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Dr Paul E Adams

Dr Paul E Adams, Professor Emeritus Business, Ramapo College of New Jersey & Retired Entrepreneur, Syndicated Columnist, Host of the access cable TV program "Tri -State Movers and Shakers," and Author of Fail-Proof Your Business, Available @ Amazon Dot Com.

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Articles by Dr Paul E Adams

Farewell from Dr. Paul Adams

December 31st, 2005

Dr. Paul Adam's columns have helped our readers going back almost as far as CanadaOne's inception in 1998. Today Paul lays down his proverbial pen and says farewell to those who have read his column over the years.

Expect to Get Half as Much and Take Twice as Long!

October 31st, 2005

Think you're ready to test your mettle and retire into starting a business? Dr. Paul Adams outlines a simple test will help you determine whether this is a great idea or pending disaster.

Do I Want to Own My Own Business?

September 30th, 2005

Before you take the giant leap of starting your own business, be sure that you are happy with your answers to the questions in this article.

Big Deals May Be Disappointing

August 31st, 2005

Don't let the dream of the "big deal" get in the way of your success. In this article Dr. Paul Adams explains how chasing unrealistic dreams can destroy a business.

Are You Losing Interest in Your Business?

June 30th, 2005

The start-up phase in business is filled with risks, excitement, fears, hope and passion. But what should you do if you find yourself growing bored as your business stabilizes? Dr. Paul Adams offers advice that will help you you rekindle your passion for business.

Selling is for the Stubborn

May 31st, 2005

Albert K was ready to give up on his career because of his dread of cold calling. These tips from will help Albert and other entrepreneurs who find themselves in a similar situation, overcome their fear of unsolicited selling.

Before You Hire Anyone Write a Job Description

March 31st, 2005

Whether you plan to hire a summer student of full time employee, these tips will help you select the person who is best for your business.

Make the Look of Your Business a Look of Success

February 28th, 2005

Think that business clutter or a messy office won't affect your business' performance? Think again. In this article Dr. Paul Adams explains why the appearance of your business matters.

Business Partnerships Need Pre-Nuptial Agreements

January 31st, 2005

Before you finalize that partnership deal you need to complete a written partnership agreement. Here is what you will want to include in that document.

Lessons in Leadership: Managing Disappointment

December 31st, 2004

Disappointment happens. You cannot dodge it, you cannot prevent it, but you can deal with it in a productive and successful manner. In this article Dr. Paul Adams looks at our reactions to disappointments and the impact this has on our businesses.

Ask for Your Money or Fail!

November 30th, 2004

If you dislike nudging slow paying customers, you had better get over it or you may have to get out of business. Here are some effective ways to rein in overdue accounts.

Decision Making A Must for Success

October 31st, 2004

As a leader your are required to make decisions like it or not. If you hate to choose or live in fear of making a mistake, sharpening your decision skills is just one more hurdle you must over come as you work to become a successful entrepreneur.

Twelve Lessons in Leadership: Communicate With Clarity

August 31st, 2004

Leadership Lesson #2: When people do not understand what you mean you are at fault, not the reader or listener. This installment looks at how plain language communication can improve relations with both your customers and employees.

Twelve Lessons in Leadership: Be Consistent

August 31st, 2004

Leadership Lesson #3: Good leaders bring integrity to the work they do. A large part of that comes from consistent and honest communication. Here are some examples of why this is important.

Twelve Lessons in Leadership: Lead with Simplicity

August 31st, 2004

Leadership Lesson #4: Successful leadership does not rest on complicated systems or theories. This article looks at five simple truths that can help you build better teams and work more effectively.