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Imperial Press Direct / Blog (Page 2)

The new year has arrived. As such, with January and February comes a prosperous, if not chaotic time for the automotive industry: tax season. Yes, tax season is a time in which there will be an influx of consumers with a newfound down payment. Tax season is a rush for dealerships across the nation. The hours are long. Salespeople are running around the lot all day long, and, love it or hate it, you will make...

If you want to achieve greatness, you will first need a team to propel you there. Getting the right people on your team and understanding each of their specialized expertise is essential. Your team is important and so are their ideas; this is what leveraging creative collaboration is all about. Today, the biggest breakthroughs happen when people with a collective vision join together and share ideas, information, and work. Most top CEOs don't do all the work...

Media Contact: Marty Coates 843-229-3546 martycoates60@aol.com February 2, 2016 PRESS RELEASE Businessman, Author, David Villa publishes new book (Charlotte, NC) Waymaker Learning Corporation and its publishing division announced today that David Villa, CEO of IPD, has co-authored a brand new book entitled, Race to The Finish Line…Gaining and Retaining Your Competitive Advantage. The 200-page publication will be released on Amazon.com this week, on Thursday, February 4, 2016. David is joined by a number of seasoned authors and industry experts in this effort. They have...

We live in a digital world, point blank. I, being born in the early 1990’s, can hardly recall my pre-digital life. I reminisce with nostalgia upon the days where I had to dial up on AOL so that I could check and see if I had any juicy emails or instant messages from my BFF’s. Now, I avoid my personal email like my aunt Jody’s fruit cake on Christmas Eve. I boldly venture into my email...