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  1. 10 Things Entrepreneurs Can Learn in Communications 101

    by Published in Entrepreneurship, Tips & Tricks on

    The field of communications. Sounds like a common sense area, doesn’t it? As simple-sounding as it is (and as much as some consider it “fluffy”), communicating well is one of the most important things when it comes to business and getting things done right. Getting your point across is essential for negotiating deals, speaking to […]

  2. What’s the Simple Secret to Energy, Productivity, and Success?

    by Published in Tips & Tricks on

    When you’re almost late to an 8:00 a.m. meeting, little else matters to you except being on time. Bagels or bacon, donuts or scrambled eggs—as long as you can put it in your body, you’re happy. And, hey, if you don’t have time, you can always wait until lunch. Really, who’s got time for breakfast? […]

  3. 3 Apps That Help Small and New Businesses Generate Leads

    by Published in Small Business on

    It’s 2013. By now, you’ve heard about apps that handle just about everything. They can schedule meetings in your absence and find you the best Thai restaurant while you’re on a business trip. But as the owner of a new or small business, you care about much more than simple lifehacks. After all, no business […]

  4. Customer Spotlight: Kimberfire

    by Published in The Hopper on

    This month’s customer spotlight is on Kimberfire, a diamond reseller. Ever hesitate to buy an item online because you don’t know what you’re going to get? With pricey shipping rates and iffy return policies, it’s tough to bite the bullet and buy something without seeing it. It’s especially scary to buy something that’s both expensive […]

  5. The Distributed Workforce: Common Problems (And Fixes!)

    by Published in Virtual Office on

    The benefits of distributing your workforce using modern communications are many. Just ask a company like 37signals – they’ve got employees all over the world! A distributed workforce means a bigger labor pool, reduced costs, flexibility for employees, and an oddly counter-intuitive increase in productivity. Modern technology has allowed people to work from the Bahamas, their […]