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It is of little consequence if your business is online or brick and mortar, a product or service type of business, small or large. All businesses need to utilize a formal plan, however constructed, as long as it is on paper. If you commit anything to paper, your focus will be enhanced by that action. Continue reading
Stress-related disorders encompass a broad array of conditions, including psychological disorders (e.g., depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder) and other types of emotional strain (e.g., dissatisfaction, fatigue, tension, etc.), maladaptive behaviors (e.g., aggression, substance abuse), and cognitive impairment (e.g., concentration and memory problems). In turn, these conditions may lead to poor work performance or even injury. Job stress is also associated with various biological reactions that may lead ultimately to compromised health, such as cardiovascular disease, or in extreme cases death.
The Over-Caffeinated Entrepreneur Entrepreneurship after Military Service By David J Dunworth Your service to this great country is commendable, and now that you have returned, you need to go on with your life. Depending on your individual situation, the job … Continue reading
So far this four part series has covered what it takes to get that start up business from the idea stage through to funding. Now we are to cover the final aspect of the series, the marketing and advertising of … Continue reading
As a reminder, here’s what we’re working on: Part One – The Idea – It’s Not Rocket Science (unless it is) Part Two – Plan Your Work, Work Your Plans Part Three – Did I Mention Money, Honey? Part Four … Continue reading
Just a reminder: Part One introduces the process of idea generation and an overview of what is necessary to take it to another level. Remember the 4 step process? The Idea – It’s Not Rocket Science (unless it is) Plan … Continue reading