12 Transportation Businesses You Can Start Now

The following represent many of the possible types of transportation businesses you could decide to start. It all depends on what your personal interest is and what skills you want to employ in your business. 1. Taxi service Despite its … Continue reading

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3 Content Marketing Trends You Need to Be Addressing in Q2

Content marketing has evolved a lot in a very short time span. What was once a market dominated by whoever could produce the largest volume of marginal-quality content is now a market where success is based largely on your connections, … Continue reading

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6 Unlikely Characteristics Common Among Billionaires

What do the wealthiest people on this planet have in common? A great business sense? Luck? A strong work ethic? The likely answer is a combination of all of these and much more. However, when we look at the characteristics … Continue reading

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5 Ways You Annoy Your Employer

First of all know this: you’re valuable. We love you. You’re important to the business. It’s just that, well, sometimes as an employee you can do things that get under our skin. Want some examples? OK, here are five. Yes, … Continue reading

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5 Ways Varied Job Experience Helps Your Career

Did you go to school for something unrelated to your job? You are far from alone. A study by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York found that only 27.3 percent of college graduates were working in a job directly … Continue reading

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Don’t Be Surprised When Employees Don’t Value Your Impersonal Gift

At an HR management conference recently, I was somewhat surprised to learn that there is an attitude that is still hanging around, which is that companies still believe and employ the method of giving their employees “stuff” to show their … Continue reading

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The Number 1 Rule to Get Things Done

One of the biggest struggles millennials face is wading through the information overload to figure out what we should be doing with our time. Can you really blame us? Every time you look at your phone, dozens of pings, notifications … Continue reading

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Stop Treating Your Employees Like Mushrooms

You’ve probably heard the expression “feeling like a mushroom,” which is to say feeling kept in the dark, left uninformed and fed a bunch of sh–. Think shittake mushrooms. Now, research has officially applied this urban phrase to the workplace, … Continue reading

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Why I Believe in Miracles

During the 1980 Olympic Games, the U.S. went up against the legendary Soviet Union hockey juggernaut. With the world watching, the U.S. underdogs rose to the occasion and TV broadcaster Al Michaels’ famously yelled, “Do you believe in miracles?” Yes, … Continue reading

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7 Tips for the International Entrepreneur

Business has taken me to Asia, Europe, Minnesota, Boston, Colorado, and several other U.S. cities in the last two months. Sounds pretty awesome right? While parts of being the Founder of an international startup are great, it’s also a grueling … Continue reading

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