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Category: Personal information & knowledge management


Personal information & knowledge management, Self-management

Raising Millions Of Dollars With No Experience: Where To Start And How To Succeed

December 6, 2017

Via: Forbes

About a year ago, I was working some pretty grueling days to run the national content machine at a real estate news company. I was pumping out 15-20 articles a day, overseeing a 300-client list and in charge of editorial […]


Personal information & knowledge management, Self-management, Task management

Why the Most Successful Companies Don’t Follow the Typical Sales Process. Here’s What They Do Instead

November 27, 2017

Via: Inc.

The sales process has died. It never should have been born. In a previous B2B sales role I was “taught” to follow a specific sales process. My manager and peers encouraged it because this was the way it was always […]


Personal information & knowledge management, Self-management, Task management

A Serial Entrepreneur Succeeds By Building A Customer Experience As Unique As Her Products

November 7, 2017

Via: Forbes

Uno Alla Volta, which means one of a kind, is a name that not only applies to the artisanal finds the company sells, but to the approach it takes toward its customers. Terri Alpert had the idea for Uno Alla […]


Personal information & knowledge management, Self-management

After 30 Years of Experimenting, an Education Franchise Is Finally at the Top of the Class

October 19, 2017

Via: Entrepreneur

Richard Weissman knows the value of a good lesson. In 1980, when his parents opened The Learning Experience, a private preschool in Boca Raton, Fla., he learned about hard work, spending his after-school hours mopping floors and cleaning toilets. In […]


Personal information & knowledge management, Self-management, Time management

This Entrepreneur Schedules Time to Play With His Kids. Here’s Why You Should, Too.

September 25, 2017

Via: Entrepreneur

Every day between 5 p.m.m and 8 p.m., Entrepreneur Network partner Greg Rollett has reserved a time slot on his phone. During that time, he is home with his family. It sounds a little cold at first. But, look at […]


Personal information & knowledge management, Self-management

Second Time Around – Tech Entrepreneur Nick Halstead On How He Raised $8m In Seed Funding

September 25, 2017

Via: Forbes

Equity investment in UK start-ups and early stage companies totalled £3.04bn in the first half of 2017, up more than 70% from the previous six months, according to research company Beauhurst. On the face of it, the rise in investment […]


Personal information & knowledge management, Self-management

Is a Family Business or Partnership Right for You?

August 28, 2017

Via: Inc.

What does Harper Lee’s classic novel “To Kill a Mockingbird,” which was turned into an equally stellar film, have to do with business? It gave us this quote: “You can choose your friends, but you sho’ can’t choose your family.” […]


Customer relationship management, General organization management, Personal information & knowledge management, Self-management

4 Lessons I Learned From Over 30 Years in the Subscription Business

August 25, 2017

Via: Business.com

A subscription program’s success is rooted in the customer experience. Here are four ways you can ensure customers have smooth, successful experiences with your company at every touch point, from device to doorstep. Subscriptions are trendy these days. To some […]


Department management, Marketing, Personal information & knowledge management, Self-management

3 Ways to Stop Overcomplicating Your Content Marketing Strategy

August 24, 2017

Via: Entrepreneur

If you want to drive more people to your website or attract more followers on social channels, Entrepreneur Network partner Kate Volman has some advice for you: Create more content. Whether it’s blog posts, infographics or videos, it’s important to […]


Personal information & knowledge management, Self-management

What Can This Brooklyn Mompreneur Teach You in Your Startup Journey?

August 21, 2017

Via: Small Business Trends

Annie Bruce has created a small business selling a really unique type of item — unicorn horns. The Brooklyn mom first started selling her creations on Etsy as a way to make money while still spending time with her daughter. […]