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How to Prioritize Yourself
How to Prioritize Yourself

As an entrepreneur, you are the most invested person in your business, literally and figuratively speaking. It’s easy to bury yourself in your work but it’s important to make sure that you know your limitations. Plan Breaks When you are working day-to-day, you should plan on taking some time to recharge and step away from your work. Set up timers…

Why You Need to Travel
Why You Need to Travel

Travel can be expensive, especially for a smaller business. But traveling is a great way to expand your personal network. Attending conventions related to your industry can be very valuable to gaining clients and referrals. You’ll also likely find yourself traveling to make pitches if you have a business that is conducive to national or international clientele. It’s also a…

Building a Personal Brand
Building a Personal Brand

Branding for your business is essential to your success. But how do you build your personal brand? Google Yourself Take a look at the results that show up. Is there anything on there that you’d rather move past? Does nothing show up besides your social profiles? Take some time to curate your presence online. Play to Your Strengths What are…

How to Say “No”
How to Say “No”

A coworker has approached you and asked you to take a task or assist them with a project. Thing is, you have projects of your own. How do you say no without hurting your relationship? Here are a few tips: Take Time to Assess your Priorities Rather than giving a “no” outright (even if you know that will be the…

Invest in Your Team for Success
Invest in Your Team for Success

Your company is more than the sum of its parts and this is reflected the most in your team. It’s important to have a team with complementary skill sets and personality traits. There are SO MANY tests, activities, and charts that can help you determine this but here is just one for you that I enjoy: That said, it shouldn’t…

Why Entrepreneurs Quit
Why Entrepreneurs Quit

Owning a business can be a stressful experience and many businesses will fail, typically within the first five years. Here are some of the reason entrepreneurs give up on their businesses: Imposter SyndromeIt can happen to anyone and most people have felt at some point. Imposter syndrome is a psychological term referring to a pattern of behavior where people doubt…

Should You Have a Safety Net?
Should You Have a Safety Net?

This is a topic on which there are a lot of opinions. Should you, as an entrepreneur, have a fallback in case things don’t go as planned? On the one hand, most small businesses will ultimately fail and usually within the first five years. Having a fall back is certainly the most pragmatic thing to do. Also, depending on the…

Skills That Employees Need to Have
Skills That Employees Need to Have

The workplace is ever changing. The skills we needed five years ago, a decade ago may be less relevant now. Here are some skills that all employees should have (at least some of): The Ability to Switch GearsBusiness today is kind of chaotic. Being able to switch between projects and initiatives is a vital skill in today’s environment. Having the…

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