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Why You Should Take Risks in Business

Why You Should Take Risks in Business

Many entrepreneurs are scared of taking risks in business and that seems like a perfectly normal reaction. But most entrepreneurs start off by taking a risk merely in starting up their own businesses or leaving a consistent corporate job to do it so it seems strange that once they do…

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Why Competition is Good for Business

Why Competition is Good for Business

Entrepreneurs just starting out often fear their competition and that’s a normal reaction but while it might sound strange, competition is actually good for business. In fact, it’s exactly what drives successful brands. When you’re not challenged, you might find yourself complacent and lacking innovation. It’s important to realize that…

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How to Combat Stress at Work

How to Combat Stress at Work

According to research studies the number of people who are stressed at work is not only exceedingly high but is continuing to grow each and every day. Numbers show that those who are “extremely” stressed at work range between 29-40%. And when asked, in many recent polls, over half of…

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How to Empower Your Employees in Business

How to Empower Your Employees in Business

One of the greatest lessons people are always trying to learn in business is how not to be a micromanager. A great step forward towards achieving that goal is to empower your employees to take full ownership and responsibility of their jobs. In today’s business environment, productivity reigns supreme. Managers…

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The Benefits of Hiring Interns for Your Business

The Benefits of Hiring Interns for Your Business

Hiring an intern for your business isn’t just an opportunity to give a young kid a summer job or a school credit; it’s an opportunity to help your company grow and thrive. The benefits of hiring an intern are not mutually exclusive; in fact, they benefit both parties. While students…

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Key Lessons the World Cup Can Teach You in Business

Key Lessons the World Cup Can Teach You in Business

With rabid soccer fans all across the globe, an estimated 700 million live television viewers are watching the World Cup unfold before their very eyes right now as 32 teams battle it out to become champions of the world. Billions of people love the World Cup – soccer or “football”…

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