3 Must Haves For A Successful Business

URLEmail I guess you could say I grew up eating, drinking and sleeping business. Ever since I can remember everyone I knew owned businesses. My grandparents owned a finance company, that was started by my grandfather’s parents. My aunt and uncle owned a furniture store. My parent owns rock quarries that his father started and my sister and her husband are buying. My mom owned her own salon. My brother has owned businesses, my husband has owned businesses…I think you are starting to get the picture. Our family holidays and dinners are all business chatter. Taxes, employees, customers, great years, bad

Motivating Your Employees to Get Involved in Strategic Planning

Featured Image- Motivating your employees to get involved in Strategic Planning

URLEmail It is vital these days for businesses of all sizes to plan ahead and have the right strategies in place in order to boost business success. Competition is stiff no matter what sector you are in, which means that developing effective strategies is vital. However, this is not something that you can do alone – you also need to try and get your employees on board to help with strategic planning and implementation. As all business owners know, your employees are the lifeblood of your company. With this in mind, it is important to involve them in the growth

Why Leading With a Servant’s Heart Should Matter to You

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My perspective on leadership is somewhat different from most. Anyone can yell orders or coerce others into doing what they want through a variety of strategies. But there is one way that will lead you straight into people’s hearts forever, and it’s not for the weak of stomach. It’s leading with a servant’s heart. That means putting yourself out there and taking care of those you are leading. There are so many examples of it in literature, from the story of Jesus washing feet, to Mother Theresa, to the Dalai Lama. Showing up and doing the hard stuff. Digging the

What are the Best Ways to Build a Business Profile for Your Resume?

What are the best ways to build a business profile for your resume?

Did you know that hiring managers spend an average of six seconds to make the initial “fit” or “no fit” hiring decision when looking at resumes? With this kind of competition, you need to ensure you pass the screening process and get into the interview room, right? Try building a killer business profile for your resume. A good profile is like putting an elevator in a ten-story building that helps the hiring manager to get to where they want to go quickly. A hard-hitting profile is packed with your most sought-after skills and expertise.  The following sections are essential for

William Shakespeare Quotes that Can Change Your Life

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William Shakespeare is considered as the best British writer and one of the most well-known playwrights in the whole world. His plays and other works, and also poems are being read by a lot of people up to now and are relevant for our time more than ever. A lot of his quotes had become winged and they are referred to by many famous people. Today we want to share a few of them. “It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves.” This quote by Shakespeare means that whichever the karma of a person is

Aiming at Forever: Long-term Plans to Grow Your Business

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Running a business is a world fraught with perils, and if you don’t tread carefully, you’re likely to be in deep water at best, and bankrupt at worst. The key to powering well beyond those fragile first 18 months is to look at every single decision you make and assess whether or not that choice is a smart one for the long term. There are many ways you can improve and grow your business temporarily, but if you’re not making choices in light of your future hopes and goals, they are likely not the right choices. Revamp That Business Plan

33 Simple, Low Budget Ways to Score More Customers for Your Business

33 Simple, Low Budget Ways to Score More Customers for Your Business

Getting clients and customers in business is the holy grail of growing your income. And I hear the cry daily of “I need more customers” from people, and they always want more ideas for how to get more customers in their businesses.   With that idea in mind, I decided to create a list with a ton of different ways to get customers or clients in business. Now, I’m not encouraging you to use every single one of these. The trick is to find the few that really work for you.  1. Direct Mailing. I’ve heard some say that they

How to Dress Like a Smart and Successful Entrepreneur

How to dress like a smart and successful entrepreneur

~by Jenny Park~ . There are times when we try to look witty we tend to do unfortunate stuff that makes us look stupid instead. Some people tend to experiment with unusual words and even put on an excellent poker face when speaking, which, based on studies, can blow you up straight in the face. We have this feeling that we can be successful, that we can make our small ideas big. Those may bring you millions, and eventually, you will get famous because of your innovative ideas. Do you feel this? Do you expect it to happen because you

What Do I Do With All These Business Cards?

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~by Haley Lynn Gray~   If you’ve been to a few networking meetings, chances are you’ve accumulated a healthy stack or two of business cards. I collect them by the cartload. The question then becomes, “What in the world do I do with all of these business cards?” There are some things you should do, and then there are some things you absolutely should not do if you don’t want to face prosecution and fines.   Wait, what?  If you collect business cards, do not go back to your office and add each of those people to your email list.

Featured Expert: William D. Burton

William D. Burton featured expert.

At age 30, William D. Burton was taught a mindfulness process which enhanced his creative ability to communicate with the Subconscious Mind. This led him to become recognized as both a wellness consultant and a world class performing artist. William went on to transform people’s lives as a wellness consultant while also receiving standing ovations opening for the legendary Muddy Waters and blues icon Mr. John Lee Hooker. He has performed at retreats for Jack Canfield-Chicken Soup Enterprises and Les Brown – a $100 million earner as a Motivational Speaker. Q & A   Leadership Girl (LG): What is the