Little kids are fascinating. If you’re a parent or have spent any time with a child, you’ve no doubt been caught in that conversational circle that looks something like this: question, follow-up question, follow-up question, follow-up question…
Today we’re going to ask you a simple question. Is it a loaded question? Well, maybe. But it shouldn’t be. So here it goes.
How much money do you want to make?
More Americans are working remotely, for a longer period of time than ever before. According to a Gallup survey released in February of 2017, 43% of employed Americans said they spent some time working remotely in the previous year.
It’s happened to almost all of us at some point: that feeling in your gut you can’t quite shake telling you you’re making the wrong decision. Is it nerves? Fear? Or some primal instinct that’s actually rooted in truth? According to scientists, it may be the latter of the three!
Is your business changing with the times, or are you still operating in the 80’s? If you're still processing paper transactions, you may be stuck in the past.
It’s a topic that, in my humble opinion, isn’t discussed nearly enough in entrepreneurial circles: employee development.
I’ve been very lucky in the health department.
I’ve never had a major illness, never broken a bone (knock on wood). I got chicken pox out of the way in the second grade and since then have never suffered much more than the flu.
Until one day in early 2016.
This article on how to set clear expectations for your team members is one of our most popular Profitable Entrepreneur posts. In it, we discuss why it’s important to outline duties and set boundaries for your staff and give practical tips for setting expectations without micro-managing.
Now, we’re turning the tables and talking about setting expectations on the client side.
Recently I’ve been working with a client who’s a veteran. His company has many close ties to the military community, and it comes into play quite a bit in our work. Though I have a few family members who have served our country, military life and customs weren’t very familiar to me until recently.