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By adapting these mindsets, founders can help scale their business into a successful venture.
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Working 18-hour days is not a badge of honor. Instead of being a success strategy, it will only lead to fatigue and burn out.
Not every customer will be your favorite. In fact, not every customer should even be your customer.
When it comes to refocusing your business, you need to be smart about changing course.
Did Melania plagiarize Michelle (and, if so, why her instead of Pat Nixon or Nancy Reagan?) or are we all just recycling and reusing good lines?
For those globetrotting entrepreneurs living on an airplane and in a hotel doesn't have to be miserable.
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When you don't have funding, here are a few pointers for attracting top-notch employees.
After trying all the tips and tricks out there, I can up with the best way to ensure meetings are beneficial, not time wasters.
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Mistakes happen. What will separate you and your business from the competition is how you manage them.
It can be disheartening when someone quits your company, the one you built and believe in. Here is how to handle it with grace.
Running a lean company in the beginning may require some corners to be cut.
Here are a few pointers on how to optimize the frequency and structure of team meetings , ensure everyone is informed, aligned on goals and most of all meetings are productive.
Shipping your products off to retailers is sexy and easy, but it could have a substantial financial impact on your business.
They are basically all the same. Here is what I am doing about it.
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