Building a business never quite happens the way one might imagine. In a perfect world the steps would be fairly simple. Have an idea for what business you would like to start. Get funding for said business. Find a location, move in, and welcome all your new customers. It’s an easy path, right? For entrepreneurs all over the world their ...Read More »
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For some people the business field is a very sterile and cold environment. Leaders manage a team, te...
Have you ever read a good book that you just can’t put down? You find yourself sneaking a page on th...
We spoke with Marlo Watson from The Marlo Company. We chatted about her background, self awareness, True Colors, how to hire the correct person for the job and building a strong team. Marlo Thomas Watson, President of The Marlo Company, Inc. has made a career of finding the human element. With the introduction of True Colors, Marlo knew how important it ...Read More »
CEO Chat speaks with Reginald Jackson Sr. of Joyful Satisfaction Coaching located in Northern Virginia on his business, advice that he has for business owners and what coaching is and why it’s vital to the success of CEOs and entrepreneurs. Find out why Magic Johnson is his favorite entrepreneur, subordinate leadership, ACOR and how self-talk can help you be successful. Snippet ...Read More »
For some people the business field is a very sterile and cold environment. Leaders manage a team, team members do work, and parties get paid. It’s a cycle which can seem fairly banal after a certain amount of time. Within the industry it can also be difficult to fight against the feeling that everything surrounding you is mundane. Luckily there ...Read More »
Have you ever read a good book that you just can’t put down? You find yourself sneaking a page on the way home from work, when you should be sleeping, even pouring over it when there are more important things to be done. Finding out how the story ends is the goal of reading any book. But what happens to ...Read More »
Life never quite takes you where you expect to go. It doesn’t matter if you have a plan or you’re winging it, sometimes a plan can be pretty useless. One minute you’re sure all the bases are covered only to realize you’ve missed a few things in the hustle. One of the biggest areas in your life which you’ll try ...Read More »
The media and popular social platforms have popularized the world of entrepreneurship. Being an entrepreneur is now the ‘it’ thing to do. Years ago the term entrepreneur meant something a little different. It meant going against the grain and inviting a heap of trouble to your doorstep. Banks were extremely leery of the term, you were never seen as a ...Read More »
Becoming an entrepreneur is not a spur of the moment choice. Good entrepreneurs don’t suddenly decide their course of action and go into business the very next week. While that might be a popular idea for those looking on from the outside, entrepreneurship is a testament to what determination truly is. Like a dog with a bone, once entrepreneurs find ...Read More »
What components drive a person to take on the role of being an entrepreneur? Much like going to college for an arts field of study, proclaiming that you’re becoming an entrepreneur can often be met with criticism and skepticism from friends or family members. The ‘why’ of becoming an entrepreneur is varied and vast. One of the most common phrases ...Read More »
The world of business is never finished evolving. Just when you master one area, another shift happens and sends you scrambling to fit the new pieces in. Business owners are constantly sifting through the new scraps brought their way in an attempt to stay ahead of the curve or at least with it. Like a tree, the world of entrepreneurship ...Read More »