Category: Your Career

5 Ways to Lower Expenses in Your Organization

5 Ways to Lower Expenses in Your Organization

Since the 2008 global financial crisis, businesses have been trying to trim the fats and cut expenses wherever they can. Until you make it big (and really, even then), the number one lesson in increasing profit is obviously linked to reducing expenses–every penny you save really does count! Moreover, you will find that the steps your organization can take to […]

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3 Main Ways to Generate Revenue for Your Organization

3 Main Ways to Generate Revenue for Your Organization

The main goal of any organization is of course, to increase revenue. Without a healthy stream of revenue, your organization cannot survive, no matter how good the idea behind your business. It is thus the goal of every company to increase revenue. Thousands of industry handbooks have been written about this topic. But the way to increase your company’s revenue […]

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Working for Yourself vs. Working for Others.

Working for Yourself vs. Working for Others.

You are at the crossroads. When the job market becomes tough, a lot of people may find themselves re-evaluating their entire professional path. Many departments in big corporations are getting slashed, putting a lot of previously employed people back into the precarious job market. Or, maybe your job is just not giving you a lot of satisfaction anymore, not leaving […]

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6 Things You Need to Do to Get Hired When You Change Careers

6 Things You Need to Do to Get Hired When You Change Careers

What happens if you’ve been working in an industry for a length of time but are drawn to switch careers? In the 21st century, lives no longer follow a linear trajectory. Rapid changes in every industry brought about by the rise in automation suggest that many traditional careers are struggling to remain relevant. Moreover, how old were we when we […]

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4 Ways to Work Systematically (When Working With Others)

4 Ways to Work Systematically (When Working With Others)

I know, I know… You are looking at the title of this article and thinking that of course, everybody knows how to work systematically these days. You are probably thinking that this is one of the most redundant articles we have on our site. But do you really understand what it means to work systematically? Let’s imagine a scenario with […]

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Traditional Workplace vs. Startup Culture

Traditional Workplace vs. Startup Culture

Although “startup” continues to be a buzzword, there has been a lot of talk lately about whether or not the “tech bubble” has burst, or is going to burst. Fortune remarked that venture capitalists are more discerning than ever, pulling out of risky bets, growing more wary of tech companies’ tendency to be overvalued. Yet startup culture continues to become […]

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One Really Terrible Word That Kills Your Career

One Really Terrible Word That Kills Your Career

I’ve got bad news for all us perfectionists out there. We won’t win unless we have a mindset change now. “Later” is the one word that can kill your career. There’s no way around it. Procrastination is the enemy of success. If you ask me, this really sucks, because most thoughtful people take a long time to do anything. The […]

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How to Recruit Good Salespeople

How to Recruit Good Salespeople

Let’s face it. Recruiting salespeople is not easy. Yet, there would be no business without sales. By definition, a business sells a service or a product to generate a profit. In fact, if you think of your company as an intricate machine, every part of it runs towards generating a profit. Your HR, your tech team, your admin–they are all […]

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