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Self-management, Task management

Creating Strong First Impressions As a Leader

April 24, 2018

Via: Business 2 Community

You’ve likely heard this saying: “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” And it’s true. You can’t take whatever you said or did back after all is said and done. Here’s another one: “Fake it until […]


Self-management, Time management

How To Allow Enough Time On Your Calendar for Projects

April 24, 2018

Via: Business 2 Community

As a business owner, you run into one of two issues. The first is procrastinating because you think you have more time than you actually do. The second is thinking projects will take less time than they actually do. The […]


Department management, Financial

5 Cash Management Tactics Small Businesses Use to Become Bigger Businesses

April 23, 2018

Via: Entrepreneur

You may have heard the phrase “Cash flow is the blood that keeps a business alive.” This couldn’t be truer, as consistent positive cash flow can help a business owner pay expenses, invest in new opportunities or grow a business. […]


Customer relationship management, General organization management

How to Speak Your Customers’ Language and Why It’s Critical

April 23, 2018

Via: Business 2 Community

When it comes to technology and business copywriting, you have to speak your customers’ language if you want to have a lasting impact. But what does that even mean? Let’s think about this in the simplest possible terms. Unless you […]


Administration, General organization management, Strategic planning

5 Tips for Running a Business with Your Partner

April 18, 2018

Via: Business 2 Community

Are you considering running a business with your partner? You will not be the first couple to attempt to run a successful business together. One one end, running a business with your partner could work well and on the other, […]


General organization management, Strategic planning

4 Insanely Easy but Overlooked Tactics to Advance Your Entrepreneurial Career

April 17, 2018

Via: Entrepreneur

Does this sound familiar to you? I saw on LinkedIn that an acquaintance who is more than a decade younger than I am has made it big as a successful startup founder. She just closed a big second round of […]


Communication, Department management

3 Steps to Help Build Trust with Clients & Execs

April 17, 2018

Via: Search Engine Journal

In-house and agency marketing teams who labor to serve their organizations face many struggles and obstacles. There is never enough time, people, or money – and most executive teams don’t have realistic expectations of what marketing can do with the […]


Administration, General organization management, Strategic planning

How 7 Things will Change the Way You Approach Your Family Business

April 16, 2018

Via: Small Business Trends

Family businesses are a huge part of America’s economic landscape. But some 70 percent of family businesses do not outlast the first generation, according to Harvard Business Review. And of the 30 percent that make it to a second generation, […]


Finances, Self-management

Never Enough Money? Here’s Why – And It Has Nothing To Do with The Economy

April 16, 2018

Via: Inc.

What’s one of the top discussions in the startup world? Money. The lack of it, access to it, and the future potential for it. Honestly? Investment money is not difficult to access at all. When a great idea is developed […]


Finances, Self-management, Task management

Want to Know Why your Freelance Business Needs a Rush Fee? Read This

April 11, 2018

Via: Small Business Trends

A freelancer’s passion is to help people in some way whether you’re offering writing, design, or another service. Being a little too helpful can cause us to not set proper boundaries with our clients. Beware — unclear boundaries and doing […]