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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Information from an International Businessman

Guest post courtesy of Lam Woon Cherk —- A Little About My Business I run a small Malaysia-based web design firm which creates website for small and medium businesses (SMBs). Although based in Malaysia, more than 90% of my clients are international clients coming from countries such as United States, Australia, Norway, United Kingdom, Turkey, Nigeria and etc. The current ...

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How to Successfully Recruit and Hire New Employees When You Don’t Have an H.R. Department

Guest post courtesy of Leslye Schumacher —- All new businesses, at some point, will be faced with the challenge of needing to hire additional employees.  But, if you don’t have an H.R. department, how can you set up a process that will be streamlined and cost effective?  I’ve outlined below the process I use to recruit, interview, and hire new ...

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Life on the Run – Best Business Apps to Help the Mobile Entrepreneur

Apps are everywhere these days. There’s an App to remind you to take your food out of the oven, an App to teach you how to marinade chicken and a bounty of other Apps ranging from the constructive to the launching-birds-into-structures variety. Although Angry Birds might be good for passing the time during a boring business meeting or a quick ...

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Exercises to Stay Fit and Healthy at Work

Guest Post courtesy of Jason Smith —- Are you constantly feeling tired, stressed, and unfit? Many of us lead lives that comprise of a forty to fifty hour work week, which takes up approximately 50% of our waking hours. If we aren’t determined to make healthy life changes where possible, we may be setting ourselves up for unwanted health issues. ...

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Cloud Surfing: Your First-Class Guide to Streaming Media [INFOGRAPHIC]

This infographic is courtesy of BlueFirePR.com  Streaming services are quickly outpacing traditional media sales and are becoming the primary source of entertainment in households worldwide. With hundreds of streaming audio and video services available on television, computers and mobile devices, it is easy to get tangled in the web of features. While most options are similar in functionality, a few ...

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Litigation Funding: Why the Criticism?

Litigation funding has come under scrutiny in recent weeks, with many large corporations questioning its relevance. Generally, third-party funding companies will cover all the expenses of the case, and if it’s successful, they will take a percentage of the financial outcome. If the case is unsuccessful, the business will walk away from the case, safe in the knowledge that they ...

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How Women Can Level the Playing Field in Business

The idea of men being better equipped for the business world has been up for debate for years now. With more women coming into positions of power within large companies, the news runs rampant with stories about whether or not these women can compete on the same level as their male counterparts. As big a leap as women in business ...

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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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