Growth

Everyone wants to grow their business. If only wishing made it so. Growing your company requires determination and flexibility. If you can establish achievable goals, and be flexible in how you pursue those goals, you can achieve anything. But don’t take our word for it. Check out some of the killer articles in the TYB Growth category for inspiration and guidance from people grinding it out in the real world.

Growth

Tús Nua Designs’ Innovative Business Model

Find out how Tús Nua Designs uses an innovative business model, virtual distributed business model, to give their clients "soup to nuts" service in app development as well as developing their own apps in time management, team management, project management and process management.
November 22, 2011 649 Reads share

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Why Sitting Pretty Inevitably Ends Up Pretty Ugly

Growth driven by a culture of creativity ensures sustainable success, since the focus is on being aware of customers and markets, sustaining curiosity and being open to new developments and scenarios. Companies that adopt such a culture thrive and get noticed. I’m sure you can think of some. They know that bottom-line growth follows the sustained commitment to passion that in turn drives creativity.
October 17, 2011 664 Reads share

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Book Review: Tribes By Seth Godin

In my last Bloggertone post I shared with you a technique that I had just discovered for getting more out of the books that I read. The technique was called a "Net Out" where you write a one page overview of the book. I'd like to now share with you now my first ever "Net Out" which reviews the book "Tribes", written by Seth Godin in late 2008.
September 6, 2011 697 Reads share

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Getting The Most Out Of Your Reading

One of the areas I've struggled with and continue to struggle with, is how to get the most out of a good book, especially one in which I'm learning lots of new things that I might be able to apply in my life. The essence of the post is an overview of a technique called a "Net Out", in which you "distill the key insights from the book and then determine what you are going to do differently in your life as a result".
August 9, 2011 678 Reads share