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Often, people wonder, what makes a good entrepreneur. Is it the attitude or the mindset? Are his/her experience on a certain segment of the market or his/her ability to develop and exploit opportunities, where before him/her where none. The problem is that there is no a single answer. There are man Read More

Better Emotional Intelligence Training

Better Emotional Intelligence Training Avatar Posted by CorporateCoachG under Human Resources
From 2 days ago
Made Hot by: fusionswim on August 25, 2016 9:49 am

Emotional intelligence training is intended to help you understand why people do the things they do, as well as handling negative emotions in yourself and others. Read More
Working in marketing can be very demanding. KPIs, meetings, brainstorming sessions, monthly revenue, never-ending checklists… the list goes on. Luckily, we live in a time where productivity hacks are easy to find. Even easier than catching Pokémon. Read More
Everything we do is a process, the way we buy our groceries, wash our hair or pay the wages all follow some sort of process or routine. Some people naturally follow processes quiet rigidly, doing the same things at the same time in the same way. For others, they take it as it comes, changing their Read More
As the business grows, things like administrative task, office work, marketing, etc. become daunting and until and unless you hire a set of helping hands, you will have less energy and time to focus on the bigger picture. A possible solution to this problem is hiring a virtual assistant who can hel Read More
Here are 15 early warning signs of an unhealthy workplace atmosphere and some common culprits that might indicate you may have a culture of overworked employees, along with ways to help remedy the situation. Read More
You sit in front of your computer with fingers poised over the keyboard, ready to type out the next truly entertaining blog post when it strikes — the dreaded writer’s block. If you’re blogging regularly, there may come a point where you feel burnt out and unsure how you are going to formulate a si Read More

How to prioritize like a successful entrepreneur

How to prioritize like a successful entrepreneur Avatar Posted by MashaKaran under Management
From 3 days ago
Made Hot by: JoshRed on August 24, 2016 10:16 am
As an entrepreneur, there’s tons to do, from answering customer support emails to purchasing software for your team to hiring.

It’s hard to determine what to focus on.

It’s easy to get stuck doing small tasks that make you feel “busy” and productive. And this is why it’s important to prioriti Read More

Tips for Working Towards a More Efficient Small Business

Tips for Working Towards a More Efficient Small Business Avatar Posted by jondyer under Strategy
From 7 days ago
Made Hot by: blogexpert on August 23, 2016 3:13 pm
Starting a small business often involves overcoming a big learning curve. Because of this many entrepreneurs may be wasting time and money by simply not running their businesses as efficiently as they should. However, by knowing where in your operations to look, you could correct the problems and h Read More

The Single Most Important Thing

The Single Most Important Thing Avatar Posted by CorporateCoachG under Self-Development
From 6 days ago
Made Hot by: maestro68 on August 23, 2016 2:20 pm
The single skill which would make the biggest difference in your professional life is the ability to see what is 'the single most important thing'. If you can pick out from the many bits of information, the single most important thing, then you will be the one who will eventually win. Read More

This Could Be One of the Most Underestimated Employee Benefits

What's more important than salaries at your small business? Small business owners and entrepreneurs sometimes believe they …

Benjy Portnoy @SmallBizElevatr Shares Sweet Solutions

Benjy Portnoy's first business was a little candy stand he set up when he was five to sell left over candy bars to … More
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