We carefully constructed a comprehensive plan of our strategy for capitalizing on this opportunity.With dollar signs and dreams of autonomy dancing through our heads, we ceremoniously offered our resignations the same day.Yet we quickly learned how much we hadn’t accounted for. We want to help tho Read More
Chris Guillebeau’s third book, “The Happiness of Pursuit” is a perfect fit with the themes of his previous books. The logical progression of Guillebeau’s books makes perfect sense. Read More
Are you ever sitting at your desk waiting for a meeting to start or a phone call to come in? Rather than letting this time be wasted, here are a few ways to make these tiny pockets of time productive and valuable... Read More
What’s holding you back? That is a question that I have been asking myself a lot lately. It seems like life can just start spinning out of control before we know it. Most of our time is spent just trying to figure out what direction we’re pointing. Yet, we all long for more. This longing turns into Read More
Today, there are more jobs that will raise your eyebrow and awe-struck you than ever. Here are 10 futuristic jobs that barely exist. Read More
We spoke to a number of entrepreneurs and asked what the most important characteristics of a great startup CEO are. Here is what they had to say. Read More
Is it possible to have a business without any weaknesses ? well I guess so, here is an interesting approach, that would help small medium business owners, entrepreneurs to turn their business weaknesses into their strengths.

In this article you will learn (practical approach) how to effectively Read More
Knowing about your objectives, your resources and your risks is part of good project management – unlike crossing your fingers and just hoping you won’t get any surprises. It’s much better to map out possible scenarios and impacts, and go in with your eyes open. Otherwise you may embark on your pro Read More
For all the surgical, profit-focused, and notoriously sterile business stereotypes out there, the truth is quite different. The bottom line in business is that all companies, whether large or small, are made up of people; that is, they all hinge on human resources (HR). No other “resource” is as im Read More
I started my first business at 19 years old and thought I knew it all. The business quickly grew to $500,000 in gross revenue with five employees in three states. Business was good, but because I didn’t learn how to manage my business, things quickly got out of control.

Six years into the busine Read More

Three Key Voluntary Policies for Women

Today 4 in 10 women are the sole or primary breadwinners for their families,¹ and they do more than twice the amount …

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