Most of the time, when a resignation letter lands on your desk, it’s a surprise. You’ve worked hard to focus on employee retention and weren’t expecting one of your better employees to quit (who you thought was happy and satisfied). Your mind starts to spin, and lots of questions start filling your head. Questions like:
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Everyone needs a mentor, especially business owners! And often times, we need several. They help shape us into the people that we are. They help us through challenges, give us resources when we need them, and come alongside us when we need it most. Jill and Brad talk about their top mentor lessons from their mentors
Everyone hates sitting in meetings that go on and on, or are completely irrelevant to you. So Brad and Jill tackle top meeting methods that will help improve your meetings so you can waste less time in meetings, and get more of your own work done. They also bring on business owners Tamara Monosoff, the founder
I started an online jewelry business when I was in college to help feed a creative interest (and make some extra money.) As a nineteen-year-old, I didn’t know much about business practices, how to price products or services, or how to drive sales—so a lot of it was trial and error. Over the five years
We’ve been talking this month about raising your prices. I assert that higher prices help you to close business more quickly because you are more confident about the value you offer, and you are communicating that confidence to your prospects, which is attractive to them. Now we’re going to talk about HOW to find clients
As a small business advisor since 2001, I’ve heard a lot of clients say “no”. They say no because they “don’t have the money”. They say no because they have a better idea. They say no because they “just don’t understand” what we’re proposing, or they have too many priorities, or they just don’t like