This is a guest post by Brian Prowse.
You’ve seen the commercials on TV. Everyone sitting around the conference table during an office meeting are using tablets instead of paper. The message? The paperless office is here. Trees everywhere celebrate. But is this an accurate vision of the future? Will there ever be a paperless society? Will offices ever be able to make due without a paper trail? Continue reading
This is a guest post by Sheldon Lewis.
What is the biggest thing holding your company back at the moment? Unless you have the greatest employees in the world it is probably the productivity of the entire workforce. Some people like to sit around taking their time when they work. This is OK up until a certain point, but when they start taking advantage of the fact they get paid an hourly wage it can have a big impact on the amount of money you make. Can you imagine how much profit you would make if everyone started working twice as hard? Continue reading
This is a guest post by Keith Shelby.
Do you have a creative and unique idea but are scared of it being used by someone else? Are you looking out for a way to safeguard your idea? Intellectual Property (IP) is your answer. It refers to those ideas that can be counted as “owned” by an individual or company. It represents the property of the mind or intellect. It gives the owner the rights to use their IP in any manner to their discretion. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Jacob Matthew.
Are you a great leader? Do you have what it takes to make your business more successful? Every great leader should be able to build powerful teams that improve their business. Nobody is superman and it’s impossible to do everything on your own. I hope you already have a wonderful team, but it’s never too late to learn new things that could make your team even better. We can look at a few ideas and if you haven’t tested them out yet, you can now. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Sydney Williams.
A career in logistics is an option that is worth some serious consideration. This article takes a look at the different factors that have earmarked this line of business as one to watch for the future. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Kyle Adams.
If you are lucky and creative enough to be able to design your own merchandise, have you thought about the potential of selling it online? These days, many people are more than happy to buy and sell online as opposed to setting up a bricks and mortar business. Buyers trust the internet a lot more than they used to, it is properly regulated and seems to be the way forward. If you have a great product, but need a little help with the online selling factor, please read this article for some easy to follow tips. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Alex Gavril.
We’re all familiar with brands – Pepsi, Apple, McDonald’s are some of the most familiar names in the world.
But what about your personal brand – how you come across to other people. Does it matter? Continue reading
This is a guest post by Martha Blue.
If you are starting your own business and are still pondering over what name to choose, you should spend some time on this important step. A catchy name can draw potential customers’ interest quicker than a ‘Free Beer’ sign outside a city centre bar on a Saturday night. Just as a poorly chosen brand name will ensure that your website or retail store never sees more than one visitor at a time, and that is usually you! Please have a read of this article if you need a little encouragement and advice regarding your new company’s name. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Shannon Carter.
Many people, even those that are confident in other aspects of their lives, deal with a fear of public speaking. When you are in the spotlight, addressing an audience, it is easy to be nervous or worry constantly that anything could go wrong at any moment.
Many people become so nervous that they stutter or forget what they were trying to say. However, these things can be largely avoided if you make the effort to prepare and practice what you are going to say. Continue reading
This is a guest post by Shannon Monson.
If you are like most people, you often consider your own life to be mundane and wish that you had more excitement on a day-to-day basis. Many people, if given the chance to be a celebrity CEO, would take it without even thinking.
However, it is not necessarily all that it is cracked up to be. Though there are many benefits that come with being in such a position, there are also significant drawbacks that, for many people, would constitute a dealbreaker. As with any story, there are two sides, and it is important to be aware of both. Continue reading