One of the things we see business owners do a lot is take on work that their staff should be doing, rather than focusing only on the work they have the ability (or authority) to do. It’s not sustainable! That’s what this week’s tip of the week is all about. Click here to tweet the
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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
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
Social media has made some work boundaries a little blurry. We’ve talked about whether or not it’s okay to friend your employees on Facebook in the past, and this time we’re talking about social media policies. When it comes to social media, employees want to know how do you keep your personal life personal, and professional