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The true 80-20 rule

The true 80-20 rule

The true 80-20 rule: 80% of product is onboarding. 80% of managing is hiring. 80% of sales is marketing. […]

How to Improve Your Elevator Pitch

How to Improve Your Elevator Pitch

How to Effectively Pitch Your Startup in Less in a Minute When preparing your elevator pitch, here are some guidelines to follow from Inc. Magazine. https://www.inc.com/hillel-fuld/how-to-effectively-pitch-your-startup-in-less-in-a-minute.html There are also plenty of material on our website about pitching. Click on “search” in the blog page and type pitch to get a list of the articles posted in the past.   &nbsp […]

13 Hard to Learn Skills That Will Help You Succeed

13 Hard to Learn Skills That Will Help You Succeed

13 Hard to Learn Skills That Will Help You Succeed These skills require a big time commitment to acquire but will pay off in the long run. There are some “Essential Skills” You Must Have to Succeed. To accomplish anything requires a certain skill set–and some of those skills apply to any endeavor. Here are some basic skills you should have if you want to be successful. https://www.inc.com/business-insider/3-key-skills-valuable-difficult-to-learn-help-you-succeed.html &nbsp […]

This is why you’re never satisfied with your accomplishments, according to science

This is why you’re never satisfied with your accomplishments, according to science

Which should people buy to make themselves happy: experiences or material goods? The answer depends in part on the level of resources already available in their lives. Across multiple studies using a range of methodologies, it was found that individuals of higher social class, whose abundant resources make it possible to focus on self-development and self-expression, were made happier by experiential over material purchases. No such experiential advantage emerged for individuals of lower social class, whose lesser resources engender concern […]

Recognize and prune unfit customers before they harm your business

Recognize and prune unfit customers before they harm your business

There are good customers and BAD customers. Most bad customers: – Don’t Pay On-Time (Or Ever) – Don’t Pay Enough (Or Don’t Want To Pay) – Have Unclear or Changing Demands – Want ALL the Attention – Aren’t Available – Aren’t Honest – Are Abusive or Threaten Your Staff – Make Unreasonable Demands – Complain to Anyone Who Will Listen – Don’t Listen to You How to assess their “Bad” value? The costs of customer acquisition are certainly higher than […]

Is Remote Work More Productive and Better?

Is Remote Work More Productive and Better?

Is Remote Work More Productive and Better? Not so says Stanford professor on the new remote work economy: A ‘productivity disaster’ and ‘ticking time bomb for inequality’.   One of the biggest changes brought on by the coronavirus pandemic has been the inundation of working from home — and it doesn’t come without challenges. The biggest issues with remote work are; One, employee engagement. and Two, having the set-up and space for proper work.   Here is the article link […]

Is It Worth It?

Is It Worth It?

More millennials regret college debt as pandemic kills their jobs by Jay Heflin, Business Editor |  | October 08, 2020 11:00 PM Since the pandemic hit the country, a growing number of millennial college graduates regret going into debt to pay for their education. Over a quarter (26%) of millennial college graduates said their college time “definitely” wasn’t worth their student […]

Can Entrepreneurship be taught in classrooms?

Can Entrepreneurship be taught in classrooms?

An article from HBR of a subject which comes across very often: Can Entrepreneurship Be Taught in a Classroom? The simple answer, by the way which many tend to shy away from for fear of getting bludgeoned and attacked by academia is: NO There is plenty of  skepticism regarding whether one can learn entrepreneurship in a business classroom setting. Decision making process in true entrepreneurship involves disruptions of the usual business rules, norms, and analytical models. When one looks at […]

List of all companies which received PPP funds, all States, from the SBA

List of all companies which received PPP funds, all States, from the SBA

The administration disclosed the names of many small businesses which received loans under a program intended to blunt the economic damage from the coronavirus pandemic. The disclosure comes amid demands for more transparency around the Paycheck Protection Program, or PPP, funds established as part of the $2 trillion CARES Act, which was signed this spring. https://sba.app.box.com/s/tvb0v5i57oa8gc6b5dcm9cyw7y2ms6pp     &nbsp […]

Facts of sales cold calling!

Facts of sales cold calling!

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