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5 Steps to Motivating Employees

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Employee’s motivation is influenced by his or her manager. More than half of people who leave their jobs do so because of their relationship with their boss. Organizations know engaged employees perform better; when they are not, the bottom line suffers. Smart companies make certain their managers know how to…

5 Obstacles of Being an Entrepreneur and How to Overcome Them

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Entrepreneurs will spend a lot of energy planning each step of their business plan. The business responsibilities that come with being an entrepreneur are vast and challenging, but the personal responsibilities are just as important. Some of the obstacles that will hold a business owner back are psychological. These are…

6 Ways to Create a Positive Work Environment

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People in a positive environment flourish in their lives and careers by building more meaningful relationships and connections. Being positive and showing gratitude go hand in hand. When you are more positive employees become more resilient to stress and know their work is appreciated. The holiday season is a joyous…

Budgeting Your Business

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There is no easy instruction manual on how to run your own business. But if you and a business partner were just starting out, then here’s some simple methods on budgeting that you need to know. When it comes to your budget between you and your business partner or just…

Are Social Media Background Checks Acceptable?

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As social media has taken over our social lives it’s more common than not to have employers do social media background checks on you prior to being hired for a job. Often times people are posting their thoughts, opinions and even manage to over-share personal information online. Snooping may be…

Body Language: Mastering the Art of Powerful Postures

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Researchers from Columbia University and Harvard University have found a link among powerful leaders besides pure charisma. The connecting factor is their use of powerful body postures to convey authority. So how does posture relate to power and authority? A study titled Power Posing: Brief Nonverbal Displays Affect Neuroendocrine Levels…