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At the end of a busy day it can be easy to find yourself overwhelmed by the volume of tasks you may still have left to do. Your first instinct might be to shut your computer off as soon as you wrap up and get as far away from the office as possible. However, this...
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You’ve reached the end of the short list, and sitting in front of you is the candidate you want to fill a badly needed position. This person has the right qualifications, education and experience. Potential team members have even given their stamp of approval so culture fit looks good. It’s up to you to seal...
Is there “one weird trick” that will serve every entrepreneur well, no matter what their business model or industry might be? Yes, I think there is. But it’s decidedly un-sexy and even unpopular these days. It’s regular meetings. Yes, really. The ongoing crisis did nothing to help the cause of meetings. Corralling your employees onto...

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