More From John Rampton
Twitter's unexpected return to growth provides lessons for every entrepreneur.
It feels like you have all the time in the world when you start working from home. Ignore that feeling because you don't.
Getting up an hour earlier and making good use of the time is the surest way to make every day far more productive.
The least nudge is often all that is needed to get a wavering customer to purchase.
A fresh start is half way through the year is how you achieve the goals you set New Year's Day.
People take jobs for a paycheck but they only keep jobs when they feel valued and part of a team.
Starting a Business
A company, like a house, can only be as strong as its foundation.
Beating yourself up for being "lazy" is self-defeating.
The youngest workers entering the workforce aren't like their older siblings. Good luck keeping everybody happy.
Learning From Mistakes
Among the logical errors nearly everybody makes is thinking only everybody else make logical errors.
Our fixation on the eight-hour workday is probably making us unhappier and less productive.
The open office was an exciting innovation in 1900, and people didn't like it then, either.
Balancing work and fun will yield large benefits.
Employees aren't just the skills you hired them for. They are people with all the baggage that entails.