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Kevin O’Leary: The 2 Things That Make a Great Leader [Video]

Posted on March 30th, 2016

Are you a great leader? Kevin O’Leary, of ABC’s Shark Tank fame and co-founder of O’Leary Funds, discusses the 2 things he believes make a great leader.


Responsive Attorney Web Design Project | Nash, Zimmer & Weaver, PLLC

Posted on March 29th, 2016

montana attorney web design | tzo creative bozeman montana

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Responsive Attorney Web Design Project

Nash, Zimmer & Weaver, PLLC is a Bozeman Montana law firm with deep roots in the Gallatin Valley. When Donald A. Nash began practicing law Bozeman was little more than a growing farm and ranch community. With just over 8,000 residents, it was a far cry from the Bozeman we know today. Senior partner, David Weaver, came to us looking for a website that would attract new clients and provide contact information to business referrals.

We worked with David to create a responsive website that is simple to navigate and provides potential clients and referrals easy to find contact information. Utilizing a dark blue, white, and grey color scheme evokes a sense of security and trust essential to an established law firm. Along with the site, we helped Nash, Zimmer & Weaver with a new logo for the site. While your browsing, check out the different pictures of David taken throughout Montana. They really help set the tone for the type of practice he runs!

Attorney Web Design | Nash, Zimmer & Weaver Responsive Website

17 Traits That Set Managers & Leaders Apart [Infographic]

Posted on March 29th, 2016

Do you lead your staff or manage them? Being a leader is not always easy and does not come naturally for most. We are taught by our parents, the media, and our teachers to tell rather than sell.

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” – John Quincy Adams

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Like everything worth having, learning to lead rather than manage takes practice and hard work. Will you slip? Definitely! But taking time to work on this soft skill will not only improve your work relationships but also help with employee retention and growth.


5 Ways to Increase Retail Sales with Music

Posted on March 3rd, 2016

Here’s how most small businesses pick the music for their store:

  1. Turn on the radio
  2. Flip to favorite channel
  3. Move on

Have you ever taken a step back and thought, “How does music affect my sales?” Like all other aspects of your store, what you choose to play on the radio can make a big difference in not only how many items a customer might buy but also how much they will pay. Research has shown that music has a physical, emotional, mental, and behavioral effect on people — causing consumers to shop longer and buy more.

5 Ways to Increase Retail Sales with Music | bozeman web design