Virginia Franco — November 27, 2019 Follow @VAFrancoResumes As a resume specialist, I certainly understand that it would be great to wake up thrilled at the prospect of going to work every day. However, for the majority this is simply not a reality – and that’s OK. On the flip side, it’s NOT OK to … Continue reading 7 Signs it May be Time to Shift Gears in Your Career
Virginia Franco — November 27, 2019 Follow @VAFrancoResumes LinkedIn rolls out new features quite regularly. Some appear and disappear quite quickly, while others quietly launch and take off. Below are four that rolled out in the past 12 months that appear to be here for the long-term, along with my guidance as to how they … Continue reading 4 LinkedIn Features That Will Save You Time During Your Job Hunt
Mayo Oshin — November 21, 2019 Follow @mayowaoshin Shortly after the success of The Cat in the Hat—a best-selling book limited to a 225-word vocabulary—Theodor Seuss Geisel (also known as Dr. Seuss) took on an even greater challenge. In 1960, Bennett Cerf, founder of book publisher, Random House, bet Dr. Seuss fifty-dollars that he couldn’t … Continue reading The Power of Constraints: How Dr. Seuss Used Only 50 Words to Write His Best-Selling Book of All Time
Jennifer Karpus-Romain — November 19, 2019 Follow @jenniferkarpus Time for CRM! “Where did that Post-It go? I need to call that person back!” “I think we track that somewhere, but I’m not really sure where that information goes.” “It’s Sunday night, and I’m prepping for my meeting tomorrow morning… AGAIN.” Can you relate to these … Continue reading 6 Signs It’s Time for CRM
JoAnn Corley — November 14, 2019 Follow @joann corley Prove it! In the comments below, (or Tweet me a reply @joanncorley) share an example of how you consistently demonstrate this – one time attempts don’t count. How about for your team? If you can’t, read on. One of my main passions is helping people get … Continue reading Do You Take Time Management in Business Seriously?
Steven Imke — November 11, 2019 Follow @SteveImke Business founders really need to know about something called the Minimum Viable Product, or MVP for short. MVPs are not finished products. MVPs represent a kind of semi-functional product or mockup to demonstrate concepts and features to test your assumptions with customers. Why You Need A Minimally … Continue reading How to Save Time and Money with A Minimal Viable Product (MVP)
Matt Ambrose — November 6, 2019 Follow @mattambrose Does seeing your copy on a website fill you with pride? Or a painful itch that still you’ve got a LOT more sculpting to do? Imposter syndrome can follow us around like a black shadow. It lurks. A creeping sensation that’s just waiting for a project to … Continue reading How to Defeat Imposter Syndrome and Attract Clients at the Same Time
Customer experience expert Kerry Bodine says companies need to adopt a customer journey mindset to break down silos and truly serve customers. Amy Gesenhues on November 6, 2019 Product managers have long been part of product marketing teams, but Kerry Bodine, customer experience expert and coach, says it’s time for businesses to consider a new … Continue reading Is it time to add a Journey Manager to your customer experience team?
Beatrice McGraw — November 2, 2019 Follow @McgrawBeatrice Most business owners know that their employees really don’t like to fill in their time sheets. And many managers will tell you that time tracking and productivity is one of their biggest challenges when using a time tracking solution. Why is this? In short, lost time costs … Continue reading 5 Tips for Better Employee Time Tracking in 2020
Brian Wallace — October 30, 2019 Follow @nowsourcing There’s never been a more perfect time than now to sell your knowledge online to earn an extra buck. Interestingly enough, the global e-learning market is expected to reach $ 400 billion by 2026, so using the technology you already know is a sure-fire way to secure … Continue reading Tech Entrepreneur: From Side Hustle to Full Time Job [Infographic]