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Can You Run Your Business Stress-Free?

To grow your business, it is paramount that you limit the amount of stress you are under throughout your tenure as your company’s leader. Without the burden of stress, you will be able to have more clarity about the major issues that your business is facing and will be able to stay more productive throughout…

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Are you making the most money from your blog?

Making money from blogs is quickly becoming a popular way to earn money. Many people are now monetizing on blogs that they’ve had for many years. However, you can still make money even if you haven’t owned a blog for a long time, and here are a few ways you can do this. Pexels –…

What Type Of Business Should You Start

Image source When you start to think about the idea of starting a company, you won’t always know exactly what you want to do. Sometimes, it just starts with a nugget. You have a rough idea of what you want to do but you’re not really sure what kind of business you want to go…

Employing H-2A Workers The Right Way

If you are leading an agricultural firm, you may need to fill positions with H-2A workers. These are foreign nationals who arrive in the USA seeking temporary work in agriculture under a visa without a pathway to citizenship. The demand for these visas has surged, but it has also led to the horrific abuse of…

How To Increase The Output Of Your Workforce

The output of your workforce will have a direct impact on your business growth and potential. Lacking efficiency and productivity can hinder business sales, stunt its growth, and reduce its success.  If you are a business owner, boss, or manager looking to increase the output of your workforce, here are some top tips. Image source…

Familiarizing Potential Future Customers With Your Products

Image Source   We all want to sell as many of our products as possible. Part of this entails ensuring people know about your product. You can have the best offerings on the market, but if nobody knows they exist, you aren’t going to make many sales. Here are a few ways to shout about…

Practical Ways to Nurture Your Business Relationships

A  2021 study revealed that 31% of customers abandon commercial entities because they failed to personalize business relationships. This places immense significance on business relationships and their contribution to commercial sustenance. If you are a business owner, you should determine the utmost driving force for customer loyalty and balance the big picture. That said, here…

What’s in Your Bubble?

During my presentations, I often speak about the ‘bubbles’ we create in our heads (Imagine, if you will, those thought bubbles floating over a comic character’s head). Like many of you, I am enthralled by what goes on in those very fascinating brains of ours. I use this ‘bubble’ language to further expand upon a…

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What’s in Your Bubble?

During my presentations, I often speak about the ‘bubbles’ we create in our heads (Imagine, if you will, those thought bubbles floating over a comic character’s head). Like many of you, I am enthralled by what goes on in those very fascinating brains of ours. I use this ‘bubble’ language to further expand upon a…

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Traveling Along the Road to Effective Management: Thoughts on Airlines & Leadership

What a whirlwind! Talk about heavy travel… over the last 11 days I have been in 10 different airports, flown 4 different airlines and have had a whole slew of experiences with various types of management and leadership styles! It’s no secret that the slumping economy and rising cost of fuel have affected the airline…

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Traveling Along the Road to Effective Management: Thoughts on Airlines & Leadership

What a whirlwind! Talk about heavy travel… over the last 11 days I have been in 10 different airports, flown 4 different airlines and have had a whole slew of experiences with various types of management and leadership styles! It’s no secret that the slumping economy and rising cost of fuel have affected the airline…

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