Growth Strategies

There's a Good Reason You Should Think About Offering Voluntary Benefits
Benefits

There's a Good Reason You Should Think About Offering Voluntary Benefits

Voluntary benefits work well alongside high-deductible health plans because they meet employees' specific needs.
Matt Straz
No Successful Salesperson Is Too Proud to Use Any of These 12 Shameless Tactics
Closing Sales

No Successful Salesperson Is Too Proud to Use Any of These 12 Shameless Tactics

There is nothing wrong with "returning'' a call the prospect said they were going to give you but, apparently, has forgotten to.
Gene Marks
'Winning the Brain Game' Will Help Fix Your Fatal Flaws of Thinking
Train your brain

'Winning the Brain Game' Will Help Fix Your Fatal Flaws of Thinking

A new book shows you how to be a more creative and effective entrepreneur.
Carol Roth
Batting Practice Is Great, But Getting At Bat in a Game is Way More Important
Entrepreneur Network

Batting Practice Is Great, But Getting At Bat in a Game is Way More Important

John T. Meyer of web-design company Lemonly stresses the importance of application over education.
Entrepreneur Network
Only By Bridging Science and Spirituality Will We Find True Joy and Meaning in Life
Entrepreneur Network

Only By Bridging Science and Spirituality Will We Find True Joy and Meaning in Life

Dr. Dragos of Amazing University says that in order for us to create a future of abundance, we have to embrace both aspects of who we really are.
Entrepreneur Network
4 Ways to Boost Ranking For Your Own Branded Terms
Make More Happen

4 Ways to Boost Ranking For Your Own Branded Terms

All that's required to push your company name to the coveted top rank on search is working at it steadily.
John Rampton
How to Hire for a Quickly Growing Company Without Losing Your Mind
Inspiring Your Team

How to Hire for a Quickly Growing Company Without Losing Your Mind

Four creative strategies one HR professional used to hire 19 people inside of a month -- with a $600 budget.
Aimee Millwood
Entrepreneurs Can Learn a Lot From 'The Little Red Hen'
Entrepreneur Network

Entrepreneurs Can Learn a Lot From 'The Little Red Hen'

This classic children's tale asks the all-important question: Are you making your own bread -- or are you waiting for everyone else's help?
Entrepreneur Network
5 Lessons Video Games Taught Me About Success
Make More Happen

5 Lessons Video Games Taught Me About Success

Whether your game is 'Starcraft,' 'Dark Souls' or 'Candy Crush,' you'll find the similarities to startup life compelling.
Han-Gwon Lung
What This On-Demand Startup CEO Thinks the Sector Should Really Be Called
On-Demand

What This On-Demand Startup CEO Thinks the Sector Should Really Be Called

Handy's Oisin Hanrahan says the conversation about the new economy needs to change.
Catherine Clifford
Bad Timing Hurt Pets.com. Dodgeball.com Had No Strategic Plan. Be Aware of the Procession of Startup Pitfalls.
Failure

Bad Timing Hurt Pets.com. Dodgeball.com Had No Strategic Plan. Be Aware of the Procession of Startup Pitfalls.

Studying the way in which founders -- often with great ideas -- fail is the first step to avoid making the same mistakes.
Jeff Boss
The 5 Primary Stages of Business Every Entrepreneur Goes Through
Entrepreneurs

The 5 Primary Stages of Business Every Entrepreneur Goes Through

Know the stages so you can navigate them with ease.
Shannon Kaiser
10 Simple Ways to Improve Customer Retention Rates
Customer Retention

10 Simple Ways to Improve Customer Retention Rates

There should never be a point where you're content enough to stop improving.
Jayson DeMers