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14 Strategies To Say ‘’Thanks’’ To Your Loyal Customers In 2014

14 Strategies To Say ‘’Thanks’’ To Your Loyal Customers In 2014

| April 11, 2014 | 1 Comment

  Do you gain re-shares or re-tweets by your fans or followers? YES. What do you do in favor of those re-tweets and re-shares? Well, have you thanked your fans or customers for showing loyalty to your brand, hope so not? You might be unaware that these small gestures count a lot for your business. If you […]

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5 Things You’ll Regret Not Noticing

5 Things You’ll Regret Not Noticing

| April 10, 2014 | 1 Comment

There will come a time in every entrepreneur’s life when they’re up against something they don’t know how to handle. Luckily, even if you’re building a 3D printer, someone has done it before. The world is about resources, which is why I’m sharing what I know you’ll regret later on (could be next Wednesday, when […]

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I Lost My Way

I Lost My Way

| April 10, 2014 | 2 Comments

I LOST MY WAY, and I’m not sure what to do to get back on the right path or even figure out what that path is. Recently I had an article come out about how I was living a fantasy; a life that I was imagining was mine but in reality wasn’t the life I […]

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6 Warning Signs You May Need a New Job

6 Warning Signs You May Need a New Job

| April 9, 2014 | 1 Comment

Trust your instincts. If you suspect that things are not going well at work, you’re probably right. Some clues are blatant, such as having a subordinate promoted above you or having your office — or your parking spot — taken away. When that happens, you know you’re in trouble. Other indications are harder to assess, […]

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Team Building Tips for Founders

Team Building Tips for Founders

| April 9, 2014 | 4 Comments

  Founding a successful startup is a task that can easily overwhelm—unless the entrepreneur has built an excellent support team. Responsible Leadership Means Building a Solid Team If you think you can go-it-alone, you are sadly mistaken. The founder has more irons in the fire than cowboys at a round-up. Unless you have the support […]

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5 Life-Changing Tips We Learned From A Sport We’d Never Heard Of

5 Life-Changing Tips We Learned From A Sport We’d Never Heard Of

| April 9, 2014 | 3 Comments

It’s like you’re tiptoeing a thin guardrail on the side of a bridge. You’ve been to this edge before, over and over again in your mind. Calculating the possibilities, pondering the rationality. The water is dark below. You can’t see the bottom, but you’re pretty sure it’s deep. There has never been anything that has […]

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Beyond the Pretty Logo: Why Hiring is Your Most Important Brand Decision

Beyond the Pretty Logo: Why Hiring is Your Most Important Brand Decision

| April 7, 2014 | 1 Comment

  I once worked for a large, multinational software company. We had a strong vision and good corporate values and it was a great place to work. But I never quite felt the company’s vision and values actually connected to what we did on a daily basis. Many companies face this challenge to apply their […]

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How to Balance Your Life as a 20-Something Professional

How to Balance Your Life as a 20-Something Professional

| April 7, 2014 | 2 Comments

There’s a price for ambition, and it’s been fodder for situation comedies for as long as any of us can remember, the young professional struggling to manage their work, social, and love lives. The young professional is immortal in the world of fiction because so many people can relate. The source of the problem would […]

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What You Need to Know About Independent Contractors

What You Need to Know About Independent Contractors

| April 6, 2014 | 1 Comment

Businesses often prefer using the services of independent contractors (sometimes also called “subcontractors” or “freelancers”) rather than employees. Independent contractors are usually a better deal for businesses.  With independent contractors, businesses do not have to pay the required employer contributions to Social Security and Medicare, the burden of which is shifted to the independent contractor […]

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The Truth about Guest Posting

The Truth about Guest Posting

| April 5, 2014 | 1 Comment

Guest blogging has been a terrific way to build links back to your own website, as well as to establish yourself as an expert in your field. However, as is the case with practically all methods of link-building that are designed to increase page ranking on Google and other search engines, the “bad apples” have […]

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