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Lessons From the World of Fashion: Premium Providers

In his book Always in Fashion, Mark Weber writes, “Marketing is the sum total of everything you do to build your brands. Everyone who has a product is constantly thinking, What can I do to make my brand more important? … Continue reading

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Lessons From the World of Fashion: Multidimensional

In his book Always in Fashion, Mark Weber writes, “For you to compete, it’s not okay to be good at something to get to the top. If you go into finance and you’re good, you’re competing against great; if you … Continue reading

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Conisus Appoints New Chief Information Officer

Atlanta, August 5, 2015 – Conisus today announced the appointment of Steve Fernandez as Chief Information Officer, effective August 17, 2015. Mr. Fernandez will set overall IT strategy for the Conisus network of companies, ensuring that leading-edge technology and digital … Continue reading

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Conisus was invited to present at the CIT 9th Annual Healthcare Conference in New York City

Conisus was invited to present at the CIT 9th Annual Healthcare Conference in New York City on April 22, 2015. The CIT Healthcare Conference brings together some of the most influential executives and investors in middle-market healthcare in the U.S. … Continue reading

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The Power of Habit

Habits We are all creatures of habit and habits drive our behavior. Cravings are what drives habits. And figuring out how to spark a craving makes creating a new habit easier. It’s as true now as it was almost a … Continue reading

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Brain Rules

Multitasking When it comes to paying attention, multitasking is a myth: Multitasking, when it comes to paying attention, is a myth. The brain naturally focuses on concepts sequentially, one at a time. At first that might sound confusing; at one … Continue reading

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Drive

Motivating people Intrinsic motivation is much more powerful than extrinsic motivation: Another study of artists over a longer period shows that a concern for outside rewards might actually hinder eventual success. In the early 1960s, researchers surveyed sophomores and juniors … Continue reading

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