Don Schnure: The Man Behind 1AutomationWiz

By Michael Haynes | October 12, 2018

Business Leadership Interview Questions for Don Scott Schnure / 1AutomationWiz As a digital marketing professional, software designer and former video production executive Don Schnure brings a unique perspective to the online shopping cart company With offices in St. Louis Missouri and a data center in Ottawa Canada, Don’s company offers a unique work environment where over 80% of the employees can telecommute. This provides new opportunities for working mothers and the flexibility in work schedules that attracts some of the industry’s top talent. Don’s company was founded in 2001 and is responsible for millions of dollars in online transactions and thousands of online stores. We had a chance to…

Alexander The Great Leadership – Greatest of World Conquerors

By Michael Haynes | October 6, 2018

Great Conquerors: Alexander the Great Alexander the Great was one of history’s most celebrated conquerors. Born as heir to the Macedonian King, his great ambition led him to take on the high Persian Empire. At its height, Alexander’s empire stretched all the way from modern-day Italy to the Himalayas. Alexander The Great Leadership: A Short Biography Alexander was born in 356 BC in Pella, a city in the Kingdom of Macedonia. As the son of Philip II, King of Macedon, Alexander was raised as a noble Macedonian youth. Learning to read, play the lyre, ride, fight, and hunt were high priorities for Alexander. As he got older, his father had…

Resolving Personality Conflicts at Work

By Michael Haynes | October 3, 2018

Photo: Unsplash Sooner or later, everyone has interpersonal conflicts with colleagues. Such rifts can drag on for years. With the right technique, most can be resolved quickly. Understand The Cause Sometimes it’s clear why a person doesn’t like you or why you don’t like him/her. Perhaps you said or did something the other person objected to—or vice versa. If you have no idea why someone dislikes you, the animosity probably has more to do with him that with you. Some possible causes are: He thinks you dislike him. It doesn’t take much for a person with low self-esteem to jump to this conclusion. In his mind, his dislike is simply…

How To Succeed In Business Without Working So Damn Hard

By Michael Haynes | September 28, 2018

Photo: Pexels Face it, you work much harder than you need you. Chances are you’ve had this conversation with yourself. The average workweek is over 60 hours and it is getting longer, not shorter. Remember back in the 80s when it was predicted that the average workweek would be less than 30 hours in the next 20 years? As if. Did you know there are some professions, especially in the tech sector, employees are expected to put in 100+ hour weeks? Even interns. This marathon approach to working creates a lot of stress and limit the quality of life. It also hinders performance, productivity, and creativity. Working a lot harder,…

Desi Dobreva – The Branding Queen (Must Follow)

By Michael Haynes | September 26, 2018

Desi Dobreva – The Branding Queen Desi Dobreva is a professional creative, specializing in content creation, social media, PR and helping your business reach rock star status. She can be found on a plane, writing the night away, standing up for animal rights or hugging her sloth. Business and Leadership sat down with “The Branding Queen” to talk about being an entrepreneur, growing a team, and fighting mediocrity and creating big wins for her clients’ businesses. As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up and in what ways does that relate to what you do now? Words and stories have captivated me ever since I can remember. They’re…


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UK will help Ireland through debt crisis says Chancellor

November 17, 2010

The UK’s chancellor George Osborne has vowed to help Ireland restore stability to its finances. Speaking ahead of the Ecofin meeting in Brussels today, Osborne pledged Britain’s support to Ireland in its efforts to fix its ailing banking system. He said helping its closest neighbour was in his country’s national interest. “Ireland is our closest neighbour and it’s in Britain’s national interest that the Irish economy is successful and we have a stable banking system. So Britain stands ready to support Ireland in the steps that it needs to take to bring about that stability,” he told reporters today. Irish Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan said he was aware that…

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Herman Van Rompuy

President says EU in survival crisis

November 16, 2010

EU Council President Herman Van Rompuy said today that the eurozone is in a “survival crisis” but is confident the EU will overcome its debt issues. He said EU members must work together to get through the crisis. He added that national interests could not come ahead of European interests. “We all have to work together to survive, with the eurozone, because if we don’t survive with the eurozone, we will not survive with the European Union,” said Van Rompuy. The president’s comments come before the euro zone’s 16 finance ministers (Ecofin) meet this evening in Brussels where Ireland remains under pressure to accept funding support from the EU. Much…

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Problems are with the Irish banks, not Government – Rehn

November 16, 2010

Speaking ahead of today’s vital meeting of Ecofin, the eurozone’s 16 finance ministers, Olli Rehn has said that Ireland is working with the EU, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the European Central Bank to solve the country’s banking crisis. He said although the two were connected the “real problems are in the banking sector” and not with the Irish government. The EU commissioner added, “We have a very strong focus on the banking sector.” Earlier today, EU Council President Herman Von Rompuy said all EU countries needed to work together and not put national interests first. Many interpreted this as further pressure on Ireland to accept a bailout from…

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