Mon.Feb 22, 2021

12 Tips To Organize Your Small Business For Success

Dumb Little Man

As a small business owner myself, it was quite a journey to get my business organized. Especially in the beginning stages when you’re a solopreneur who’s wearing all the hats and doing all the things, most of us hustle hard. And while that’s fine for a while, it’s definitely not a long-term strategy.

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Will Coworking Be One of the "Big Winners in the Age of Remote Work"?

Small Business Labs

Business Insider has an excellent interview with Richard Florida , a leading expert on cities and urbanism and the author of The Rise of the Creative Class. The interview covers a lot of interesting ground, and it’s well worth reading. But one part jumped out at us.    Key quote: Human beings are social animals. We require connection, we require human interaction. Remote workers who are by definition working outside of the office will require more of this.

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This is Why Meetings are Such a Hot Mess -- and What You Can Do About It

On The Job

It often seems that many meetings go off the rails right away. Someone shows up late. Another person won't stop texting. Still another participant stares into space and seems to be in another world entirely.

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Monday Moving Forward – Don’t Ride With The Hurricane

Brilliantly Better

My 365 days writing challenge is progressing nicely, I’m already close to 60 days of continuous blogging and the habit is starting to stick. Since I’m getting more and more comfortable with it, I decided to give it a little bit of a structure.

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The Courageous La Donna Finnels-Neal, Founder & CEO of Energy Industry Support International

Admin Awards

La Donna Finnels-Neal was first discovered working at Walmart when someone approached her and knew raw talent when they saw it. Soon after she was working for Enron in the administrative field in Houston, Texas.

Setting Course for Promotion From Day One

AdminUniverse

The moment you walk into the office on your first day, you should head for promotion. “Complacency happens when you least expect it,” so setting your course to level up in your role should be a plan you are continually building and implementing.

Learning To Play The Guitar – 6 Months After

Brilliantly Better

This is a major milestone for my guitar journey. When I started, exactly 6 months ago, on August 23rd 2020, I promised myself I will be able to play Spanish Romance in 6 months. I had no previous experience with the instrument (barely knew how to hold it), and no musical experience whatsoever. I was. Read more. The post Learning To Play The Guitar – 6 Months After appeared first on Dragos Roua. Personal Development

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