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“What are you paying for ….. ?”

Have you had this happen to you? A couple of attractive young sales reps (they normally travel in tandem) stop in unannounced and want to talk with you about your office supplies. The “blank” is usually filled in with “copy paper.” Then, they throw out a couple of other items, give you a couple of specials and see if they can’t get you to place an order. Pretty high pressure because they are probably getting a pretty healthy cut of the sale.

IT STARTED WITH BOOKS

It’s hard to believe that this big 800 Pound Gorilla named Amazon began as an online bookstore that many did not think would create any sort of following. Now it has become such a part of our lives that some folks don’t feel that they could do without them. The question is, should it be?

10 Questions for Max Bolster

1. What is your best childhood memory?
When I was a kid I used to spend summers at my grandparent’s home in the desert of Southern California. I would help my grandfather water his plants every morning before it got too hot. During the day I would play outside until I couldn’t take the heat anymore. I would go inside to cool off & my grandmother would give me some icecold sun tea. Then I would go back outside again.

Reflections - After 40 years

“The one thing that we can count on is change.” I don’t know who said that but for me and my career in business, nothing could be more valid. I entered this industry when electric typewriters were still being used and just after IBM introduced the Correcting Selectric element based typewriter. Office supplies were ordered from a catalog and a door-to-door sales rep. No one had ever heard of “ergonomic furniture” and most of the copiers in businesses used electrostatic paper. Only the largest businesses had computers and they were leased (not owned) from IBM.

Get To Know Us Better

At Wj Office we want you to get to know us better.

We’ve created 10 questions to give you an insight into the people who make up the WJ Office family.

You’ll discover the people behind the imagery and be intrigued with who we are. You’ll meet the emotion behind our motion. And with each introduction, which we’ll be doing each month, it will make you want to read more.

10 Questions for Neville Chaney – President

1. What is your best childhood memory? 

5 Posture Tips for a Pain-Free Day

Mom was right to tell you to stop slouching and sit up straight. Not only does good posture make you look taller and more confident, it also increases energy, improves breathing and keeps your back pain free. Good posture ensures that you’re placing the least amount of strain on muscles and tendons. Whether sitting in front of the computer, standing, walking or lifting, always practice good posture.

Six Ways the Internet Steals Sales From You

The following article was written by author, publisher and entrepreneur, Michael Dalton Johnson

Work eight hours a day. That’s it. The rest of the day is yours.

You can get a lot done in eight hours. In fact, eight hours is an eternity. If you don’t believe this, fly coach for eight hours seated next to a crying infant. You’ll get a keen understanding of just how long eight hours can be.

Consider the time you devote to productive work as your “Golden Eight”—golden because time is money, especially in sales.

Eliminate Copier Waste

It’s a common problem that most business face: Waste associated with the use of a printer or multi function copier. In the typical American workplace, more is being wasted than we even realize, often times. The following information was gathered recently regarding typical workplace consumption:

The Beauty of the MFP

So, I made a cold call to a medical practice this morning…..”Hi Jim, my name is Aaron Petersen with WJ Office. I am calling to see if you might have a moment to discuss your printer and copier network at your practice with me and to see if we can get together to look at some of our time/money saving products and services”. “Thank you for calling Aaron, I did actually read the email you sent me the other week and I am glad you followed up. I don’t think that we have a need right now. We have two [enter name brand here] printers and a desk top scanner and that is working just fine.

Throw away your mop bucket!

Ok maybe don’t throw it away, but put it in storage.

In the microfiber age, traditional mopping is going the way of the tape deck or the tube television, its time to retire. For general cleaning, the process of physical removal is the most important thing we can do to maintain a healthy, clean and residue free environment. The products and tools we use can help us to achieve that goal, but no matter what the surface is, if removal is our focus, clean is the result.

So how do we remove?

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