Home » Advice (page 81)

Advice

What is the Best State to be an Entrepreneur?

Entrepreneurship is alive and thriving across the world. With over 27+ Million small businesses across the world, there is certainly a culture of innovation that built the United States and the rest of the world. With companies like Google launching a program for entrepreneurs. Even places like Washington D.C. have a reason to celebrate entrepreneurs and business owners. CEO Blog ...

Read More »

What Can Entrepreneurs Do for Breast Cancer Awareness Month?

Majority of people knew that most entrepreneurs are very influential individuals in this world as they play an important role in improving the market and the industry too. Because this October is breast cancer awareness month, various campaigns are conducted and held in order to increase the awareness of people to this particular disease. October is the annual month for ...

Read More »

5 Tips To Reduce Your Workload

1)  Make a to do list This seems extremely obvious, but you would be amazed how many people do not write down every task that they have. Go out and buy an A4 note pad and dedicate an entire page to each working day, making sure to include the date and day of the week at the top of the ...

Read More »

30 Ways to Promote Your Blog Post [INFOGRAPHIC]

“Build it and they will come” might be something that some people believe, but it is not necessarily the truth. No matter how great your post or even products and services are, entrepreneurs and business owners have  to promote and market all of their hard work. Launch Grow Joy, provides tips for writers to promote their blog posts. Related Posts: ...

Read More »

5 Things Great Leaders Do and Failing Leaders Don’t

Leadership is a high-wire balancing act that requires a combination of juggling, massaging egos, motivation, management and sometimes even tough love. Roxana Hewertson, the CEO of Highland Consulting Group, Inc. based in upstate New York, provides a list of 5 things that great leaders do and 5 things leaders don’t do. 5 THINGS GREAT LEADERS DO 1) Read/understand own emotions ...

Read More »

How Small Businesses Can Protect Their Small Businesses from Lawsuits

57% of lawsuits effect companies making less than $1 million in revenue. 1 in 3 small business owners are sued or threatened with a law suit. Bolt Insurance developed an infographic for entrepreneurs and business owners to learn more about the most common lawsuits that small businesses face, how much it may cost them, and how they can protect themeselves. ...

Read More »

What Does the Return of Myspace Mean for Entrepreneurs?

Before Facebook, there was a social media network called Myspace and while the network never truly went away, this week the company unveiled a new look with spokesman and investor Justin Timberlake. The company was once go-to social network for everyone, but in the last few years has become more geared for entrepreneurs and business owners in the entertainment or ...

Read More »

What’s Keeping Your Small Business from Succeeding? [INFOGRAPHIC]

There are currently $1 trillion small business loans that are outstanding. Small businesses play an essential part in powering our economy, but only if they can achieve success. Here are a few examples of common mistakes: Keeping Shoddy Records: Entrepreneurs/idea people are not always great administrators Resisting Change: Be immersed in your industry but do not get so close that you ignore trends ...

Read More »

What Does Groupon Entering the Credit Card Payment Business Mean for Business Owners

Last week Groupon made the announcement that they were entering the credit card and debit card processing business to compete with more established companies Square, Intuit and Paypal. According to Gartner, the mobile processing transaction value is expected to surpass $170 billion. The service will be called Groupon Payments and it will allow U.S. restaurants, salons and spas, retailers and other industries ...

Read More »

5 Steps for Creative Problem Solving

Author, Jim Jensen believes that when you unleash the power of your subconscious mind, that unbelievable breakthroughs can result. In his new book, Beyond The Power of Your Subconscious Mind, he builds on the work of Dr. Joseph Murphy, and offers compelling evidence about the relationship between our conscious and subconscious mind.  Jensen provides 5 steps to creative problem solving:  Define the ...

Read More »
Share
Welcome to Rescue a CEO - CBNation Community Blog 1_31-2 / Score Your Website TodayFREE Score
+ +