Page and narrated by Mark Ashby.
New presidents typically start with a flurry of actions designed to demonstrate to supporters and opponents alike that they will deliver on their campaign promises, and that there is a new guy in charge.
But never in modern times — a phrase that Donald Trump has made familiar in his opening 10 days in the White House — has there been a whirlwind of action that has so disrupted the political order.
"Analysis: Trump's Start Creates Chaos by Doing What He Promised" is from the January 29, 2017 News section of USA Today. It was written by Susan Page and narrated by Mark Ashby.
In his first news conference as president-elect, on the morning after reports of unsubstantiated allegations that Russia held compromising personal information about him, Trump breezed and bulldozed his way through a barrage of questions.
"First Take: Amid Explosive Controversy, Trump Goes on Offense" is from the January 11, 2017 News section of USA Today. It was written by Susan Page and narrated by Mark Ashby.
Donald Trump's tweetstorm charging without evidence that the election included "millions" of illegal voters is just the latest reminder of how distinctive his emerging presidency promises to be.
President-elect Donald Trump, huddling at his New Jersey golf resort with an eclectic procession of potential officials for his emerging administration, is determined to tackle the repeal of President Obama's signature health-care legislation as soon as he's inaugurated, Vice President-elect Mike Pence said Sunday.
Start with the first female nominee of a major party in the 240-year history of the United States; Democrat Hillary Clinton now leads in a campaign that could smash what she famously dubbed "the highest, hardest glass ceiling."
The late, legendary Texas Democrat Robert Strauss used to caution allies that, in politics, things were never as good as they seemed or as bad as they seemed.
"Good News for the GOP: Most Clinton Voters Say They'll Split Their Ticket" is from the September 01, 2016 News section of The USA Today. It was written by Susan Page and narrated by Paige McKinney .