Category Archives: Strategy

Business Manager

4 Ways to Become a Better Business Manager Today

Business administrators cannot afford the luxury of allowing dust to settle on their management skills. The best way to become a better business manager today is to stay on top of the newest styles of management. This requires business managers to take the time to continue to renew and update their skills through management training courses of study. Continue reading

financial health

6 Things You Can do Today to Improve your Financial Health

The year 2008 represented the worst economic crisis America faced since the Great Depression. The recession not only affected the U.S., but soon spread to other regions that do business with America. Fortunately, through the efforts of governments, corporations and individual citizens, the economy is recovering.

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Success

Don’t Choke Off Your Success

Did you get into business to do work or to make money? If it’s the former, trust me on this, you will be happier working for someone else. Let them take all the risk. You enjoy the work and cash those checks every payday. BUT, if you are one of those rare heroes wanting to make more than a living doing something you enjoy, then listen up, because nine guys just like you just failed … and went back to work for someone else. Continue reading

Securities and Exchange Commission

The SEC and You: What Do Financial Experts Need to Know?

Back in 2002, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) implemented the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. This significant Act included specific Sections defining how public companies controlled against risk of fraud.  In this post, you will learn about the history and evolution of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and how the SEC currently defines a “financial expert.” This will help ensure your company is in compliance with current SEC regulations as regards finance experts who serve on your audit committee.
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Are You a New Manager? Here’s What You Better Learn.. Fast!

So you’re a brand new manager. Congratulations! You worked very hard to get here, and now you’re at the mountaintop. See those other peaks in the distance? Those are where you really want to be. Where you’re standing now? It’s only a foothill. Yes, it took a lot of time, effort and education to get here, but you have a lot more work ahead of you.

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employee-satisfaction

How to Ensure Employee Satisfaction

Employee attitudes are an essential reflection on any business, and customers recognize when employees are discontented with their jobs. Part of this links to monetary compensation and benefits, but there’s more to jobs than just compensation.

Employees respond to employers understanding their needs in the workplace, and when they make small and inexpensive changes to satisfy those needs.

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Entrepreneurial Ideas by Jonah Engler

5 Tips for Coming up with Creative, Entrepreneurial Ideas

Being an entrepreneur isn’t just about being charismatic and daring enough to venture into making your own business. It takes creativity and imagination to be able to actually come up with a business idea that’s worth having. So, if you’re getting the itch to do something new and want to try your hand at making something of your own, it’s time to break out your thinking cap and start thinking about how to become an idea machine.

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Do Introverts Make Better Entrepreneurs?

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When it comes to being an entrepreneur, personality plays a large role in how successful a person can be. The majority of people lean very definitely towards an introverted personality. That’s not to say that their quiet demeanor should be mistaken for “mousiness”.

Introverts get their inspiration from abstract thoughts and concepts. When they are quiet, it is because they are in deep thought, contemplating the best solution to a problem. They do not allow outside distractions to veer them off course. Continue reading

Perfect entrepreneurial team by Jonah Engler

Tips for Building the Perfect Entrepreneurial Team

Entrepreneurs often start solo, whether it’s in their parent’s basement or garage. But over time, as their business idea gains some traction and becomes a living, breathing life form, they get barraged with a variety of tasks and responsibilities that simply cannot be tackled by one person. As a result, entrepreneurs often have to transition from their solo act to a business team.

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Google and PR innovation by Jonah Engler

Google, Sidewalks and the PR of Innovation

All due respect to mighty Apple, it’s tough to argue that any company is working harder than Google to combine innovation and domination of the digital world. Google doesn’t always win with its ideas – cough, cough Google Glass – but, no matter how many times they strike out, they keep coming back into the box for another swing.

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Cut back on coffee

Guide on a 30 Day Challenge to Cut back on Coffee

While coffee can be healthy in moderation, few people actually enjoy a cup only once or twice a month. Most coffee consumers drink coffee immediately upon waking up to avoid the dreaded caffeine withdrawals. Withdrawals can begin in just a few hours after a missed cup, and the effects of withdrawals are severely debilitating. These effects include migraines, an inability to focus, plus irritability. Even without the withdrawal, coffee can cause a racing heart, unclear thoughts, and uneven energy levels throughout the day. To see if you function better without coffee, follow this 30 day guide to effortlessly cut back your coffee consumption!

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