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Skills Every Business Should Employ

By Jeff Jones It is difficult to find that perfect employee that is a complete package, having all the skills you are looking for and embodying what you believe in as an employer. The process of searching for people to fill a particular position is actually fundamentally flawed as it is very difficult to find […]

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Mastering the Art of Constructive Feedback

Sponsored The ability to encourage growth in others is a crucial skill for any manager. While many managers find the practice challenging, constructive feedback is ultimately one of the best competencies a manager can master to improve employee performance. What Is Constructive Feedback? Offering constructive feedback means giving an employee criticism in a way that […]

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Transitioning from Employee to Entrepreneur? Try Intrapreneurship First

By Kelli Wingo Studies show that 15 million Americans are self-employed full-time and that an estimated 27 million Americans will transition from the traditional workforce to full-time entrepreneurship by 2020. Additionally, it is asserted that entrepreneurs are 125% more successful if they have previously been employed in the industry in which they presently do business. This […]

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7 Things You Need to Do to Grow as an Entrepreneur

by Usman Raza Startups are on the rise and youngsters are keen to launch their own business instead of a nine-to-five job. As simple as it sounds, opening a business needs patience and the right planning. Moreover, the profits gained can help you meet your financial obligations and realize other dreams. Young entrepreneurs must learn the skills […]

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How the Marie Kondo Method Can Make Your Business Better

By Rieva Lesonsky Do you want to have more focus, more time, and more clarity about your business? The KonMari method could be the answer. KonMari is the decluttering method created by Marie Kondo, a Japanese organizational expert whose Netflix show Tidying Up With Marie Kondo has become a surprise hit. Kondo is the author of the […]

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How to Craft the Perfect Email

by John Jantsch Some small business owners are intimidated by email marketing. Having to write an individual email is scary enough if you don’t consider yourself a writer. The thought of sending an email out to an entire mailing list can be downright terrifying! Fortunately, the perfect email is about more than just writing. And […]

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9 Reasons Why Attending Networking Events is Crucial for Entrepreneurial Success

by Dawn Ellis No matter how big or small your business is, as an entrepreneur, you must attend as many industry-relevant networking events and conferences as possible. Communicating with other like-minded and motivated people can take your business to the next level and lead to startup success. Shockingly, 30% of new businesses don’t make it past the […]

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Revealing the Invisible Challenges of Time Management

By Jeff Bevis Franchise and small business owners can face hidden obstacles when starting out on their own. First-time entrepreneurs might underestimate the challenges facing them or get distracted by the minutiae of day-to-day office functions. The value and importance of time management is a more subtle but, very often, major obstacle that rears its […]

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Do You Support Other Small Businesses?

by Rieva Lesonsky Where do you buy products and services for your business (and yourself)? Do you go online and look for the cheapest price or do you take the extra time to find (and support) other small businesses who sell what you need? A few years ago, I read an article about an African-American […]

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