Although they have lived in close proximity to each other for many
years, Tony Dilluvio and Joe Pierorazio did not know each other until
they met at Aqua Turf, an irrigation contracting firm in Elmsford, New
There’s no doubt that Facebook participation can be an asset to any
business. the question is how you can use it to promote your company,
yet be sure your team members are cautious in the way they use it? What
should the owner and office manager post? Where is the line between
personal and professional? Knowing the good, the bad and the ugly of
Facebook for business, your company can take full advantage of this tool
and watch your business grow.
When Ersek was 12 years old, he wanted a dirt bike motorcycle, but his dad wouldn’t buy it for him. “My dad told me I could have anything I wanted; I just had to work hard and save my money,” he said. “I was really eager to get a job so I could buy my motorcycle."
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Not being “the type to focus on a four-year degree,” Benson attended King’s College in Charlotte, North Carolina, following high school graduation in 1979. It was a school that offered a fast-track certificate course in business. “I knew I wanted to be an entrepreneur, but didn’t know in what area.
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In 1987, Wayne Miller, was heading up his own consulting firm when Century Rain Aid, with eight branches in four states, offered him a position. They were looking for someone who could develop and implement the business and computer systems that would enable the company to continue growing.
For Peter Lord, and his software company Drafix, in Kansas City,
Missouri, that “one thing” is the integrated CAD design/
photo-imaging/proposal software program “PRO Landscape.” “We do one thing, we just do one thing, and we only want to do one
thing,” says Lord. “We don’t want to be a company that does eight
different things and ends up giving all of them short shrift.”