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Four Ways to Invest in Employee Development

There is a hunger for talent out there and most entrepreneurs have learned that the hard way. If you’ve ever hired someone to join your company, you know that finding the right startup employee isn’t easy. But once you find the perfect fit, it is important to do as much as you can to keep…

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The Pitch Deck That Helped Buffer Raise Half a Million Dollars

Buffer is the ultimate social media management platform that allows the users to effortlessly schedule content to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest. As a startup, Buffer needed to raise money. The founders pitched to angel investors and managed to raise half a million dollars.

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Can Fostering Fairness be The Leadership Strategy Your Startup Needs to Succeed?

There are many metrics that can be taken into consideration when an entrepreneur tries to predict the future of their company. Business leaders focus on inventory, on sales, on acquiring more customers, on outmaneuvering the competition and so on but often make the mistake to underestimate the power and importance of creating a motivated and…

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Four Ways to Get People Refer Your Business Without Even Asking for It

Business referrals are a great way to boost your brand, to get more visibility and to attract new clients without to spend a fortune on it. As a business owner, you should understand the power of business referrals and what they can do for the growth of your company.

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3 Ways to Achieve Startup Success Before Raising Money

The lack of money has been the reason why many talented and highly-skilled people have given up on their startup dreams. If there isn’t enough cash to get you going, the idea of risking it all (meaning quitting your job and losing your stable paycheck) seems so crazy.

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The Five Lessons Everyone Can Learn From a Failed Startup

Failure is said to be an inevitable part of success. Failing a startup isn’t the end of the world, especially if you learn from the failure and use this knowledge as a stepping stone. An entrepreneurial failure, to be less painful and to help you grow, should be fast and cheap.

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The Art of Charisma in Business

This blog post is written by Amy Tez and was originally published on her blog. Amy is a highly-trained London-based actress with 20 years of professional theater experience. She is also an entrepreneur, business strategist, and performance coach. Her mission is to get the entrepreneurial world speaking with the same brilliance as world-class actors and…

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Three Leadership Approaches That Kill Your Productivity

You’ve set high goals for this year, haven’t you? You probably want to achieve more, to grow your business and outrun the competition; you probably want to learn more, to grow as a person and to become more successful.

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After Office-Hours Habits That Will Make You More Successful

The work-life balance line in entrepreneurship is so thin that makes it almost invisible. Most entrepreneurs are constantly plugged in work – always handling different business-related tasks, rarely having any time left for something non-work related. Many even feel guilty when they take time off.

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How to Build a Resilient Startup Culture

To be a successful entrepreneur, you need to learn how to sail the ocean of uncertainty, rejection, hardships and discomfort without losing your sight over your goals. Fostering your emotional intelligence is what you need to do if you want to survive in the sea of sharks called entrepreneurship. And building resilience plays a key…

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