Tag Archives: Paul Bieber

BLOG: Happy Groundhog Day!

“While not as important as the Fourth of July, this date gives us Northerners hope for a mild six weeks to come. While thinking about this real tradition, Ben Franklin’s Poor Richard’s Almanac came to mind. You know his famous quotes. I … Continue reading

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BLOG: Let’s Laugh Some More

“Here is a list of some of greatest sentences you’ll ever read. I hope you laugh as hard as I did!”—Paul Bieber READ MORE

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BLOG: What Do the Numbers 7, 17, and Many Thousands Mean for Your Customer Service?

“This is not a magician’s trick, just simple math. A while back I read a study from a large university (honest thought—I can’t remember the name of the school) talking about customer service. If you do a great job for … Continue reading

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BLOG: The Story of Three Truck Drivers

“This happened many years ago, probably about 15. At that point, I was the executive VP and general manager of Floral Glass on Long Island. We were the largest fabricator/distributor in the New York City metropolitan area. We had our main … Continue reading

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BLOG: How One Simple Phone Call Will Improve Your Sales, Profits and Company Morale

“Sure is a lot for a phone call…”—Paul Bieber READ MORE

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BLOG: I’m Back!

“Yes, the docs have taken good care of me; the chemotherapy is going well, and my sarcasm quotient has been raised by the extra reading time I have. Here is a good one about how to price a product.”—Paul Bieber … Continue reading

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BLOG: Where Would You Want to be When You Have 30 Competitors?

“I recently read an article that said roughly 85 percent of commerce in the United States exists in urban areas. If you are in an urban area, with competitors, read on. If you are in a rural area with few … Continue reading

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BLOG: You Just Know, Deep Down in Your Heart: This Blog Has to be About the METS Winning the World Series

“In my home office, which is about 90 square feet, I have about 1,000 different baseball treasures, including more than 300 signed or special baseballs, pictures, memorabilia and such. About 50 percent of these are related to the NY METS.”—Paul Bieber … Continue reading

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BLOG: Is Your Barber/Stylist Better Trained Than the Supervisors of Your Business?

“In the state of New Hampshire, a stylist/barber license requires a 1,500-hour course at an approved and licensed school. That’s about 40 hours per week for nine months. Becoming a supervisor in a glass shop requires that a higher-up supervisor or owner … Continue reading

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Books by USGlass Columnists Now Available on Amazon.com

Books authored by two USGlass columnists and USGNN.com™ bloggers, Paul Bieber and Lyle Hill, are now available for sale on Amazon.com. “Five-Minute Consultant: Solutions to Everyday Business Problems,” by Bieber, and “The Broken Tomato (and Other Business Parables)” by Hill, … Continue reading

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