5 Considerations about Risk-Taking

Life generally is all about risks, whether you are planning to get married, go on a long/short journey, make a lifetime decision, getting a loan, going all-in during a friendly game of poker or quitting your long-time career to pursue one of your promising business ideas. Most people tend to avoid risks when possible, because […]

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How Giving Back to Your Community Can Boost Your Bottom Line

Companies that encourage community involvement distinguish themselves from their competitors, and see many benefits, including loyal customers and happier employees. According to a May 2013 study by Cone Communications and Echo Research, 82 percent of U.S. consumers consider corporate social responsibility (CSR) when deciding which products or services to buy and where to shop. It is important to note […]

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Stop Comparing Yourself

One major problem in our society is the focus on competitiveness which can often lead to the tendency to compare yourself with others. Many of us seem to do this automatically without giving it a thought. Let’s talk about what effect this has on your self esteem. Why comparing yourself to others is a bad […]

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3 Mental Health Tips You Probably Need

These days, being an entrepreneur means being on the go constantly. Whether you have a new business you have just started, are looking for potential business partners and funding or are expanding the startup you have been running for the past few years, does it seem like there is always more to do? While being on […]

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Misconception: Accountant VS. Book Keeper

As a business owner, it is important to have a healthy cash flow to keep your business running smoothly. You need to keep a record of every penny being spent on or from your business. At first, it is so easy to handle it all by yourself but when the tasks start getting too much, […]

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The Role of Line Managers: Supporting Employee’s Mental Health

Despite all the evidence demonstrating that employee’s health, well-being and engagement are important for organizational success, and that line managers are one of the most important influences on engagement.  What is more, the majority of organizations still take a reactive rather than proactive approach to supporting employee’s well-being at work. The relationship line managers have […]

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Choosing the Best Pay Schedule for Your Business

Choosing the right pay schedule may seem like a simple decision, but there are some important factors that go into it, including employee attitude, Department of Labor regulations, payroll cost, and taxes and benefits. The first step toward choosing the right schedule for your business is analyzing what type of employees you have. What you […]

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