The LCT Summit keynoter starts contributing this week to our blog by asking: What is it you want bad enough to work for?
AUG. LCT: Reward yourself with time off. You may think no one can run your company, but what if someone can do it better?
JULY LCT: Billy The Coach advises operators on keeping the demands of running a 24/7 business from taking a toll on the mind and body.
A new year is always considered a fresh start. What will you do with it?
NOV. LCT: Even seasoned operations are susceptible to rookie mistakes that come with each phase of a business life cycle.
OCT. LCT Cover: The entrepreneur complements his limousine company with a menu of web-based products.
JULY LCT: The five generations may vary in approach and communication but can be cultivated to work toward common goals.
JUNE Editor's Edge: These principles can inform any executive or management approach.
I'm leaving my company, but don't call it retirement. My LCT gig continues as I look for another industry round.
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Sarah Gazi starts April 27 as the lead administrator of the largest global trade association for the chauffeured transportation industry.
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The world's No. 1 online marketplace and trader for professional chauffeured and chartered vehicles, including all types of motorcoaches, buses, vans, stretch limousines, sedans, SUVs, exotics, and classics. New and used vehicles are available from sellers across the nation.
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