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Eat problems for breakfast

Posted by Dr. Jim Killgore on Apr-3

Amazing how many times businesses think “if I just leave it alone, the problem will take care of itself”. The reality is, like an infection, left alone the business will suffer. Take that problem employee who talks the company down behind the boss’ back; showing a lack of respect and “infecting” the morale of others. Do you really think it will go away? If so,see me about some swamp land for sale.
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A Win is still a WIN

Posted by J. Darien Southerland on Mar-30

I love watching water. Have you ever notice how peaceful water can be? That it has the power for life. It can feed you, nourish you and hydrate you. But water can also be deadly. Examples, Flood, Riptides, Currents, etc.
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Posted by Dennis Worden on Mar-10

Atlanta based advertising agency BG AD Group and K-LOVE Fan Awards (John Sanders, LLC), have partnered together to provide corporate sponsorships for K-LOVE’s Fan Awards/Fan Zone starting May 30 and running through June 1 at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Resort in Nashville, Tennessee.
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Vice President Biden Visits BG Ad Group

Posted by J. Darien Southerland on Mar-7

Atlanta Based advertising agency BG AD Group welcomed Vice President Joseph Biden on Tuesday March 4th to their Atlanta office. After watching the 2014 State of the Union address, BG AD Group Company President, Darien Southerland wrote President Obama and expressed his commitment to raise the minimum wage for BG employees. “Because providing a living wage is the right thing to do, I am going to follow your lead, Mr. President.”
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Show me where it has worked.

Posted by Dennis Worden on Mar-6

Over the years I've had some truly creative and talented people work for me. They have made me look a lot better than I was or am. My secret, "re-purposing the proven!" Proven talent that made for significant breakthroughs. One such hire was Roy H. Williams, a brilliant mind, a true marketing genius. I'm pleased to call him friend and recommend him to you at Here is an excerpt from one of Roy's recent Blogs. Lee Iacocca was chosen as one of Ford Motor Company's ten "Whiz Kids" in 1946. But every time young Lee would go to his boss with a suggestion, his boss would say, "Show me where it has worked."
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