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Engaging and Energizing Your Employees: It’s Not Rocket Science, It’s Brain Science

Are your employees losing their edge? That is, are you seeing their energy levels—not to mention performance levels—sliding downhill? If so, you’re not alone. The business world—from small and medium-sized organizations all the way up to large enterprises—is seeing a troubling trend: employees who are engaged, but exhausted. What does this mean? Your employees may continue to be as loyal ...

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What CEOs Do on Their Free Time

It can be easy to forget that even important executives are human beings who are just like the rest of us. They have hobbies and interests that are very similar to our own. People like to know when the President of a great nation enjoys the same sort of sporting event as they do because it makes them seem like ...

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5 Questions to Solve Your Company’s Staffing Issues

There are a number of staffing issues that may be preventing your company from succeeding the way you would like. These issues range from unengaged employees who won’t fulfill their necessary tasks, to high employee turn over that means you need to waste precious time training new staff. Understanding how to address these staffing problems is crucial to succeeding in ...

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Entrepreneurship: Journey from Rags to Riches

Witty and Wise are the two drugs you need to get addicted to for becoming a successful entrepreneur. You need not have bags full of bucks or a lot of resources to be a bang on entrepreneur. Believe me you just need to be wise and astute enough to use the best available resource which is your determination and passion. ...

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The Entrepreneur’s Wish List – What One Founder Is Eyeing For The Holidays

“I’m a startup founder and I spend more time at the office than I’d like to admit.” Sound familiar? Work/life balance has become a hot topic in the startup world. A few months ago, Stanford released a study highlighting how big the issue had become. The study found that productivity per hour declines sharply when the workweek exceeds 50 hours, and productivity ...

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17 Entrepreneurs Discuss What They Are Thankful For in 2015

With 2015 coming to a close, now is the time to look back on the year and reflect on what the best parts were. For business owners and entrepreneurs it may be driving their business into stability or even beginning their business in the first place. It could be having a strong family or support system around you that helped ...

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Signs That You’ll Be a Successful Startup CEO

The marketing industries are pulsing with new energy and young entrepreneurs. It seems like the solution to all millennial problems is starting a business. Every few days new small sized companies emerge and break into the market. But you know what? A lot of these startups fail and crumble due to a variety of reasons, one of them being an ...

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How to Organize Your Startup Using Kanban

Staying organized and on task can be tough for any business, but especially startups. Distractions are common, and sometimes there are problems because too many people have differing ideas of which tasks should take priority. Fortunately, there’s a system you can use to fix these issues and it’s called Kanban. In Japanese, the word Kanban roughly translates to “sign you ...

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7 Tips to Start Your Business off on the Right Foot

If you’re a new entrepreneur, you might wonder how you can start a business on the right foot. A good start will get you closer to realizing your dreams as a successful business owner. The good news is that it’s easier than ever to start a profitable business if you’re willing to put in the necessary work to achieve your ...

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Get Professional-Quality Work You Don’t Have the Time, Budget or Expertise to Pull Off!

It takes a huge variety of skills to start and run a business. Every company needs a great copywriter, web developer, graphic designer and office administrator. Maybe your business needs someone to take professional-quality photos, write content for your blog, transcribe interviews, translate documents, enter data or proofread content. That’s a lot of work, and what if you only have ...

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