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    1. The Problem With Whole Foods Is the Doritos It Won't Sell

      Apparently, I'm not alone. According to reports like this one in the Wall Street Journal, Whole Foods has been struggling of late. In the wake of increasing competition from big box stores like Costco, Safeway and Walmart (who, by the way, all sell Doritos), sales have not been meeting expectations and growth has slowed. Things have gotten to the point where the company has been forced to replace five directors on its board, naming a new chairwoman and hiring a new chief financial officer in a bid to cut costs and improve operations. They also plan a new customer loyalty program.

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    2. An Insider's Guide to LinkedIn Marketing

      An Insider's Guide to LinkedIn Marketing

      On this episode, Entrepreneur Network partner Mark Fidelman interviews Brynne Tillman of Peoplelinx to talk tips, tricks and trade secrets of LinkedIn marketing. How are you creating new connections? Are you reaching out to engage each new person, and if so, how? Tillman advises against battering your conections with pitches, but it's important to make an impression. So, is there a piece of content you can send them that you think they might like?

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    3. 8 Toxic Personalities Every Successful Person Avoids

      8 Toxic Personalities Every Successful Person Avoids

      The world is full of many types of people. There are those who sustain you through hard times and applaud you in good times. And then there are the noxious people, the ones who tear you down, who seem to poison even the best of circumstances. Toxic people are corrosive. They rob you of happiness and contentment by manipulating you, constantly making you second guess yourself or question if you are good enough.

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    4. Who Is the Perfect First Customer?

      Who Is the Perfect First Customer?

      Many entrepreneurs, especially those who are new to the industry or have never started a company before, struggle when it comes to dealing with their first customers. It’s not that they can’t find anyone interested in buying their products or paying for their services -- which would be an entirely different problem -- but rather when to approach potential buyers and what to offer them.

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