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  • How to Build Your Company Culture on Core Values

    A company culture is just a mirror of its owner. The clearer an owner is on what they stand for (and what they won’t stand for) the stronger the company culture  they establish will be.  In Forbes online, Stanford MBA graduate Kevon Saber gives us the following questions that he...
  • 3 Thoughts to Avoid to Increase Sales

    Closing sales is the deciding factor between success and failure for every entrepreneur. This kind of pressure can put you in the wrong mindset which can nullify all your efforts. Teri Evans from entrepreneur magazine interviewed sales expert Grant Cardone on how ...

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  • 9 Tips for Employee Motivation in Stressful Times

    Can’t seem to keep your workers from getting discouraged during a crisis? Try these 9 steps from The Wall Street Journal to optimize employee motivation in stressful times: 1. Be available for support. Make sure to be available for questions your employees might have, be honest and avoid making promises...
  • 3 Key Places to Invest Your Marketing Dollars

    Is cheap really cheaper?
    Saving money is always a good thing,  that doesn’t always mean spending less.  In this video from Entrepreneur Magazine, Karen Leyland tells us that one of the classic mistakes businesses and start-ups make when branding or ...

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  • 3 Top Investments to Improve Employee Engagement

    Looking to foster more passion in your employees? Try these three steps by  Victor Lipman (via Forbes Magazine) to improve employee engagement. 1. Link Individual Prosperity to Business Prosperity This is not just about providing financial incentives. Financial incentives should, in fact, be applied sparingly as research shows that these can...
  • 3 Essentials of Market Research

    Video Source: SmallBusinessBC via Youtube Market research is the most critical element of starting and growing a successful business, yet it is often overlooked completely or glossed over. Most entrepreneurs in the start-up stage are so enamoured with their idea that they are actually reluctant to go out and...