Miles Jennings

Miles Jennings

Guest Writer / Founder and CEO of Recruiter.com

Miles Jennings is an entrepreneur, founder and CEO of Recruiter.com, an online career service firm based in Farmington, Conn. Recruiter helps people discover opportunities, follow their passions and live life with purpose.

Customer Feedback

I Asked 10,000 Users to Meet With Me. Here's What Happened.

Hearing people's personal stories and situations is an incredibly deep experience.
Social Media Marketing

7 Strategies for Achieving Phenomenal Online Community Growth

The CEO of Recruiter.com shares his ideas, based on his experience curating a LinkedIn Group.
Raising Capital

7 Tips for an Investment Pitch That Excites and Inspires

Seeking your first round of capital can be a daunting task. Here's how to effectively position your venture by telling a compelling story that will entice investors.
Project Grow

The 4 Best Ways to Keep Inspired

Don't let winter doldrums hinder your tackling work with the freshest mindset.
Young Entrepreneurs

What Young People Must Know About Entrepreneurship

To prompt more teens and college kids to consider starting a business as a viable career option, clue them in to the following critical factors.
Mistakes

Don't Make These 5 Mistakes in the New Year

An entrepreneur admits to omissions in the past year while caught up in rainmaking and promises to not let some crucial items fall by the wayside.
Raising Capital

5 Questions the Right Investor Will Ask You

Look for someone who will help in ways beyond providing money and become a long-term partner.
Software

The Software Tools in My Company's Arsenal

A company executive shares his choices for powering up his office.
Goals

7 Must-Dos Before the End of the Year

Finish the quarter not just profitably but thoughtfully. Review results, reset your agenda and reach for the right goals in 2015.
Take It From The Pros

5 Thoughts That Crush Success

Change your self-talk to lead you to triumph in business.
Entrepreneurs

The Big Lessons I Learned From My First Entrepreneurial Job

A painting enterprise during college provides illuminating insights for a business leader.
Startup Cities

5 Tips for Succeeding When Your City's Startup Scene Sucks

Entrepreneurs live in communities across the country beyond Silicon Valley and Silicon Alley. Here's how to maximize your area's offerings.
Remote Workers

5 Reasons to Refrain From Hiring Virtual Employees

Despite the growing popularity of telecommuting, having an all-remote work environment might absolutely kill a business.
Inspiring Your Team

Why You Should Hire Only Flexible Minds

At startups and elsewhere, the desired players are those ready to be versatile and respond to the inevitable disruption and change.
Business Models

Claim to Be the Uber of X. Enliven Your Company With the Right Analogy.

Give your startup some inspiration by modeling it after a successful enterprise. This will help you explain your business to outsiders and provide insights for future direction.
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