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Executive Profile – Wes Naylor

Leadership, Profiles

Coe & Naylor Group Wes Naylor, President Company Name: Coe & Naylor Group Executive Title: President and Managing Partner location: Winter Park, FL Website: coenaylor.com When you meet Captain Frank “Wes” Naylor III for the first time, you may be…

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Impression Management

Leadership, Management

Avoiding the Pitfall [By Jeff Piersall] We often bemoan, “You can’t live with people and you can’t live without them.”  Unless you’re a hermit, you are involved with people, starting with a mom or dad. The problem with people is…

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Business Plan to Business Model

Leadership, Management

The Evolution of Successful Business Planning [By Dr. Peter McAlindon] I learned early on in my entrepreneurial journey that neither an idea nor a product was a business. But how many of us focus on building and perfecting a product…

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Cultivating a Culture of Mentorship

Business, Leadership

By: Carrie Stevenson As a law firm, Widerman Malek prides itself on providing exceptional service to its clients. But their commitment to excellence does not end with effective legal representation. Each of Widerman Malek’s 23 attorneys is firmly invested in…

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A Team Built on Innovation

Featured, Leadership, Profiles, Women in Business

Novel Engineering Starting something new can be a scary journey, especially when it’s your own business. Creating a business plan, obtaining funding, recruiting talent, the list goes on. Very quickly it can become overwhelming and clouds of hazy uncertainty can…

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Dog’s Dont Bark at Parked Cars

Leadership

Five Fundamentals for Success [By Jeff Piersall] There are thousands of books and hundreds of motivational speakers that can describe a formula for success.  When you whittle them all down to the basics, these five just seem to always show…

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Leadership Greatness

Leadership

[by JeffPiersall] “Competitive Greatness is being your best when your best is needed” – John Wooden Coach Wooden’s philosophy was to focus entirely on the individual becoming their absolute best; winning was the result of being your absolute best.  If the…

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