Repeat after me: I network therefore I am successful. Simple, right.
Tagged: business etiquette
Networking is hard work for me, but I don’t want that to be obvious to everyone in the room. Here are a few tips from my networking playbook.
Don’t screw up your chances of meeting with an investor just because your email etiquette is lacking. Here’s a brief look at four essential rules.
Here are four ways you can take on business mixers with confidence and purpose.
Here’s how to tie your product or services into most conversations without it coming across as a crude or a blatant sales pitch.
If you want to instantly improve your company’s image here are five unprofessional habits to break immediately when it comes to business.
How can you, as an entrepreneur, create an adequate cell phone policy without inciting a rebellion amongst your staff? There is unfortunately no all-encompassing answer to this issue, but there are steps to take that can help you figure out exactly what your cell phone policy should be.
Have you ever experienced a business situation or witnessed an event that left you thinking, “Really? You’ve got to be kidding me!” Has someone ever called you thirty minutes late, looped in a third-party to a private email conversation or said something terribly inappropriate in a business meeting? You’re not alone.
If there’s one piece of business advice I can’t ever stress enough, it’s simply to be – nice. People like nice people. People like to work with nice people. People like to help nice people. People do not, however, like or want to go out of their way to help someone who is mean, difficult or otherwise personality-deficient. Seems pretty simple. So why, in business, aren’t more people nicer? Probably because “nice” is typically associated with “pushover,” “not taken seriously” and “won’t get very far.” Read more. Visit www.YFSentrepreneur.com