Peter Daisyme — November 11, 2019 Are you a business owner who has thought about taking your business international? If so, what is stopping you? Do you believe that only enterprise-level businesses can succeed overseas? The fact is that a whooping 98 percent of exporters in the U.S. are actually small and medium sized businesses. … Continue reading Is Your Business Ready to Go International?
Tim Bowden — November 6, 2019 I recently finished listening to the audiobook version of David Epstein’s Range, his 2019 counter punch to the drive for specialization, often represented by the 10,000 hour rule, as the best path for achieving future success. In his book, Epstein pushes back against the idea that deeper and deeper … Continue reading Are Your Employees Ready For the “Superjobs” of the Future?
Jayanti Katariya — October 22, 2019 Follow @moontechnolabs Autumn is around the corner and there is a slight chill in the air. The streets are covered in auburn leaves, the skies are clear and the excitement of the holidays permeates the very around us. Fall marks the beginning of a long stream of holidays, starting … Continue reading Are You Ready to Manage Your Sales This Halloween?
Robert Gloer — October 22, 2019 Follow @IOUFinancial Your business’ budget should reflect the challenges and opportunities of the holiday season. The process starts with goal-setting: What volume of business do you want to achieve in the holiday period, and what expenditures should you make now to reach your goals? It’s easier to update your … Continue reading Get Your Business Budget Ready for the Holidays
Kenna Griffin — October 11, 2019 I’ve never known a student editor who felt ready to become editor-in-chief. Not one. In almost two decades of working with student editors across the nation, I’ve never met a single editor who said, “I’m so ready for the EIC gig.” Instead I’ve heard students say, “I’m scared,” “I … Continue reading Not Ready? 3 Ways to Push Yourself to Do It Anyway
Cath Andrews — September 4, 2019 — September 4, 2019 Admit it. You’ve fantasized about firing your boss and gaining the personal freedom to do what you want. You may have a great boss. Constructive. Encouraging. He may even pay you well. He’s still your boss though. You’re working for him, on his terms and … Continue reading Personal Freedom: Get Ready to Fire Your Boss!
Luana Spinetti — August 21, 2019 Follow @LuanaSpinetti — August 21, 2019 Not having enough ideas to keep writing is maybe your greatest concern as a blogger, and you know that, as a niche blogger, struggling to fill up your editorial calendar could mean losing readers, traffic and even money. In fact, unlike general or … Continue reading 6 Tricks to Have Blog Content Ideas Always Ready
Erin Dore Miller — August 12, 2019 — August 12, 2019 VISHNU_KV / Pixabay There are many barriers to a good hire. Previously, I wrote about Deadbeat Candidates and the challenges of poor communication and no follow-up. I later followed that post up with Deadbeat Recruiters, because I know that for every challenging candidate out … Continue reading You Aren’t Ready to Hire
Lee Spratt — July 30, 2019 — July 30, 2019 According to the National Retail Federation, retail sales during 2019 are forecast to increase between 3.8 percent and 4.4 percent, this growth would result in $ 3.82 trillion and $ 3.84 trillion. Based on growth of 10-12 percent, online sales would total between $ 751.1 … Continue reading Are Your Fulfillment Logistics Ready for Peak Season?
More than half are likely to make holiday purchases on their mobile phones, according to Facebook survey trends. Amy Gesenhues on July 19, 2019 Back to school shopping is in full swing, which means the holiday shopping season is right around the corner. One in five U.S. consumers will likely be making their first holiday … Continue reading Ready for the holidays? 1 in 5 US consumers starts holiday shopping in October or earlier