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It will take some adjusting to get used to being your own boss, but the good news is that it is possible to run a business and have a happy, fulfilling life at the same time. All it takes is a little thought and a lot of discipline.
Not all people learn the same way. Neither do your employees. In order to run the best company possible, it’s important to understand how your employees learn and work.
Being a boss is hard. Being an extraordinary boss is even harder. But, it’s work with a high return on investment: more motivated and productive employees.
There’s no better time than the New Year to commit to small changes in your life or in your business, so here are my three tips for re-focusing your energy and growing your business in 2014.
Just because an employee has been around for awhile doesn’t mean they’re delivering the same results as before, or that they’re a match for where your company’s headed as it grows.
Work is still work, wherever you do it from. And working from home poses its own unique set of challenges that traditional office workers may not be prepared for.
Here’s a great update: It’s almost two years now since I posted Tell Your Story Well, on my main blog here at Bplans, recommending Nancy Duarte’s brilliant book Resonate. Nancy recently optimized that book for interactive multi-media use, and posted it entirely free. And that’s a real gift. I wrote in that post: If you ever [...]
Introverts have strengths that are often seen as weaknesses in a world where the loud and bold are lauded. Manage them well and your business will be rewarded.
I like the premise of Barbara Weltman’s new book Smooth Failing: learning from failure and mistakes. One problem in the world of entrepreneurship is the way we celebrate successes and hide failures.