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Starting Your Business the Hard Way

Starting Your Business the Hard Way

Anyone who thinks starting a business from the ground up is an easy task has not truly experienced the tumultuous world of entrepreneurship. You will face countless obstacles, not only business related, but personal as well. You will more than likely be deterred from...

Inspiring Teamwork within the Workplace

A successful, functioning business is contingent upon every employee working together as one, willingly reaching out to help one another when the situation calls for it. Teamwork is they key to success. There are very few arguments disputing that notion. Through...

The Connection Between ‘Good’ and ‘Success’

Defining someone as a “good person” is a flattering, yet vague label that can often be misconstrued depending on the context. In business however, a good person may be seen as one who is efficient, morally sound, and selfless. The key is introducing goodness into your...

Finding Potential Leaders When Interviewing

One of the most important considerations managers should keep in mind when interviewing is an applicant’s growth potential. It’s an aspect of recruiting that often falls by the wayside when attempting to fill positions at a higher-than-normal rate, but it’s something...
3 Traits of Successful Leaders

3 Traits of Successful Leaders

Maintaining the role of leader can come with ease for some, or with great difficulty for others. Experience in this position typically yields the best results, but explaining how to actually become an effective leader can be tricky. It’s a position that requires...
The Value of Grit in the Business World

The Value of Grit in the Business World

Many people may argue back and forth whether the term ‘grit’ can be defined as a constant drive and determination toward reaching one’s goals, or having an unbreakable spirit and strong character. A third argument could be made stating that the two claims go hand in...