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Think USIndoor First
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Sanctioning your indoor soccer tournaments can draw local and regional interest to your events, while benefiting from USIndoor's minimum standards and attraction for sponsors. What further sets USIndoor's sanctioned events apart is their timing is totally up to the host facility and there are no national team or player fees! Past hosts include Premier Soccer Center (St. Gabriel, Louisiana), Las Vegas Indoor Soccer (Nevada), Syracuse Indoor Sports Center (Liverpool, New York) and High Velocity Sports (Canton, Michigan). Members unsure about sanctioning are still encouraged to post their tournaments In USIndoor's national Tournament Calendar. For more information or to apply, visit USIndoor Tournament Series.
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Online at USIndoor — In Case You Missed It ...
  • Boulder Indoor Soccer (Colorado) was in their local news for holding watch parties for USA World Cup matches. Several other facilities also held World Cup events
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Maintaining Mental Sharpness for the Self-Employed
Business 2 Community
Losing your mental sharpness is something that can creep up and interfere with your productivity. But it is a scenario that you definitely do not want to drift regularly. This is true whether you are employed by someone else, or are self-employed.
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7 Great Apps For Small Businesses
Forbes
An increasing number of apps aimed specifically at small businesses aim to make your life easier — and the lives of your staff. But while smartphones and apps could, in theory, boost output and save time, relatively few small businesses are making use of them, new research suggests.
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How to Take a Vacation From Your Small Business
Bloomberg Businessweek
Here's a sign the economy's on a good track: More small business owners plan to take a full week off this summer than in any year since the recession began. That's according to a survey by American Express OPEN that suggests entrepreneurs are feeling more confident about the economy.
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For Small Businesses, Green Technology is the Way to Grow
Forbes
What's good for the environment is also good for business, said Laurie McCabe, cofounder and partner in research firm SMB Group. And with IT vendors introducing more energy-saving products, it's easier than ever for small businesses to help the environment, save money and earn customer loyalty by going green.
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Why Leaders Should Hand Out Compliments, Not Just Criticism
By Christina Nava
Let's face it: No one wants to work under a leader who rebukes more than commends. After a while, it becomes exhausting. The purpose of any criticism in the workplace is to express disapproval. It is to indicate that the work someone has put in isn't as good as it could be. While this negative feedback is meant to bring about improvement in an employee, too much of it often produces damaging effects. As a leader, it's important to be aware that constant criticism has the power to affect an employee's self-esteem.
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