5 Daily Business Routines You Should Adopt
Check social media and email on my iPhone.
Handle personal hygiene.
Turn on my computer.
These are the first five things that I do every day—regardless of what time I wake up or what the rest of my [..]
How Leaders Can Appeal to Millennial Employees
It’s a question that’s on the mind of executives, recruiters, and mangers: How do we appeal to Millennials? As the fastest growing demographic in the US workforce, employers must be adaptive to the demands and unique [..]
7 Community Resources To Tap Into for Your Businesses
I grew up in northern Indiana. Elkhart, IN to be exact. We are the “RV Capitol of the World,” so they tell me, and the “Band Instrument Capitol of America.” You may be able to tell by these “lofty” titles that [..]
Does Where You Start Your Business Matter? Here Are the Cities With the Most Startup Activity
Creating, starting, and operating a business is an incredibly difficult enterprise. A quarter of all new businesses fail in their first year, and nearly half will fail within three years. These are not the sort of odds [..]
8 Phrases Entrepreneurs Should Avoid Saying
One the road to becoming the best entrepreneur you can be, you will find that there are a ton of entrepreneurial traits you should be developing. By now, you have probably already learned that good communication is one of [..]
Don’t Skip Performance Reviews in Your Startup- Do These 6 Things Instead
There is hardly a term in the working world that can elicit the emotions of fear, dread, and disdain faster than “Performance Review.” Most of today’s workforce endure the ever-so-popular “annual [..]
10 Billionaires Who Started Out Dirt Poor
1. Oprah Winfrey-Founder HARPO, OWN Network
Unlike many of the other women billionaires in America who inherited their wealth through marriage or inheritance, Oprah Winfrey is a self-made [..]
6 Things Successful Entrepreneurs Avoid Doing on Social Media
In this internet fueled era, maintaining social media profiles has become a necessity for any business looking to stay above the competition. Sites like Twitter and Facebook have allowed CEO’s to talk directly to their [..]