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How To Validate Your Startup Idea

ReadWriteStart

Everyone is excited about starting their own business. Countless people try their luck every year, but most of the business failed due to a lack of proper planning. Approximately 45% of startups struggle because they didn’t reach their target market.

3 Ways An Enjoyable Hobby Or Side Gig Will Help You In Your Career

YoungUpstarts

As someone who works hard at your day job, you might understandably assume that the best way to advance in your career is to put your nose to the grindstone in the office at all times and take advantage of all workplace opportunities to move up the ladder.

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How To Move From Reactive To Proactive Leadership

YFS Magazine

As a leader, examine the pointless activities in business and proactively forge a better and smarter path for maximum impact. Lead leadership personal development personal growth

18 Entrepreneurs Reveal The Word That Could Represent Them and Their Business in 2019

Hearpreneur

2019 has been simply an incredible year that has seen new businesses start and some existing businesses shutdown. We asked entrepreneurs and business owners of a word that could represent their business in 2019. Here’s what they had to say: #1- Consistent. Photo Credit: Josh Swisher.

Great Investments To Research

The Startup Magazine

Investing for decent returns is an even more difficult thing in the digital age. As you try to build capital for your startup or just saving for retirement, there are so many choices and opportunities for you to put your money in.

7 Ways To Jeopardize Key Startup People Relationships

Startup Professionals Musings

Relationships are the key to survival and success for entrepreneurs, and first impressions usually turn into lasting impressions.

A Company Culture Evaluation: How To Do A Year-End Review

YoungUpstarts

by Deb Boelkes, author of “ The WOW Factor Workplace: How to Create a Best Place to Work Culture “ Workplace culture matters. A great one produces happy, engaged employees who give their best efforts, challenge themselves to grow, and consistently meet goals and delight customers.

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5 Tips for Making Your Small Business Look Professional

The Startup Magazine

If you own a smaller business, you know it takes a lot of money to get it up off the ground. From making your product or service, to hiring new employees, you’re bound to get run down with all the important tasks.

8 Steps To Making Good Decisions In Life And Business

Startup Professionals Musings

Despite many years of advising aspiring entrepreneurs and people in business, I continue to be surprised by the number of people who wait for decisions to be made by default, or allow others to make decisions for them.

Signs That Your Property Needs A Roof Restoration

YoungUpstarts

A house requires a lot of love and care in order to remain in the best condition possible. If you are a homeowner, then you are probably already aware of this, especially if you are looking to sell or lease your property.

Great startup business tips and strategies for launching a new brand

Our Own Start-up

Taking a look at some of the top strategies and startup business tips for new entrepreneurs. Startups business mistakes business strategies business tips launching a new brand startup startup business tips startup mistakes startup strategies startup tips

How To Care For A Person With Dementia

YFS Magazine

Caring for a loved one living with Alzheimers affects different people in different ways. It can become especially difficult when you also run a business. Lifestyle health and wellness

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6 Building Blocks Make Amazon A Global Market Leader

Startup Professionals Musings

Every new business dreams of growing from a startup to a global market leader in a few years, like Amazon.com, but that goal is elusive. As a mentor to entrepreneurs, I often get asked for the magic that has made Amazon the world's most valuable brand , from a total unknown only twenty years ago.

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Running Out Of Space? Top 5 Tips To Declutter Your Home

YoungUpstarts

We’re all guilty off it. It starts with a few things left out, a few that-will-come-in-handy-later, and before you know it you’re struggling to find space. Clutter is something we all face at some point or another.

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How to encourage walk-in customers as a startup restaurant

Our Own Start-up

If you are a new restaurant owner, then you need a solid customer base to help you create a thriving business. Startups new restaurant owner restaurant business restaurant owner startup restaurant successful business successful startup walk-in customers

Books: The Bright Hour and The Migration

Feld Thoughts

My dreams were vibrant and bizarre last night. It’s no surprise since I finished two books yesterday – The Bright Hour and The Migration. These followed a three-day binge of The Expanse Season 4, which had echoes of BSG Season 3. I have a recurring nightmare about accounting. I’m running a business, but I can’t get the monthly financials produced.

6 Tips On How To Really Prepare For Your New Venture

Startup Professionals Musings

Despite the rush in every academic institution to offer more courses on entrepreneurship, I still haven’t found it to be something you can learn in school.

How Currency Trading Business Can Change Your Life

YoungUpstarts

Currency trading or dealing with the Forex market is a very complicated business. Those who have managed to learn the details are making millions of dollars. On the contrary, those who tried to become rich by following some short cut has become the ultimate losers of this country.

Integrating programmatic direct mail into the digital marketing funnel

Our Own Start-up

In real-time digital marketing campaigns, programmatic direct mail is the new buzzword. Growth Strategies digital marketing digital marketing campaigns digital marketing funnel programmatic direct mail programmatic mails

The Day Before Christmas

Feld Thoughts

“Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there. “ This is a confusing time of year for me. Hanna Ingber described it well this morning in her article My Jewish Sons Have a Christmas Tree, and I Need to Deal.

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8 Clues That You Need More Focus On Human Leadership

Startup Professionals Musings

Most entrepreneurs assume that success is dependent on their product expertise, coupled with some knowledge of how to run a business. In fact, I have found from personal experience and mentoring that both of these are necessary, but not sufficient, for building a business.

The Benefits Of Reputation Management For Your Startup Business

YoungUpstarts

Managing a business is a complicated process. You have to consider many factors, such as quality, productivity, marketing strategies, and customer engagement. But, do you think these are the ones that would make customers go back to you and avail more of your products and services?

5 Ways A POS System Can Help Your Business Thrive

The Startup Magazine

Picture this: you have an excellent restaurant or hotel, and people are loving it. You’ve got a successful marketing strategy in play, you have a customer relationship management plan in place, and your staff is incredible. Then it’s time for your customers to leave.

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Changing How You Think About Budgets

Feld Thoughts

I received plenty of useful feedback on my rant Budgets – There Has To Be A Better Way. Two of the links that I found particularly helpful were: Turn Your Budgeting Process Upside Down by Robert Howell How to Ruin Your Company with One Bad Process by Ben Horowitz. Robert Howell points to a longer term view than one year with his suggestion around rolling plans. He also emphasizes a focus on economic value – specifically future cash flows – rather than accounting earnings.

How to Finance Your Startup: Advice from 10 Entrepreneurs

Up and Running

One of the most important decisions a new business owner can make is how they’re going to finance their venture. .

US Tax Relief And How To Find Help To Navigate IRS Issues

YoungUpstarts

Nobody wants to mess with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), but it can be easy to do if you’re not careful. As you know, oversights and mistakes can happen.

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Aaron Wens on the Lifecycle of Your Ocean-Going Vessel Investments

The Startup Magazine

The lifetime of a modern ocean-going vessel is 25 to 30 years. When a new ship is ordered, there is an extensive list of steps that must be completed in order to build a useful vessel that is fitted out for its intended purpose and ensure that vessel will remain relevant long into the future.

Are you a consensus leader or dictator?

Berkonomics

It’s a good bet that you’ve been exposed to articles, courses and lectures about various styles of management, and how each is appropriate for some companies and for some levels of organization and at various times. When should the dictator in you emerge?

Monday Motivation: Before 2020, WATCH THIS! (very motivational)

Hearpreneur

This motivational video is to help CEOs, entrepreneurs and business owners start the week off on the right foot. Our lives are in continuous motion and we have to keep up with them. How high are you sitting now? There’s a certain balance you need to acquire so you can enjoy the end results.

How Can SMEs Build An Affordable Cloud?

YoungUpstarts

Are you a startup or a small to a medium-sized company looking to build affordable cloud infrastructure? Then you are at the right place to receive the best and affordable ideas.

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How to Easily Introduce New Technology to Your Restaurant’s Employees

The Startup Magazine

When using new technology to run your restaurant, your staff must be adequately trained on the equipment to maximize both the employees’ and technology’s full potential. QSR employees tend to leave when they feel overwhelmed and undertrained on customer service and restaurant technology.

7 Innovative Products from Capital Factory’s Holiday Gift Guide

Austin Startup

Yes, it’s almost that time of the year again. You’re probably wondering, “How did the holidays get here so quickly?” If you’re having trouble finding the right gifts for friends, family members, or even your significant other— let us save you some late-night searching.

Everything You Need to Know About Board Resolutions

Board Effect

A board resolution is sometimes also called a corporate resolution. It’s a formal document that solidifies in writing important decisions that boards of directors make. Boards usually write up board resolutions when they appoint new directors to the board.

6 Strategies For Attracting Customers From Day One

YoungUpstarts

One of the biggest challenges that startups face is attracting customers early on.

3 Crucial Steps to Take After Sustaining a Workplace Injury

The Startup Magazine

Employers try to provide a safe workplace, but accidents can still happen. Here are essential steps to take after sustaining a workplace injury. The workplace is somewhere that many of us head to and from every day.

Important KPIs for Each Phase of the Customer Journey

Duct Tape Marketing

Important KPIs for Each Phase of the Customer Journey written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing. The customer journey is often a long and winding road. And that means it can be difficult to track your business’s effectiveness at each phase of the journey.

What Is a Board Composition Matrix and Why Is It Useful?

Board Effect

Effective boards work to compose a board structure that meets the needs of the work they need to do and also aligns with the organization’s mission and vision.