Are you constantly putting out fires, because you do business with people who don’t fit the culture of your brand? Then, this article is for you. A core distinction of your corporate culture must be: “we do not try to be all things to all people.” Knowing when to turn down a project is one of the best lessons a business can learn.
It is hard to find the time to take care of the business that takes care of you. But working on your own business is crucial to your success. We give you 5 tips to manage your business stress.
Pulling off a big business project on top of serving the needs of your customers can seem overwhelming, and maybe even impossible. These five tips from our 20 years in business will reduce your stress and while keeping your project on track.
Learn the number one thing you need to start a business – your Unique Selling Proposition. If you cannot sell yourself on your product or service, you won’t be able to sell it to the masses. This article gives you tips and an outline to follow.
Nanodegrees & apprenticeships have the potential to be an extremely efficient way to train the next generation of workers, without the high cost of college. What do you think?
CEO’s want hires to arrive with all, or most, of the skills needed for the job, yet this reduces the hiring pool to almost no one. Learn how two companies creatively go against the grain to train the skilled workers they need.
Tiffanie is a 10 year-old that was given the opportunity to run her own business for a day and has found that Muddy Rose, her company, was meant for more than a day. I dare you to read this without smiling!