Getting a new business off the ground is hard. Keeping an existing company going is hard. If the company you call your own is not taking care of you as you would like, you should consider going out to get a job working for someone else.
All job seekers know that a typical job description as written is supposed to disqualify as many applicants as possible. All employees also know that 'other duties as assigned' is a back door for abuse through piling on unrelated work as any bo
If you are just getting started in business and are unsure of what to focus on as a product or service, find the intersection of these three concepts: what you can do or produce, what people will pay money for, and what you don't mind having to
Stress and metal health are issues we all have to live with. Knowing your employees need assistance with this can make you a hero to them. Knowing you need assistance with this will make you a better employer all around.
Any person in the organization can be seen as a cog in the wheel of production. even the boss and founder. This is a good thing, as it means you are not beholden to any particular person for the company’s success.
The big boys know that the little guys cannot withstand a prolonged legal battle, and can force settlements below value fairly easily. If you think you have a fight, you must be willing to fight for the long haul, and pay the costs necessary to
Be willing to walk away from a deal, especially if it is a change to fix a previously negotiation deal that did you no favors. Never be so desperate for work that you must take on bad deals to survive, or you will always take on bad deals to su
Stop trying to gather freebies. If you want to succeed at a high level of business, pay the entry fees the professional pay to play as they play. This is the way to garner the respect of the moguls you want to call peers.