Cendrine Calls Out Curation Naysayers!
… in which Brooke sticks the landing for a perfect ten (at least when it comes to pronouncing our guest’s name)!

Meet Cendrine Marrouat (Brooke’s notes on pronunciation: Son-dreen Marh-wah)
Cendrine (her notes on pronunciation:“san-drEEn mar-wah”) is quit Read More

Small Businesses are Bullish on the Economy

Small Businesses are Bullish on the Economy Avatar Posted by inventoryninja under Management
From http://www.waspbarcode.com 1037 days ago
Made Hot by: tpwphilmore on January 22, 2015 11:22 pm
2014 ended with a bang: the stock market finished with near record highs, unemployment rates fell to 5.8% (almost a full point below predictions), and economic growth reached an 11-year high during the third quarter. As a result, small business leaders are more confident in the economy and have hi Read More

6 Blogging Tactics to Increase Your Social Reach

6 Blogging Tactics to Increase Your Social Reach Avatar Posted by Xen under Social Media
From http://xen.com.au 1040 days ago
Made Hot by: thecorneroffice on January 22, 2015 7:51 am
What can you do to make your blog more successful? Well, social media is the primary method of distributing blogs these days, and you can of course use email newsletters too, which are also highly effective. However, just because you’ve created a blog and shared it on social media, that in itself d Read More

The Personal Cost of Entrepreneurship

The Personal Cost of Entrepreneurship Avatar Posted by tathan under Strategy
From http://takisathanassiou.com 1040 days ago
Made Hot by: problogger78 on January 22, 2015 6:40 am
Entrepreneurship is a complex concept with very simple (and humble) origin. It is basically the process of developing a business, company, startup, organization or venture aiming at bringing something new (and needed) resource in the world! Read More
In the heart of many major metropolitan areas, you often come across street preachers – people who stand on the corner preaching religious message to passers-by. Sometimes they use a boom box to amplify their message. While many people may hear what they’re saying, who is actually listening? Read More
Have you ever considered giving up?
How do you know when giving up is more beneficial than pushing on?
I have interviewed many entrepreneurs and one of my conclusions is that failure is a common element of each success story.
Knowing when failing is the better option is one of the characteristic Read More
It is never too late to learn! These 15 great role models who remind us that age does not matter when it comes to achieving great things in life. Read More
A guide on how to create content and market yourself on Instagram. We explain how to capture high-quality photos and how to engage your followers. Read More

Gary Vaynerchuk: Social Media Reach is Overestimated

Gary Vaynerchuk: Social Media Reach is Overestimated Avatar Posted by ivanpw under Social Media
From http://www.bizepic.com 1040 days ago
Made Hot by: LoopLooper on January 22, 2015 5:48 am
Gary Vaynerchuk - the epic social media guy, entrepreneur and investor - offers you his insights on how to balance metrics vs. real results. Read More
Here is Pierre DeBois's post on our podcast conversation in September, 2014:

The talk Martin and I shared featured a philosophical treatise of analytics against the Trader Principle, a philosophy advocated by Ayn Rand, author of Atlas Shrugged. The trader principle declares the idea of individua Read More

Give millennials a reason to stay - The benefits that can help you retain young talent

Job-changing is fast and furious in the early years of millennials’ careers: Young adults born in the early ‘80s …

Mike Allton @mike_allton Wears Many Hats in Business

It's often said that small business people wear a lot of hats. To BizSugar members, the hat most associated with small … More
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