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Launching Your Business in 2019

how to launch a side business quickly2019 should be a great time to launch a business as economic indicators are positive showing a 2.5 per cent growth in GDP and Trump’s new tax laws are also very pro-business. So, the only questions left are: Read more...

3 Tips For Overcoming ‘Hidden Growth Killers’ That Harm Your Business

3 keysA key part of any CEO’s or entrepreneur’s role is to make the “right” decisions, and then ensure they are enacted to advance the business. Yet their decisions and actions often miss the mark, frustrating the achievement of their aspirations. Read more...

It’s the old adage: Location, location, location

Globcal medium resolution globeImagine you want to start a dating service and are equipped with the business savvy to get the enterprise off the ground. You’re fortunate to have the necessary capital and your logo is epic. Excellent! Read more...

5 Ways CEOs Can Change Their Behaviors To Lead More Efficiently

benjamin davies 287077 unsplashIn business, the adage “it starts at the top” can prompt an uncomfortable question: “Can the boss finish what he or she started?” Many CEOs and entrepreneurs wrestle with this challenge, with both short- and long-term implications. Meanwhile, a disconnect develops between the CEO’s initial big-picture vision for the company and its seemingly sporadic execution toward those goals. Read more...

Why Companies Should Give Back to Their Community

community donationGiving back should be at the core of every business. From tiny startups to public companies with an expansive workforce, the benefits of philanthropy are clear at every level. For example, building a company culture dedicated to giving back to the community leads to a healthier bottom line, especially when you consider that employees are 13 times more likely to enjoy their career if they work for a company dedicated to philanthropy. Read more...

Three Tips to Unleash the Creative Entrepreneurs in Your Community

rawpixel entrepreneurThe Fourth Industrial Revolution is upon us. If you are wondering how to take on the challenges of a shifting global economy, investing in creative industries entrepreneurs tackles economic, civic, and social challenges and is found in every community in every corner of the globe. From Boston to Bangladesh, creative entrepreneurs are building companies at the cutting edge of digital fabrication, augmented reality, design and entertainment. Read more...

Experts tout top tips for small business owners

expertsThe top priority for running a business is cash flow, according to Lonnie Sciambi, a business consultant and owner of The Small Business Force. Not only does Sciambi argue that cash flow is the most important consideration for small business owners, “it’s also Number two through five and six through ten.” Read more...

4 Sources of Power for Fatigued Companies

powerEnergy drives all living things — that includes organizations. People and companies share a common life cycle: birth, growth, maturity, and decline. To survive, we must find a source of rebirth before the end of our decline phase. Companies that regenerate, like Amazon, survive, while others, like Blockbuster, hang on too long and eventually die. Even the most fatigued company can find new energy potential with these four sources of employee power: innovation, optimization, social and elemental. Read more...

5 Ways High-Performance Organizations Make Meetings Effective

high performanceEvery organization has to figure out how to make meetings productive. It’s a complex challenge. To be effective, each meeting needs to engage the individual talents of the people involved, work to achieve the organization’s specific goals for the moment, and do so in a way that’s both culturally relevant and contextually sensitive to the world around it. Not an easy feat. Read more...

Making Excuses Is Lethal For Many Entrepreneurs

excuses“Stop making excuses.”  Many of us heard that from parents growing up. Children often were spanked or put in timeout for making excuses, and teenagers endured a loss of privileges. But in the business world, the consequences for making excuses can be much more more lethal. Read more...

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