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Rex Dixon – Professional BlogCaster

Business Golf – original post date – 8/22/2006

Posted by rexdixon on September 3, 2006

When you think of golf in general, two things usually come to mind –

1. Tiger Woods, Jack Nicholson, Arnold Palmer, etc… THE PROS
2. A bunch of businessmen out on the fairways using golf as a way to make an attempt to do business or meet clients.

Even though the tool of golf and business has been here for ages, not everyone knows how to do it to potentially leverage your company in the marketplace. It’s more like a way to get out and play golf while writing it off as a company expense. Now you have a nice write off, but have you actually covered your write off with new business or an expansion of an already growing business? The answer to that question more often then not is “No, but I shot a great round!”

Isn’t it about time that you actually stopped just only shooting a “great game” and actually did some business golf? This is where Scot Duke comes in to help you close the gap. ‘How To Play Business Golf’, From The Boardroom To The Fairways… – goes into the details and little known simple “secrets” of how to take a good game of golf and actually potentially make it your main profit machine!

He is not a new kid on the block with a bag of clubs either. Scot has over 30 years of corporate experience in the big telecom industry to draw from in writing this book. He can guide you painlessly to the rights and wrongs of business golf, as well as tell you where all the great courses are! Scot Duke’s book – ‘How To Play Business Golf’, From The Boardroom To The Fairways… – will help bridge that gap for you without the pain of trial and error.

To learn more about the man – Scot Duke – Please feel free to drop by his web site – http://www.innovativebusinessgolf.com/ – or better yet – take a minute of your time to read his blog – http://businessgolf.wordpress.com/

“Golf is only a game, and business golf is smart business!”

Biznik – business networking

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