Posts Tagged ‘leadership’

Mastering the Art of Persuasion: How To Get What You Want

Arielle Kimbarovsky | March 9th, 2016

Persuasion is a delicate art form. It’s easy to be ineffective when trying to persuade, but also remarkably easy to be overbearing. As a business owner or entrepreneur, your job is mostly to persuade. You must persuade people to come work for you, stay in your company, follow your lead, become a customer, be a […]

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Twitter Link Roundup #295 – Terrific Reads For Small Business, Entrepreneurs, Marketers and Designers!

Ross Kimbarovsky | February 19th, 2016

It’s  difficult to beat the sincerity and purity of a cute three year old singing “Part of Your World” from the Little Mermaid. The video above will  put a smile on your face. Now, we hope you enjoy another great set of links and articles that we shared with you over the past week on […]

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Busted or Confirmed? 3 Common Myths About Starting A Business

Arielle Kimbarovsky | February 17th, 2016

There are many myths about what it takes to start a business. Time and time again, experts in entrepreneurship and business (often with little to no operating experience of their own) offer formulaic advice on what startups must do to succeed. The truth is that there is no one way to “correctly” start a company. […]

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The Surprising Ways a Distributed Team Can Help Your Company Succeed

Arielle Kimbarovsky | February 10th, 2016

I love working with people from around the world and truly believe that distributed teams provide huge benefits for small businesses and startups. I’m not alone to think so – according to a study updated in September 2015, the number of people working remotely risen 103% in the past year. Still, even as the number […]

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How to Avoid Failure: Two Common Small Business Mistakes

Arielle Kimbarovsky | February 3rd, 2016

We all experience failure at some point in our lives. As business owners, failure is common to us- not every idea can be a winner. As entrepreneurs, the looming fear of failure is all too real. According to Forbes, nine out of ten startups will fail within their first few years of operation. This means […]

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The Science of Productivity and Happiness: Why Your Office is Hurting Your Company

Arielle Kimbarovsky | January 27th, 2016

Working in a cubicle is my worst nightmare. The idea of being confined in such a small space with little variation for many hours a day sounds unbelievably boring. Thankfully, I am fortunate to work in an open, flexible environment. Unfortunately, most offices aren’t built with our well-being in mind (or for getting actual work […]

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Twitter Link Roundup #294 – Terrific Reads For Small Business, Entrepreneurs, Marketers and Designers!

Ross Kimbarovsky | January 22nd, 2016

When it comes to business, just as in our personal lives, we tend to quickly stereotype people when we meet them. Often, these stereotypes often get in the way of business and personal relationships. Here’s a humorous and unfortunately, not entirely untrue look at what one might see if they put on “racist’ eyeglasses. The […]

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Twitter Link Roundup #293 – All About Small Business, Startups, and Designers!

Mike | October 30th, 2015

Did you see the animated film, “Up?” Did you like the animated film, “Up?” Do you get teary when you hear the theme song from the animated film, “Up?” If you answered yes (or even if you answered, no) to any of the questions above, go ahead. Click the play button. Let’s see if you can handle this […]

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Twitter Link Roundup #292 – Ideas and Info For Small Business, Startups, and Designers!

Mike | October 23rd, 2015

Could this be my favorite movie of the past 25 years? Maybe. Is this my favorite television series of all time? I should say so. Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction is a quintessential genre film from 1994. It helped to re-energize and re-define for a new generation of viewers a classic vein of filmic storytelling. Breaking Bad, […]

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Small Business and Startups: Telling the Truth

Mike | October 19th, 2015

Telling the truth conjures images of cherry trees and axes. Violence followed by confession leads to redemption right? In business the truth can be elusive, even fungible. As much as we try to craft the perfect projections, what happens in business is never predictable and outcomes can not be conjured from a crystal ball. So […]

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