July 20, 2014
molly published this at 3:00 am
“The light at the end of the tunnel is a train.”
Sarcasm and cynicism are used to mask fear all of the time. Voiced under the guise of humor, cynics throw their verbal rocks from the periphery and never actually put any skin into the game. It’s easy to be a cynic.
As entrepreneurs, you can count on other people to question your sanity as you pursue your dreams and goals. Sometimes, others are well-intentioned and offer their advice from a point of care and concern for you. But there’s a different quality to the Read More…
July 18, 2014
rosemary published this at 6:30 am
By Robyn Tippins
If you are a small to medium sized business owner, I’m here to tell you today that your time is limited. I know this will come as an enormous surprise, but there are a finite number of your hours to go around.
You can’t do it all, and I’m guessing you probably don’t want to anyway…
Your company has to be on the cutting edge, so you must read often.
You spend at least 15% of every day (and probably more like 30%+) consuming information — Tweets, Facebook statuses, Pins, Medium Read More…
July 17, 2014
rosemary published this at 6:21 am
According to ContentPlus UK, articles with images get 94% more views than those without. We have become scanners, racing through online posts and sifting for useful information.
Arresting images stop us in our tracks, and pull us into the surrounding text.
This is a roundup of apps that I’ve personally road-tested for image manipulation. With the exception of PicMonkey, they are all installed on my iPhone right now.
Go forth and create fun, interesting photos. Just don’t let me catch you putting a “sunset” filter on your plate of salad. Don’t do that.
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July 16, 2014
Dave published this at 2:08 pm
There are plenty of factors to consider when it comes to business success: finances, networking, expansion, etc.
However, while these are important matters, there is one matter that is usually overlooked even though it has the ability to make or break the company—your workplace’s atmosphere.
The health of your company is dependent upon the health of your team, for your business will only go as far as your team promotes it.
Here are a few tips to creating an inviting, successful work environment:
Because there often feels like there is too little time in a day Read More…
July 16, 2014
rosemary published this at 9:48 am
By Lisa D. Jenkins
It’s not the story, it’s the telling of the story. Last week, I was in the wilds of Idaho, rafting the Main Salmon River of No Return. I left the online world and was completely disconnected from technology; no smartphone, no laptop. I did allow myself to bring a camera and Flip.
I took images and footage sparingly because a couple of years ago I realized I was losing memories because I was too busy trying to capture them digitally. But I do have a few incredible reminders that will help me remember all the Read More…
July 13, 2014
Liz published this at 3:00 am
It’s my opinion that for entrepreneurs specifically, the fear of being found out is probably stronger than the fear of failure. Also known as The Emperor Has No Clothes Syndrome,¯ the Number One on the Entrepreneurial Nightmare Hit Parade is the dream that you’re walking down the street and suddenly you discover that you are nekkid as the day you were born.
Feverishly, you think to yourself, “Perhaps no one will notice.”¯ Lots of entrepreneurs think everyone else is more successful or smarter than they are and live in fear of the world finding out that they are Read More…
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