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Return on experience is significantly more objective than a return on investment since the measurement varies by opinion rather than hard numbers. Derek Halpern of Nvoicepay explains.
What steps should small business owners take to make sure they come out on the other side of the current crisis in good shape? Andi Gray, president of Strategy Leaders highlights a few points for them to consider.
This year has undoubtedly taken a toll on so many small businesses, yet the data shows the entrepreneurial spirit remains strong with a drive to push onward, improve and succeed.
What's the best place in the US for an entrepreneur to move to and launch a startup or business? Arnold Katz offers three of the cities he thinks are most suitable.
Businesses that adapt quickly to work for their customers in this environment are more likely to prosper in the long term. Erin Yurday, CEO, Co-founder and Editor of NimbleFins shares some tips.
To effectively go from victim to victor, Dr Jason Selk says you must gain control over your thoughts and approach problems with what he calls "Relentless Solution Focus".
2021 promises to be a big year for vacation rental owners, who can successfully compete for the business of digital nomads by offering sought-after amenities, insists Pamela Knudsen, Director of Compliance Services for Avalara MyLodgeTax.
Video viewing popularity isn’t going to go away anytime soon, which makes it that much more important that companies consider their advertising expenses. Now is the time to make decisions that will bring in more results, especially when it comes to advertising online.
When life is chaotic and precarious, we can’t go to work a stressed-out mess. Instead, we must be calm, positive, and perpetually open to hearing and acting on the best ideas. Ed Hess explains why inner peace is the business skill we all need.
As organizations determine their new structure and processes, the gig talent economy can fill critical gaps without organizations needing to make a long-term commitment.
While scrambling to keep their business alive in tough times, leaders may forget to thank someone essential: their employees. Deb Boelkes says it’s time for that to change. And she shares some heartfelt ways to show gratitude this Thanksgiving.
Successfully starting and growing a business can be a tough challenge for even the most adept entrepreneurs. Exiting a business for maximum profit, however, can prove even more difficult.
More and more companies are realizing that flexible work arrangements are beneficial, and professionals around the world are embracing the freedom that comes with remote work.
To be and work at your best, take a step back to reveal whether you have autonomy, find what you do meaningful, have the opportunity to continually learn, and enjoy who you work with. Find your "dopeness", Jonas Altman advises.
When the world around us seems to be going crazy, we may become distracted by feelings of fear, worry or dread. Joey Klein, author of "The Inner Matrix", outlines four steps to help you reset your internal state.