I was briefly scanning a great article on Forbes when something struck me: cofounding a business is hard! So many new, small businesses are started and run as a passion gig or side hustle. What about those who want to immediately grow with investments and a team? Their recent article pulls advice from veteran business … Continue reading What Do You Need In A Good CoFounder?
It has been said repeatedly in business: Employees leave bad bosses, not jobs. It is true. How many have left one job, just to work again in the same field for a competitor? Often, it is the people they work for that can sour the work environment. It is preventable, though! How? Well, there are … Continue reading Why Employees Quit Bosses, Not Companies
Manners are a must in business. They are especially important if you are trying to sell your skills to a potential employer. Taking the time to thank everyone you met during the interview process speaks volumes. It will help paint you as a considerate person who is detail oriented. Put yourself in the employer's shoes. … Continue reading Use Manners To Sell Yourself In Business: What Thank You Means After An Interview
I have been browsing business news for fun. All I want is a little light reading, keep up on the trends, and learn something new. I was surprised when my eyes fell on this article. There are a lot of traits I value in myself and the people I surround myself with. As a matter … Continue reading The Three Things All Entrepreneurs Should Know
There are a lot of traits that build a good leader. According to Jeff Bezos of Amazon, being right all the time is a good start. It is not actually the act of being right that counts. It is what people do to get their. Evaluating your views, working to see all sides, and not … Continue reading Are You Always Right? You Could Be A Leader?
How you talk to your children helps shape the type of person they will be when they grow up. Why wouldn't the same apply to your employees? It does. The words you use can make or break your team. So, how can you make them feel valued? Acknowledge them when they do well. Ask for … Continue reading Great Employees Are Made by Great Bosses
Ever wonder why grocery stores mist their produce? It may not be for the reasons you think. Misting produce does not keep it fresh. It is all about aesthetics and money. Wet produce appears more fresh. The water also helps the produce become and remain plump. As most of it is actually sold by weight, … Continue reading The Real Reason Fresh Produce is Misted: More Money