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If you’ve recently made a bad decision (or a baker’s dozen of them), you are not alone. Not a single person is immune from making bad decisions. The art of avoiding a bad decision lies in the art of avoiding decision fatigue. Here's the science behind decision-making. Read More
If you do something that carries more risk, you are more likely to fail. That’s one reason so many people fear failure. But if you risk nothing, you risk everything. The most successful entrepreneurs take calculated risks and are always willing to fail. Read More
If your business isn't yet using cloud based services or offering such services, it is inevitable that your future will involve the cloud. Here are three reasons of why your small business should consider cloud technology for your business. Read More
What are the toxic behaviors that successful leaders avoid? Here are four common toxic behaviors that prevent people from being good leaders. Read More
Ninjas are agile, fast, and efficient. Business networking is typically the exact opposite. It’s often slow, confused, and discombobulated. Yet, while many people avoid it, networking is one of the most important tools in a business owner’s toolkit. Read More
How do you give your customers all of the information they need while keeping your reply short and concise? It’s easy enough if you just train your brain to do it and use the handy tools at your disposal. Read More
At some point, even the most successful businesses hit a wall. Sales plateau, the customer base stops growing, morale is low, and revenue is either flat or falling. The best companies – and the best entrepreneurs – find ways to overcome such stagnation. These tips can help... Read More
You may be thinking that it’s a blast to have a market monopoly, but have you considered the ways monopolizing the market hurts you, your customers, and even your customer service team? Read More
There are many myths about what it takes to start a business. Time and time again, experts in entrepreneurship and business (often with little to no operating experience of their own) offer formulaic advice on what startups must do to succeed. Much of this advice is wrong. Read More
You've heard about some companies (Yahoo for example) requiring employees to work only from the office. Such requirements are very short-sighted. Distributed teams provide huge benefits for small businesses and startups. Which benefits? Read on...
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