Starting a Small Business: A Bird’s Eye View

Starting a Small Business: A Bird’s Eye View #hiring #marketing #training #leadership #entrepreneurship #business

  This is a sponsored post discussing the main things to consider before starting a small business (and I think it’s really good). Please see my disclosure page for more details.       Starting a Small Business: A Bird’s Eye View   Are you thinking about starting your own small business? Starting a small business that you are passionate about is exciting. You get to follow your dreams and go to work every day knowing you’re your own boss and that you get to have control over how your company is run.   However, starting a small business is no easy task. It takes a lot of time to thoughtfully plan out and map the logistics of your business to ensure it will be successful.   These are some of the higher concept ideas you must flesh out before you can even consider going over the intricacies of the […]

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Shout-out: Ten things outstanding job candidates do differently (Liz Ryan)

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Hello all! Our Saturday morning shout-outs highlight a post/article/book/other that I’ve come across lately that deserves exactly that: a ‘shout-out.’ The goal here is to hopefully introduce my readers to other authors or bloggers that have had an impact on me, my writing, and my life.   This week’s shout-out is: Ten things outstanding job candidates do differently by Liz Ryan (courtesy of Forbes).    Oh, this one is full of interesting goodness. Our author, a long time ‘HR leader’ details 10 of the most important things that separated great interview candidates from the rest of the pack! The good news – these things are not incredibly difficult to achieve. The real news – you need to put in the time. I have nowhere near the experience level as Liz but in our early days of business ownership (and hiring) the few that we’ve offered positions to exhibited at least […]

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