The key to success in business and in life is to be genuine and remain authentic.
The Podcast is an easy, efficient, and portable way to get great information.
Selling your business isn’t the end of something good. It’s the start of something better.
Working a job you loathe and perpetually chasing the dollar will make you far unhappier than wearing secondhand clothes and driving a hooptie.
Keeping your day job while turning a side-gig into a business is a great way to mitigate risk, learn your market niche, and test ideas and business models.
Starting your own business in retirement is a great way to spend your sunset years. However, before diving headfirst into the pool of startups, here are a few questions you need to ask yourself before starting a small business in retirement.
Most businesses fail due to a lack of preparation for the inevitable. Here are three major reasons your small business needs an emergency fund.
“I don’t know is not an indictment of incompetence.
Leadership is your ability to influence. YOU are the common denominator, the equalizer and the “it factor” that determines if you are a good or great leader. YOU are the secret sauce.
“Feedback, when given well, should not alienate the receiver of the feedback but, should motivate them to perform better.” ~Unknown
A great way to–somewhat–maintain your work independence and still survive financially is to work a part-time job.
The strengths and weaknesses question is about your potential, not your current set of skills.
Building a startup is hard. Statics show that over 90 percent of startups fail. This article goes beyond the hype, glamour, and sexiness surrounding entrepreneurship to show you what it really takes to succeed.
Learn 10 ways to anticipate, prevent and cope with workplace stress
Critical thinking skills are essential to success — any kind of success. Successful individuals are thinkers and they surround themselves with thinkers.
A solid elevator pitch allows you to distill down to the purest form exactly who you are and what you offering.
“The person who makes a success of living is the one who sees his goal steadily and aims for it unswervingly…” ~Cecil B. deMille
One of the most important things to do during the research phase is read the fine print. Understanding all of the conditions and terms of the agreement is one of the most critical pieces of this process.
The SEC is looking into allegations of price-fixing in the chicken industry.
Over half of start-ups fail within the first 5 years. The odds are stacked against you. Careful consideration must be given to how failure may impact you and more importantly those around you and those who depend on you and your income.