Howard Lewinter Articles by: Howard Lewinter

4 Ideas To Improve Your Business

4 Ideas To Improve Your Business
By September 10, 2015 Social Selling

Let’s establish something about being in business:

It’s doesn’t matter what business you’re in – B2B or B2C.  It could be digital marketing, software, construction, manufacturing or any other industry these two points hold true: Read more ›

How Well Do You Know The People You Work With?

How Well Do You Know The People You Work With?

In business, for success, there should be a natural flow to things. Perhaps you notice it when a business deal just comes together or when you attend a business meeting where the conversation and ideas just keep coming or as you go through your day everything just happens as it should and on schedule. Read more ›

3 Strategies To Run Your Business Like A Boeing 747

3 Strategies To Run Your Business Like A Boeing 747

The progress technology has made over the past century is truly incredible.

For example, let’s look at the modern day history of the airplane, which has become so common to seeing in the skies as it is to cars on the road each day. Read more ›

2 Important Questions To Ask For Business Success

2 Important Questions To Ask For Business Success

Do you know what business you are in?

You may answer: software, creative, manufacturing, construction, financial, legal or accounting, to name a few. Read more ›

3 Reasons Why CEOs Fail

3 Reasons Why CEOs Fail
By August 15, 2014 Sales, Social Business

In today’s business marketplace, many businesses come and go. When a business fails, or finds itself in troubled waters, the question often asked is: Why did the CEO fail?

There is a universal, common factor as to why so many CEOs fail: They don’t understand what business they are in.

You see, it’s not the obvious answer one would think it to be. So let’s take a closer look at 3 reasons why CEOs fail and how they contribute to a company’s success – or failure. Read more ›

3 Questions To Ask Yourself Every Business Day

3 Questions To Ask Yourself Every Business Day

If you are a fan of professional football and you watch the game on television, you’ve probably seen this: The player scores a touchdown in the end zone and starts dancing all around. The player starts showing off as if he’s never made a touchdown before and lets the emotion of the event go to his head. Instead of acting like scoring touchdowns is just what he and his team does, he acts like it’s an extraordinary event instead of it being just another day of playing great football.   Read more ›