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Excel Accounting for Small Businesses: It’s Easier Than You Think

Megan Smith July 26, 2021 I’m a writer, not an accountant. The mention of double-entry bookkeeping used to put me to sleep — and then give me stress nightmares. Fortunately, I’ve evolved. I won’t pretend that I’ve transformed into a number-loving accounting superstar. But Excel accounting for small business doesn’t require you to be one … Continue reading Excel Accounting for Small Businesses: It’s Easier Than You Think

How to Move Forward If Your Boss Doesn’t Care What People Think

Liz Kislik June 25, 2021   “My boss just doesn’t want to hear it!” I heard this line from three different managers this week, and each time it was related to the challenges of returning to the workplace rather than continuing to work from home. This is a complex situation that affects everyone differently — … Continue reading How to Move Forward If Your Boss Doesn’t Care What People Think

How to Think About Initiating Change Efforts That No One Has Asked For

Liz Kislik May 27, 2021 Picture this: You’ve just learned that you’re being hired for — or promoted into — a leadership job that’s at least a level higher than you’ve ever had before. You’re thrilled, and you start thinking about all the things you want to accomplish — for your people, your customers, and … Continue reading How to Think About Initiating Change Efforts That No One Has Asked For

Everything You Think You Know About Leads Is Wrong

Justin Keller April 28, 2021 Just picture it: It’s 2005. YouTube was just born. George W. just started his second term. Tom Cruise jumped on couches. “Desperate Housewives” was one of the most popular shows. Destiny’s Child broke up. And in marketing, the lead was king. Back then, cloud-based technologies were just becoming mainstream, and … Continue reading Everything You Think You Know About Leads Is Wrong

Work-From-Home Burnout and Zoom Fatigue is a Lot More Complex Than You Think

Gleb Tsipursky April 21, 2021 Have you or your employees been feeling work-from-home burnout and Zoom fatigue these past months despite the supposed convenience of working from home and using videoconferences to meet? If you enjoy video, here’s a videocast based on this blog: And if you like audio, here’s a podcast based on the … Continue reading Work-From-Home Burnout and Zoom Fatigue is a Lot More Complex Than You Think

Think Outside the Control Panel: How to Stay Employable in a Digitally Disruptive World

Daniel Burrus April 5, 2021 While there is a “generational war” between the young and the old in the workplace created by the younger generation’s familiarity with technology and the older generation’s aversion to it, a multigenerational concern that plagues all age groups is that technology will outpace humans, leaving many unemployed. It is an … Continue reading Think Outside the Control Panel: How to Stay Employable in a Digitally Disruptive World

Despite What You Think, Brands Have An Eye On Consumer Needs

Despite What You Think, Brands Have An Eye On Consumer Needs by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, February 24, 2021 What else changed during the pandemic? Consumer perception of generic products, for starters. With two-thirds of shoppers reaching the conclusion that store brands are just as high-quality as name brands, and another third ranking private-label … Continue reading Despite What You Think, Brands Have An Eye On Consumer Needs

Think Smart, Work Smarter: So You’ve Hired an Assistant or Want to…Now What?

Kelly Louro January 19, 2021 You’ve done it! After the long hours of back-office tasks you decided to take on by yourself (tsk, tsk…), mountains of unread emails, and clearing your voicemail box for the THIRD time this week, you finally decided to hire an assistant. Congratulations! …Now what? Getting Started Hiring an assistant (whether … Continue reading Think Smart, Work Smarter: So You’ve Hired an Assistant or Want to…Now What?