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The more you plan ahead, learn about the successes and failures of other business leaders while simultaneously creating an agile, easily adaptable company, the more likely you are to pass new milestones seamlessly.
Define who you are and where you want to go. Then make it official with your statement.
To succeed, leaders must effectively set, measure and evaluate goals.
The entrepreneurial realm offers an ocean of opportunity. However, with such opportunity also comes a propensity for confusion.
Some of the biggest achievements in history were made by men and women who understood the importance of attitude.
Aiming high could push you to new heights, or sour your spirit. Here are five ways to find the right balance.
Much like a rallying football team, one conversation, one phone call, one client or one sale can swing things in your favor.
Writing down your goals and reviewing them daily are critical for success.
Aim for for the gold standard when conducing individual reviews. Create an environment where ongoing evaluation is a welcomed aspect of workplace culture not a loathsome ritual.
Using author Tom Corley as inspiration, here's a checklist to the best things in life.
During those regular gatherings to discuss individual employee performance and goals, vary the setting, format and agenda for better results.
Overcome the uncomfortable and awkward moment of a rejection from a client.
Consider how to truly listen to another colleague. You'll arrive at better discussions, decisions and results.
Keep your head above water while dealing with all the tactical things that cry out for an entrepreneur's attention every day.
Nothing is coming out right, and you can't seem to figure out what to do. It happens to every creative professional, but it doesn't have to stop your work.
If you feel more comfortable keeping your day job while pursuing your business dream, follow these tips.
Imagining your work life in the months and years ahead? Pick immediate and intermediate checkpoints along the way to reach your final objective.
Develop a customized tool that will serve to focus you on your most important objectives. Write it in user-friendly prose so you'll check it weekly.
In a slump? Don't try harder. Electrocute yourself. Seriously.
BetterWorks, which just raised a $15.5 million Series A round, merges the concepts of game mechanics and the quantified self to motivate and manage employees' goals.
Two young women recount the lessons they learned from starting their social media-marketing agency.
Clear out the mental clutter and the day's distractions to focus on what you think is important.
A recent Gallup poll proclaimed that social media marketing has little effect on whether people buy products, but it may not tell the whole story.
A new CEO seeks to make dramatic changes without disarming the staff. Here's what he did.
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