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

Declaring War On Your Business

As a small business owner, you ARE your business. If you have ever seen any of the worldwide Dragon’s Den type programmes on the TV, you will observe that the dragons invest in the person behind the business as much as the concept itself...
March 15, 2011 814 Reads share

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Hail The Weekend!

Now imagine you were doing what you love doing ALL week. So much so, that the definitive line between workweek and weekend become blurred, and becomes simply a “week”...
March 4, 2011 833 Reads share

Facebook Case Study: The Mykidstime Success Story

Mykistime’s mission is to be the best listings website for parents looking for information on activities and classes for their children in their local area (in Ireland). Disclaimer: I have been helping them with their Facebook presence for about the last three months, this is their story so far:
February 21, 2011 1,647 Reads share

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Beat the Monday Morning Blues

When I was in a 9-5 job in 1993, I distinctly remember arriving into work on Monday mornings and being subjected to complaints, grumbles, disdain, and other such negative gossip...
January 23, 2011 1,109 Reads share

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10 Reasons To Join Bloggertone In 2011

Bloggertone.com has grown significantly in the past year, developing a very strong business community. Hundreds of professionals have joined us already to "talk/blog about business" and there are many others to come. But why?
January 14, 2011 1,000 Reads share

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Business Networking And Culture Clash

Did you see this article about how the Irish need to do less chit-chat and more "networking? It got me wondering about culture and doing business globally as well as within our local regions. Is this simply a clash of business cultures?
December 9, 2010 1,579 Reads share