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Employee Experience Comes First

Employee Experience Comes First

Image courtesy of Worthix There should be no doubt: companies must recognize that employees come first. I had a great time talking about this and many other topics when I joined Mary Drumond and James
False Start: Dump the Job and Find a Career

False Start: Dump the Job and Find a Career

Isn’t it strange that, at the age of 18, we are expected to know what we want to do for the rest of our lives? It hits like a ton of bricks, slowly falling right on your shoulders, weighing you down
How to Build a Schedule That Can Balance Work and Life

How to Build a Schedule That Can Balance Work and Life

Most startups and business owners wear many hats. You likely have many commitments that require time in your life. Sometimes your work and life can be at odds but with practice, you may be able to
Could Bitcoin be the First Worldwide Currency?

Could Bitcoin be the First Worldwide Currency?

Many will scoff at the very notion of bitcoin as a worldwide currency. “It doesn’t scale,” “it’s not backed by anything,” or “it’s an elaborate Ponzi scheme” are common critiques of the financial and
Fintech Marketing Playbook: Maximizing Marketing ROI For Fintechs

Fintech Marketing Playbook: Maximizing Marketing ROI For Fintechs

Fintech companies have reached a tipping point and have pressed beyond the early stages of hype. According to the EY FinTech Adoption Index 2017, more than 20 markets are on the verge of mainstream
How to Become an Unstoppable Force In Your Business

How to Become an Unstoppable Force In Your Business

Keep Your Business Strong With These Action Steps When I consult with business owners they often tell me about the way things are from two very different perspectives. Some see a big shift in the
Why Your Small Business Should Create a Budget

Why Your Small Business Should Create a Budget

Does your small business have a budget? For the majority of small businesses, the answer is – no. This is according to a new survey of 302 small business owners. The survey found that 61% of small
Are You Prepared for a Job Interview?

Are You Prepared for a Job Interview?

It doesn’t matter whether you’re a recent college graduate, a systems analyst, or a high-level executive with an annual income of several million dollars. What all people have in common is the need to
What Marketing Executives Should Know About the CMO Job Offer (And What to Negotiate)

What Marketing Executives Should Know About the CMO Job Offer (And What to Negotiate)

As you move up the corporate ladder, compensation packages change. Knowing how to navigate a job offer at the CMO level gives you the ability to create a win-win for you and your new employer. If you
The Big Lie That Limits Your Business Growth?

The Big Lie That Limits Your Business Growth?

I want to talk about the big lie that limits your business growth. People are always looking for the magic bullet, the easy button, something simple that they could do that’s going to change the
Is a Virtual Team Right for Your Organization?

Is a Virtual Team Right for Your Organization?

With about 70 percent of employees working remotely at least one day a week and a little more than half working remotely for multiple days, it’s easy to see why virtual teams play such a prominent
How Parkinson’s Law Can Help You Build a Better Business Workflow

How Parkinson’s Law Can Help You Build a Better Business Workflow

Over the years, I’ve noticed that there have been some days when I’ve been able to get more work done and others when I’d drag my feet on projects and take forever to do one thing. Sure, distractions
Team Operating Principles

Team Operating Principles

Remember the best-selling book All I Really Need To Know I Learned in Kindergarten? It highlighted how the rules of the sandbox apply to real life – rules like respect each other, don’t say hurtful
5 Reasons to Fall Head-Over-Heels in Love with Outsourcing

5 Reasons to Fall Head-Over-Heels in Love with Outsourcing

The day will come (heck, maybe it’s already here), when you suddenly find yourself at a crossroads in your business – one path leads to exciting opportunities and massive growth, while the other keeps
Will Smart Contracts Eat the World?

Will Smart Contracts Eat the World?

In 1994, Nick Szabo, a legal scholar and computer scientist, coined the term “smart contract” to describe the ability to embed contracts, a legal construct, into computer code. With the emergence of a
3 Mission-Critical Steps to Streamline Your Agency Pipeline

3 Mission-Critical Steps to Streamline Your Agency Pipeline

Streamlining your agency pipeline will help you close more deals and find better clients. This article shares three critical tips to unclog your agency pipeline. Running an agency is a matter of
The Art of Reconnecting with an Old Lead

The Art of Reconnecting with an Old Lead

Most of the time, impatience is a good thing. Business owners and professionals of all ilks should feel motivated to identify problems and to solve them as quickly as possible. After all, modern
Hacking Big Business Secrets to Make Your Small Business Better

Hacking Big Business Secrets to Make Your Small Business Better

Big businesses have been through the gauntlet of unstable early days and tumultuous seasons to achieve high growth, high employee counts, and high ROIs. They’ve already put in the time and resources
The Value of Goodwill

The Value of Goodwill

As any savvy business owner knows, your business is more than the sum of its parts. Yes, factors like profitability, inventory, and stock prices are a significant contributor to your business’s
Growing as a Product Owner: 5 Product Owner Maturity Levels

Growing as a Product Owner: 5 Product Owner Maturity Levels

The Product Owner role is implemented in organizations in various different ways. The responsibilities and authorities of Product Owners vary across organizations, departments, teams, and Product