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Lessons to Learn for Start-ups – Featured Post

As “baby” entrepreneurs and people just starting out, it’s easy to buy into the whole “it’s better to be a pirate” thing. In fact, it’s something that is often promoted. Think outside the box. Go with the flow. Push boundaries, etc. This does not mean, however, that you can’t learn from the people who have come before you. In fact, ...

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Risks and Rewards of Using Cheap Versus Brand-Name Swag

Have you ever picked up a promotional pen imprinted with the name of a business and then discovered it didn’t work when you tried to scribble something with it? That’s pretty annoying, right? In disgust, you may have dropped the cheap freebie pen and searched for a “real” pen – that is, a name-brand pen. These businesses have the right ...

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'Shark Tank' Tips For Entrepreneurs to Wow Venture Capitalists

This guest post is courtesy of Richard Phillips —- ABC’s business-reality show, “Shark Tank,” puts up-and-coming business owners in front of titans of industry in an all-out investment-feeding frenzy. Startups pitch business plans to a panel of magnates hoping to lure these deep-pocketed judges to invest. The potential investors put business plans, histories and personalities under the microscope, using business ...

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Small Business SEO Basics: Keywords, Relevancy and Quality Work, So Don’t be Cute!

This guest post is courtesy of Joshua Corbelli —- I talk with a great many small businesses who ask how they can build an online presence with SEO. I also hear from many, that their SEO efforts have underperformed or failed. More often than not, SEO didn’t fail them. Their egos did. See, most small and micro businesses don’t have ...

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The Video Game Generation in the Workforce: Why Trophies Motivate

This guest post is courtesy of Dennis Phoenix —- The Millennial Generation, also known as Generation Y, receives a considerable amount of criticism from potential employers, and of course, the generations that came before. Millennials are anyone born between the years 1980 and 2000, though many sources define the span of years with varied inconsistency. Of course, much of the ...

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Lawyer Changes Direction and Creates Unique Knitwear Line

There are times when a job becomes less and less a passion. The enjoyment fades and the work you do simply becomes a job and nothing more. Of course, when given the option of quitting or continuing on with a job in this unstable economy, most would stick with the job rather than find themselves out grasping at straws. But ...

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6 Principles that 10 Years Of Kung Fu Taught Me About Business

Guest post courtesy of Nick Psaila —- You know there are certain moments in life that change the coarse of it and generally they are one’s that come from places where you tell yourself “I just can’t go on like this I need to change” be it relationship breakups, financial loss, grief in death and so on. In my case ...

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The Story of Pill3r and How They Partner with Non-profits

Guest post courtesy of Joseph Passi —- My partner and I started Pill3r (pronounced “Pillar”) almost a year ago. Our goal starting out was to create a company that made a difference in people lives. Our motto is; “Products of Impact.” Each product we sell makes a tangible impact in someone’s life. Through Pill3r we launch different projects and products ...

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Improving Office Culture with the Right Technology

Guest post courtesy of: Megan Webb-Morgan —- Office culture is defined as the philosophy, values, and behavior that together constitutes the unique style and policies of a company. Your company culture can be a positive element of your business that encourages productivity and employee satisfaction. However, it can also have the opposite effect: draining your employees of energy and enthusiasm. ...

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Criminal Background Checks As A Catch-22 For Employers

The U. S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued Enforcement Guidance (Guidance) on the Consideration of Arrest and Conviction Records in Employment Decisions under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act (Title VII). Employers need to revise their use of criminal background checks in light of this guidance. Background.  Ninety percent of employers perform criminal background checks on applicants. The ...

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