Some modern lenders are parsing your social media profile in order to determine your trustworthiness. Here’s how you can prepare.
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This blog is a must read for anyone that is required to negotiate for goods and services. It looks at ideas and strategies that can save your organisation money without compromising on the quality of what you receive.
When I was at Microsoft, we hired a creative thinking specialist on one occasion as our guest speaker at an event we held each year to review the trends in the technology industry and the marketing approaches we were using in support of our products. His name was Edward De Bono and he was a prolific writer in the area of creativity and innovative thinking.
Negotiations is one of those everyday ‘soft’ skills which the majority of people have some experience of but have probably never studied formally.
Selling is an art which has to be carefully, gently mastered and it is different for every type of product or service.
There has been a lot of discussion and debates on what motivates entrepreneurs. How do you know if you or someone else is an entrepreneur? Deeply embedded in the practice of entrepreneurship is passion.
Many startup executives have noted that having passion is one of the key drivers for entrepreneurial success. Passion drives some entrepreneurs to assume high levels of risk taking that many may see as being unconventional and even crazy.
If your small business has an agenda for aggressive growth, here are 6 creative and cost-effective ways of increasing productivity.
While buying a franchise is the most effective way to start small business you need to watch out for these traps to ensure you don’t lose hard earned money.
This may come of as a surprise, but I’m NOT about to discuss using Excel for budgeting, estimating rates or any other stuff related to your finances as a freelancer. I think that you’ve got that part pretty figured out. This post, therefore, is going to be a little different. I promise to make the list much less obvious and also really handy at the same time.
The “Hedgehog concept” is a brainchild of business theorist and educator Jim Collins, who authored best-selling books like “Built to Last”, “Good to Great”, and “Great by Choice”, among others.