Posts Tagged ‘work’

Working Remote. Yeah. About That.

Mike | July 22nd, 2013

On any given day at the crowdSPRING HQ, we will have anywhere between 1 and 6 people working in the office simultaneously. Of late, 1 is the more common number and 6 is becoming a rarity. Why is that? Well a year or two ago we instituted a policy (I say “instituted,” but really it […]

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The Work/Home Möbius Strip

Mike | January 21st, 2013

Today is Sunday and, as is the case with most Sundays, I am working at home. Not a ton of work, mind you. I will probably put in 4-5 hours today: writing this post, updating BI data, checking in with customer service, and answering the emails that demand attention. I also was abe to cook […]

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Labor Day! Let’s Celebrate the Workers

Mike | September 3rd, 2012 Labor Day New Your 1882

“The worst crime against working people is a company which fails to operate at a profit.” ~ Samuel Gompers  Most of our posts on the crowdSPRING Blog focus on managing businesses and startups; we often write about best practices, and offer plenty of practical tips for managers. Today is a little different, because in the US, […]

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Jason Calacanis’s “120% Solution” is Wrong

Ross | December 5th, 2008

Earlier this week, Jason Calacanis sent an essay to his mailing list titled “The 120% Solution”. A copy of the essay is posted to Calacanis’s blog. In his essay, Calacanis advocates working 20% more – by adding a sixth day to our workweek – until “America takes care of its debt, untangles the housing mess […]

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The Benefits of Working at a Start Up

Angeline | August 12th, 2008

We got the pictures back today from a photo shoot we did earlier last week. We’ll share more of our ridiculousness with you all in the upcoming days, but just take note that one of the benefits of working at crowdSPRING is that our co-founder Ross Kimbarovsky is always ready and willing to be your […]

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Ideals and Reality

Ross | July 22nd, 2008

The 4-day workweek. The 4-hour work week. Sounds really nice, doesn’t it? Who wouldn’t want to work 4 days every week and then play for 3 days? It’s not surprising that tens of thousands of books have been written about efficiency, about working less, about being more productive, about getting more out of your day, […]

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