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Workplace advice for any issue, problem, or concern; from changing careers to co-working advice and decorating needs.

  • Mikkie Mills
    Published 3 months ago
    The Organizational Hack for Your Business

    The Organizational Hack for Your Business

    In 2019, if you want to start a business, it is very easy to stay organized because of modern technology. There are so many technologies that you can apply in your business to make it organized. An organized business has a better chance of becoming successful quickly. It is very easy now to stay organized in this age of technology. You can use so many softwares in your organization to keep things simple and organized. In this article, some of the ways that can make your business organized are discussed.
  • Kevin
    Published 3 months ago
    Dealing with Issues that Come with Government Contracts

    Dealing with Issues that Come with Government Contracts

    No matter what type of business you have, you could see having long-term contracts like those with the government as lucrative since you're going to be able to see a constant flow of income. However, you're going to want to make sure that you can deal with the difficulties that come with government contracts since any issues could cost you that contract for the life of your business. Take all of this information into consideration before you sign on a government contract.
  • Robert Cordray
    Published 3 months ago
    5 Tips to Create and Deliver an Excellent Business Presentation

    5 Tips to Create and Deliver an Excellent Business Presentation

    Excellent business presentations can set your company apart from competitors. Companies frequently use presentations to share information with staff and to communicate with prospects and customers. The quality and delivery of your presentation can also make the difference between securing funding from investors or struggling to establish a company on your own. Consider these straightforward tips to ace your next business presentation.
  • Eric Burdon
    Published 3 months ago
    Your Title Doesn't Always Define You

    Your Title Doesn't Always Define You

    Today, one of my mentors is heading to Chicago to do a workshop on pricing written work. He's done this topic plenty of times before, so this time he's mixing it up and providing various scenarios where people need to determine what pricing would be appropriate.
  • Charity Barrett
    Published 3 months ago
    How to Choose the Best Business Partner

    How to Choose the Best Business Partner

    Many people view a business partnership like a marriage. In some ways I agree. This is why it is important to be diligent in choosing who you work with.
  • david layzelle
    Published 3 months ago
    Pitch Perfect: Nailing a Three Minute Chat!

    Pitch Perfect: Nailing a Three Minute Chat!

    Way back in post one of this series—we’re on post three now, if you’ve lost count—I said that my end goal was to take at least one, though currently considering one full-length feature film, and two TV series, to the London Scriptwriters Festival (LSF) next April. To be able to do that, I need a full script, but more importantly at this stage, I need a log line and a fully-fledged pitch. Those two must be absolutely perfect, even if the script itself is a bit raggedy.
  • Jady Bates
    Published 3 months ago
    The Exhausting Side of Passion

    The Exhausting Side of Passion

    Perform. Smile. Take direction. Smile more. Dance. Smile less. Perform better.
  • Judi Scarpelli
    Published 3 months ago
    Tips for Ride-Share Passengers

    Tips for Ride-Share Passengers

    I'm a ride-share driver. Four years ago, this gig was lucrative for drivers. Now? Not so much. Both Uber and Lyft claim they take no more than 25% of the total fair the rider is charged. This isn't always true. Many times, they take upwards of more than 40% of the fee the rider pays. We put thousands of miles on our vehicles yearly and beat them up all in the name of providing a service to the community.
  • Harley King
    Published 3 months ago
    Love the Work You Do

    Love the Work You Do

    Many writers and speakers today tell their audiences to do what they love and the money will come. I come from a different perspective. I believe we should learn to love the work we do— to find happiness where we are and the money will come.
  • Aaron Dennis
    Published 3 months ago
    Is Medium Worth Using

    Is Medium Worth Using

    Medium is a bunch of crap. You can’t get anyone who doesn’t already follow you to read your work. You can only get paid if the curators decide your stuff is worth selling. No one ever goes to Medium to find new articles or writers. I have never received a search engine result, which led me to an article from Medium.
  • Kevin
    Published 3 months ago
    How to Make Your Business Site Look Professional

    How to Make Your Business Site Look Professional

    Every business should have a website. As far as having a personal website, it is less important but can still be valuable for letting others know about you, and can even be helpful for potential employers when trying to find out about you. Most companies that are successful have a website. Without a website, a business is only as successful as the local influence it has. If you have a professional website, visitors will trust you more than if you one that looks unprofessional and haphazard. Websites can say a lot about you and or your company.
  • Marcus Azaria
    Published 3 months ago
    Work From Home Journey

    Work From Home Journey

    So It's been a while since I've last posted but it's because I've been searching for additional opportunities to bring my readers. So let's dive into some more earning opportunities that I've found. In the end, there will be a YouTube video showing you how to scale up your earnings.