Is Your Business Failing? Here Are Three Ways That Millennials Can Bring Your Company Back to Life by @Colleen_Batch

I know what you’re thinking. “Not another article calling for Millennial inclusion!” I get it. Millennials have been the central pain point for the past fifteen years. They’ve graced the front pages of countless magazines, and their narrative has been one of the loudest within the business world. But there’s an excellent reason for that. […]

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Tips for Naming Your Solopreneur Business by @DONNAAMOS

by Donna Amos You’re in the process of making your solopreneur dreams come true. There are a million questions to ask yourself as you roll out your plans. One of the biggest, most important decisions is what to name your business. We’ve got a few tips for naming your business. The Story Behind It Everyone […]

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5 common mistakes to avoid with delivery policies by Laura McLoughlin of @glazedigital

by Laura McLoughlin We have all had to adapt our business models in 2020. A lot more companies are looking to deliveries as a means of keeping products flowing from the store. In particular, those in industries like beauty and haircare, and DIY have seen a real uptick in online orders as opposed to in store.  […]

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3 Predictions For the 2022 Workplace by @deborahsweeney

Video Call Facetime Chatting Communication Concept by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Nobody could have predicted at the start of 2020 that a “working-from-home economy” would be become part of the next normal by the end of the year. Employees able to work from home during the coronavirus pandemic did so as states announced stay at […]

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Why You Need Killer Client Testimonials

by Laura Gatsos Young The numbers don’t lie. Ninety-two percent of customers read online reviews before buying. Seventy-two percent of consumers say positive client testimonials increase their trust in a business. What’s more? A whopping 88% of consumers trust online testimonials as much as recommendations from friends or family. Great client testimonials are powerful, especially […]

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Are You An Inclusive Leader? Here are Three Questions Every CEO Should Ask Themselves by @Colleen_Batch

When I first tried to create an inclusive company, I thought I was doing everything right. After all, I opened up the office, got rid of the cubicles, and carved out time in morning meetings for group yoga and deep breathing. Wasn’t that all I needed to do?  I thought that if I built it, […]

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Checkmate: 4 Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Learn Watching The Queen’s Gambit by @deborahsweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor What can you learn from watching, and playing, a game of chess? The Netflix original miniseries The Queen’s Gambit revolves around the game of chess. Set in the 1950s, the miniseries tells the story of a young girl named Beth Harmon. Beth, an orphan after a tragic car accident, discovers […]

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Working from Home with Style by Laura McLoughlin of @glazedigital

by Laura McLoughlin WFH has become a commonly used acronym, which must mean that Working from Home is now an official strategy in business. The gig economy and the internet started a trend away from the office. Now, COVID-19 has cemented the need to work from our personal space.  There are all sorts of compromises that […]

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Marketing Requires Good Communication Skills by @BevMahone

by Beverly Mahone Whether you’re marketing a business, product, or yourself, the number one skill you must have is the ability to communicate effectively. You can offer a dynamic product or service but if you can’t articulate a strong message to back up your claims or have an influential sales pitch, you’ll always be just […]

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Are You Running Out of Steam? Here’s How to Meet All of Your Brilliant 2020 Goals by @Colleen_Batch

by Dr. Colleen Batchelder Have you run out of steam and feel like you’re at a dead-end? You’re not alone. Many of us are there alongside you. Margarita Monday has now become a week-long event. We’re raging in our sweatpants with Wine Wednesday, Thirsty Thursday, and it’s five o’clock somewhere Friday. Don’t get the wrong […]

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