I’m still in the process of deconstructing my company’s original “secret sauce;” I haven’t yet figured out all of its components and how to replicate them in a larger team setting.
Monthly Archive: March 2018
If you are a blogger and considering outsourcing tasks to freelancers, it’s good to think this way. You need to decide whether you want to hang onto your money and control or outsource some tasks to save time.
In business and in life, it’s true that what goes up must come down. But if you pursue your goals with passion and persevere through your down cycle, you’ll also see that what goes down will always come back up!
There’s no shame in turning away business, because no matter who you are or what you do, the fact is you won’t be the best fit for everyone. Recognize and embrace that fact the next time you take a sales meeting.
Don’t leave your leadership undone. Complete the tasks that only you can fulfill. Say no to distractions so you can say yes to your destiny.
There’s a new era of opportunity for nonprofits and social good startups around the globe. Chock-full of new technology and exciting advancements, I am excited to see the ways in which emerging technologies have started to emerge within the social good space.
Change can be difficult, uncomfortable, and frightening. But sooner or later, most of us will have to reinvent ourselves (or risk getting left behind).
As a founder and CEO you’ll often wear many hats and perform different roles. However, an essential role that every CEO should perform is that of a Chief Sales Officer.
By executing these strategies, you can generate huge returns on the high investment that went into developing and launching a new product.
Starting a business is inherently a risky venture. You may not be able to control external factors, like a sudden fluctuation in the market. But there are many factors within your control.