Leading Your Startup When You’re Out of Town

John Hall

Business Tips, Productivity, Startup

Sunday, August 11th, 2019

Leading Your Startup When You’re Out of Town

At some point, even the most passionate and hardworking entrepreneur gets pulled away from their business. Maybe it’s because they’re taking a much-needed vacation. Or they’re traveling for work to attend a conference or meet with some important. Regardless of the reason why you’re out of town, this can be extremely stressful. On one hand, […]

Not Everyone is Built for Remote Work: Find People Who Are

John Hall

Business Tips

Wednesday, August 7th, 2019

Not Everyone is Built for Remote Work: Find People Who Are

According to the report, “The State of the Remote Job Marketplace” from FlexJobs, 3.9 million Americans — or 2.9 percent of the total US workforce — now work from home at least half the time. FlexJobs is also predicting that one-third of employees will work remotely within the next decade. But, not everyone is built […]

Why and How to Sever Ties With Bad Clients

John Hall

Business Tips

Wednesday, July 17th, 2019

Why and How to Sever Ties With Bad Clients

No founder enjoys losing a client. That goes double when the client has been with the company for years or contributes a large amount of revenue. However, when a client turns toxic or prevents the company from growing, founders have no choice but to cut ties. There are rules of why and how to sever […]

7 Concessions Millionaire Founders Don’t Make

John Hall

Business Tips

Saturday, July 13th, 2019

7 Concessions Millionaire Founders Don’t Make

The quickest path toward wealth is to lead a successful company. Millionaires who “make it” in the business world know plenty about what matters and what doesn’t when it comes to professional success. The people who understand when to double down and when to relent are the people most likely to enjoy long and lucrative […]

National Day Calendar

John Hall

Calendar

Wednesday, June 26th, 2019

National Day Calendar

Whether you’re on social, visiting a website, or receiving a calendar notification, it seems like some National Day is being celebrated. When there is a particular day, it is fun to say to your team, “Happy first day of Summer,” or whatever.  But, what exactly is a National Day and does it belong on your […]

25 Tips to Create a Master Calendar That Works

John Hall

Calendar, Time Management

Wednesday, June 12th, 2019

25 Tips to Create a Master Calendar That Works

Keeping track and staying-on-top of everything you have to do is no easy. That’s why the most productive people live by their calendars. The problem, however, is that a lot of people create multiple calendars to represent different parts of their lives. You may have one calendar that contains all of your work responsibilities, another […]

9 Ways You Can Work Smarter Everyday

John Hall

Productivity

Friday, May 31st, 2019

9 Ways You Can Work Smarter Everyday

Today we’re going to learn a few ways you can work smarter. At some point you’ve heard the saying “work smarter…not harder.” After all, it’s been used since the 1930s after being coined by Allan F. Mogensen, the “Father of Work Simplification.” But, in this age where you’re expected to be “on” 24/7, is it […]

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