Home Office Organization: Tips for Staying Ahead of the Clutter

by / ⠀Career Advice / July 15, 2021

Working from home is quickly becoming our new normal. Home office organization, on the other hand, might still need to play catch-up. All over the world, businesses are discovering that remote work can make teams happier and more productive — all while reducing bottom-line costs. However, if you’ve been working from home for any length of time, you’ve likely encountered some challenges. For example, keeping your home office…

Don’t Be A Control Freak: Why Entrepreneurs Need to Learn How to Share

by / ⠀Startup Advice / December 24, 2012

Entrepreneurs are creative people who are driven to succeed. They have big ideas and are able to execute on their vision quickly. However, many times the tasks that need to be done can’t be easily replicated by team members, so he or she is left doing everything alone; or the entrepreneur simply delegates tasks to others and moves on to the next idea without taking time to properly…

Thinking Past Your To-Do List

by / ⠀Startup Advice / December 10, 2012

The first company I built was a mobile coupon application. This was early on in the mobile boom, less than a year after the release of the App Store. We were making the typical sales runs of getting businesses on the application, when one of the owners asked us to make an app for them. It was my first company and someone was offering us money. So hell…

How To Foster Creativity in Your Organization

by / ⠀Startup Advice / November 12, 2012

There is no doubt that creativity is the most important human resource of all. Without creativity, there would be no progress, and we would be forever repeating the same patterns.” — Edward de Bono Employee creativity and innovation are crucial for the success of any business. Creative employees bring new ideas, develop new technologies and foster growth of your company. The success of your company depends upon how…

How to Organize Yourself When You are Your Own Boss (in 1-2-3)

by / ⠀Startup Advice / March 2, 2011

cc licensed flickr photo shared by karindalziel The huge challenge in being (part-time) entrepreneur is learning to organize yourself. I’ve been working and earning online for about 3 (or 4) years now. I first started earning money from the client work (paid blogging, content marketing, reputation management, etc). Only a year ago I finally got to creating and promoting my own projects. The issue: I found that it…

Pin It on Pinterest