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First Time Working Remotely? Here’s How to Ease Into It

Remote work may become the new normal for many employees in the coming months as a precaution against the coronavirus. If you already work remotely and have been doing so for some time, you’re probably accustomed to the process. Those that have not worked remotely before, however, may be a bit hesitant on what to …

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Preparing Your Emergency Sales Plan: What If You Couldn’t Work for 30 Days?

What if you weren’t able to work for 30 days? Do you have an emergency sales plan? Thankfully, I did. My husband tore his Achilles tendon. What was first diagnosed as an injury that could be fixed with physical therapy turned into one requiring surgery and one month of not being able to put any …

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How Busy Are You, Really? Here Are 5 Ways to Find Out

Are you busy, or just busy bragging? You might feel personally attacked by this question, but it’s a legitimate one—and one that’s been on minds of most bosses in all industries, especially in the past couple of decades. According to one study of 10,000 adults across 28 different countries, 42% of adults admit to habitually …

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Is Your Business Stuck in a Rut? Ask Your Team These 3 Key Questions to Help Challenge the Status Quo

By David Pierce Despite decades of doing the same old thing, your company does not have to accept the status quo. Let me explain. As a business coach, I am working with a company in an industry that accepts as the norm leadership by brute force, annual employee turnover rates in excess of 100%, and …

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Is Technology Improving or Sabotaging Your Productivity?

When it comes to technology, most of us are grateful for it. Computers make everything easier—from researching information to communicating with friends and colleagues—and even once basic devices like phones and cars are getting high-tech makeovers to do more, faster and better. At the same time, there are critical drawbacks that occasionally prevent technology from …

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16 Valuable Life Lessons You Can Learn From Entrepreneurs

Whether you’re faced with an obstacle or an opportunity in life or business, such moments can offer important life lessons that can help you grow. Certain business or life lessons tend to stick with you through the years, shaping your personal and professional mindset. That’s why we asked a group of Young Entrepreneur Council members to …

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Is Entrepreneurship Hazardous to Your Health? How to Stay Healthy While Running a Business

By Dr. David Minkoff In my medical practice, I treat a lot of patients who are in business for themselves. I can confirm, therefore, that entrepreneurs are busy people. In fact, at least one survey found they tend to work 63% longer than regular employees. With all that time put into the job, there’s not …

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Transitioning From Entrepreneurship Back to Employment: Sometimes It’s the Best Thing for Your Business and Yourself

I have proudly been an entrepreneur for 13 years. Longer, if you count my short-lived gift basket business in college. I thought I’d always be one, and that I’d never take a JOB job. But that’s exactly what I’ve done. And I couldn’t be happier. Here’s why I traded being my own boss for a …

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How to Stop Micromanaging Your Employees

One of the most common struggles a new leader faces is learning to delegate and let go of the “little things.” While you may feel like you need constant oversight into your team’s work, micromanaging employees damages morale and drives away your top performers. It also prevents your team from doing truly creative or innovative …

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Lost Your Job? Here’s How to Start a Business in 9 Steps

By Mark Thompson Losing a job is one of the most stressful triggers a person can experience in their adult life. Anyone who’s been through job loss—or has had someone close to them get fired—knows that such an event causes tremendous upheaval in the world as they know it. The good news is any ending …

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Work-Life Balance Is Nearly Impossible—Let’s Try to Achieve Work-Life ‘Harmony’ Instead

By Christal Bemont When I started managing my company’s fastest-growing business unit, I began spending more time working at the office or meeting prospects and customers. It was thrilling to be at the heart of such a dynamic time at my company, but it also meant I spent less time doing the things I love, …

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5 Ways Emotional Intelligence Improves the Workplace

By Steven Hymovitch Emotional intelligence. Researchers Peter Salovey and John Mayer coined the term, and Dan Goleman brought it into the mainstream using it in the titles of his many books on the subject. And while Salovey, Mayer, and Goleman could give forth long explanations about what exactly emotional intelligence (EI) is, it’s really nothing …

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