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20 Entrepreneurs Explain the Best Traits of a Successful Leader

To be successful as a leader requires a combination of skills and traits to make you outstanding. While there are several challenges that surround leadership positions, some leaders still manage to exhibit traits that best describes them to be successful.  On the same note, we asked entrepreneurs and business owners about the best traits of a successful leader. #1- Four ...

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14 Entrepreneurs Share Their Best Bootstrapping Tips

Entrepreneurs and business owners are being more creative with their budgets. Now more than in the recent years, entrepreneurs have had to stretch their dollars to ensure they get the most return on their investments. We asked entrepreneurs and business owners about their best tips for bootstrapping ventures. #1- Outsource strategically For companies looking to lower their costs, my advice ...

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Taking the Guess Work Out of Quota Setting: And how to avoid 5 common mistakes

Quota problems are consistently near the top of the list of sales compensation challenges for most companies. A team can painstakingly work through each step of the sales compensation design process and create a great plan that can be wrecked by poor quota setting. Given the choice, I’d rather have a good sales compensation design and a good quota-setting process ...

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Increasing Efficiency While Motivating Your Employees

If you own or run a business, you might want to learn how to make your employees more efficient without having them lose moral. There are several different ways that employers are able to create efficiencies in the workplace, but most of them create a sense of animosity between management and employees. Here are a few ways to increase efficiency ...

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Senior Professionals: Why It’s Never too Late to Start Your Own Business

One of the things that my experience as an entrepreneur has taught me is that it is never too late to start a business.  There are a lot of misconceptions going around about self-employment and owning a business when it comes to whether or not someone can take it on.  Being an entrepreneur, starting a business, running a business, growing ...

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How Social Media Can Help Small Business

Social media is a powerful platform for almost every small business out there. This is because social media can: Prove to be a very cost effective option to create brand awareness. Help a small brand reach global markets rather easily. Expand the customer base exponentially. Promote content across multiple channels in a cohesive and strong manner. The trick really is ...

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15 Entrepreneurs Give Advice on How to Run a Successful Business

Having and running a successful business is the goal of entrepreneurs and business owners. While success is often a relative term, we know that entrepreneurs start their business with a specific goal and a vision and it is when they reach that goal that they are “successful”. It could be $1M in gross revenue or donating to charity but each ...

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Step Up Your Game: Top 5 Sure-fire Marketing Tips For A Start-up

After launching a start-up, your most pressing obligation is to get as many eyes on it as possible. If you are good at discovering and taking advantage of markets through clever uses of social media and the internet, that won’t be a problem. However if you need some tips, or even if you need a few new techniques, you’re in ...

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15 Entrepreneurs Share Their Best Business Advice for New Entrepreneurs

No matter how you look at it, starting a business is hard. One of the hardest things you may ever have to do. There’s the business plan to think over, a name, government policies to consider, how it will affect your family, finances and the list rolls on from there. Some hardened entrepreneurs suggest spending a long time thinking about ...

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7 Lessons Learned from Managing Remote Talent

How to most efficiently work with remote talent is a question that daunts most experienced managers. After all, managers can’t monitor work on the go, there is is no one-on-one interaction; the employee is not immersed in the culture of the organization, and there are always concerns regarding employee motivation and personal relationship building. In spite of all of the challenges ...

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