Early stage companies have many demands on an employee’s time. From getting the product built to marketing for new customers to getting the capital lined up, it is a never ending battle to fit in all that work in a limited amount of time. But, what I often see is …Read More »
Every employer loves the eager spirit that comes with a new employee. The struggle comes later, in the post-honeymoon period. As months go on, even top talent can be at risk of disengagement, a serious — not to mention costly — problem for companies. A recent Engagement Institute study suggests …Read More »
This story appears in the December 2017 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » The holidays can be a killer. For many entrepreneurs, particularly those in retail, the stretch between Halloween and New Year’s is when teams get stressed, systems get strained and even the smallest inefficiencies can amplify into crises. If …Read More »
Last year, while sitting at an awards dinner being honored for running one of the fastest growing companies in the state, I had a pit in my stomach. Something about recieving the award made it impossible for me to avoid the truth. I hated my company. I didn’t always hate …Read More »
Have You Thanked an Academic Today? 3 Studies That Offer Lessons for Entrepreneurs About the Human Psyche.
As an entrepreneur, you are likely to find it highly valuable to have a fundamental understanding of how the human mind works. Related: How Marketing Psychology Can Improve Your Bottom Line You need to know what makes your customers tick so you can develop the best products for them. You need …Read More »
In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Emily Richett sits down with entrepreneur and radio host Pat Flynn, who has achieved over 50 million podcast downloads and is approaching his 1000th podcast episode. Flynn and Richett discuss the strategies Flynn has used to find such success with the podcast format and …Read More »
For you as a founder, your product is your baby. Even before it comes to life, you already love it and want to grow and develop it the best way possible so it becomes a success. You start preparing early to avoid any hiccups. Part of making sure it gets …Read More »
This Entrepreneur Only Does What He Wants, and This Simple Philosophy Has Made His Business Worth Millions.
In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Gerard Adams sits down with Dollar Beard Club co-founder Chris Stoikos to talk about the importance of mindfulness and being present. The interview starts with Adams and Stoikos simply breathing deeply and encouraging viewers to do the same — to be centered and focused …Read More »
Walk in the lanes of a metropolitan city of India and you’ll find boards for co-working spaces almost everywhere, people walking in and out of them with laptops or just making these swanky new places their office for the day. But almost 30 years ago, such was not the scenario. …Read More »
Kate and Joey have travelled to Creative Teaching Press this week, a company that produces classroom decorations and other fun educational accessories for teachers. They’re transforming the library (AKA storage room) into a space for the marketing team to show off the products in an exciting environment. With a sunny …Read More »