9 Raw Truths About Being an Entrepreneur

BusinessCollective A virtual mentorship program powered by ambitious young thought leaders, entrepreneurs, executives & small business owners, hit the nail on the head with their article at Huffington Post.  Between working all hours of the day to carrying a heavy load of responsibilities, nine entrepreneurs reveal why being your own boss isn’t as glamorous as it’s […]

When to say NO to a Prospective Client

Karen Trepte International Business Coach, CEO and Founder of GaijinWorks Business Coaching, wrote a great article at Huffington Post. When do you say no to a prospect? Here are 3 of those very scenarios. They show little respect for your time Their values are not your values They ask for something outside your core competency    […]

Three Pillars of Organic Brand Growth

Jeff Lotman the Founder & CEO of Global Icons wrote a great article over at Huffington Post today on organic business growth. As founder and CEO of Global Icons, a global brand licensing agency, I’ve worked with dozens of brands over the years to help them reach new audiences and additional revenue streams. While every deal […]

7 Questions To Ask Before Pulling the Plug on Your Business

Joanna Malefaki Teacher, Blogger at www.mypinkrambles.com wrote at Huffington Post the following article. A while back I wrote a blog post about a professional failure. I had a business which I had to shut down after seven years (language school). Today, I am going to share with you the questions I asked myself and helped me […]

Working Hard Gets You Nowhere

Tamara Kleinberg is an authority on waking people up to their ability to be innovative and guiding them through executing their ideas. In her current article on Huffington Post, she shares some insights, into the fact working hard may not be enough! If it’s one thing I’ve learned over my adult years, it’s that working […]

Student Credit Cards: Really for Students?

by Virginia C. McGuire Credit history, like work experience, can seem impossible to get unless you already have some. How do you build a good track record if nobody will give you your first chance? That’s why student credit cards seem attractive. The name implies that as long as you’re a student, you can get a credit […]

What’s A Girl to Do? Rise Above Bias

Coauthored by blogger’s daughter Harvard University Freshman Amelia Miller Every few years there’s a new crop of theories that purport to explain why women aren’t as professionally successful as men. In the seventies it was psychologist (and Radcliffe dean) Matina Horner and the “fear of success,” which held that women stopped themselves from advancing out […]

The 10 Biggest Fitness Trends Of The Year (So Far)

Wearable fitness is all the rage, but we probably didn’t have to tell you that. There are hundreds of versions of fitness trackers on the market. While some perform as basic pedometers, others follow your every workout, snore, calorie and can even improve your posture. Read The Full Report @ #HuffingtonPost

How to Build a Company Culture Even if Your Team is Remote

In the daily commotion of managing a business, it can be easy to forget about company culture, especially if your business employs a lot of remote staff. On top of tracking the bottom line, assessing customer satisfaction with services or products, and opening new markets, culture can become, unintentionally, a low priority. That’s if it […]