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Freelancing: How Value Propositions Can Work for You.

Deji Atoyebi — April 2, 2017 Follow @I_amAtoyebiDeji— April 2, 2017 Freelancing is no walk in the park; there are tons of difficulties to grapple with. First, is usually the problem of stabilizing income when starting out, followed by difficulties in staying productive, managing finances, efficiently handling workload, scaling the business, and more. Much of … Continue reading Freelancing: How Value Propositions Can Work for You.

We Choose You. Now What? Navigating the First 90 Days with Your Contact Center Partner

by Kim Campbell March 13, 2016March 13, 2016 Outsourcing. It’s basically the corporate equivalent of walking down the aisle. You’re making a decision to trust someone else completely and you’re inviting them to build a future with you. Not a decision to be taken lightly. And it can induce more than a little anxiety in … Continue reading We Choose You. Now What? Navigating the First 90 Days with Your Contact Center Partner

7 Practical Business Tips We Learned From Comedy Central’s “Nathan for You”

Jess HallSeptember 29, 2015 If you haven’t seen Nathan for You on Comedy Central, now is a great time to get caught up on seasons 1 and 2 before season 3 premieres on October 15th. Nathan Fielder, the comedian behind the mockumentary-style show, tells us that he graduated from one of Canada’s top business schools … Continue reading 7 Practical Business Tips We Learned From Comedy Central’s “Nathan for You”

Timely ‘Thank You’ Note/Email Often Job Tie-Breaker

Skip FreemanJune 8, 2015 Looking for an easy, yet very effective, way to differentiate yourself in a very positive way from the “competition,” i.e., others seeking the same position(s) as you, during a new job search? Simply send a timely, well-written, short “Thank You” note or email following each and every face-to-face interview with a … Continue reading Timely ‘Thank You’ Note/Email Often Job Tie-Breaker

Top 3 Reasons Businesses Fail and How to Prevent Them from Happening to You.

Steven Tulman November 25, 2014   Starting a business is easy. Keeping it alive and ensuring it grows is the tough part. Every month there are over 540,000 new businesses launched as per a 2013 article by Forbes.com. However, the number of businesses that are closing their doors exceeds the number of new businesses being started. … Continue reading Top 3 Reasons Businesses Fail and How to Prevent Them from Happening to You.