Dec 6: How to Brainstorm Breakthrough Ideas for Your Business

How to Brainstorm Breakthrough Ideas for Your Business

It’s time to reflect on your business and find the spark for your next breakthrough idea.

No clue what that is? To ignite new light bulb moments, start with these idea-generating tactics:

EMBRACE FEAR.

Ask yourself: “What scares me most?” Then, explore that dark space. What if you overhauled your product and reintroduced it – what features would it have? Where would you invest money if you replaced a major conference or trade show with other lead-generating activities? Even if something is working for you, is there a way to make it better? As for your competition, instead of studying what they’re doing, contemplate what they’re afraid of, too.

PULL THE TRIGGER. Read more…

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Dec 6: Smooth seas do not make skillful sailors. African Proverb

SAY OF THE DAY: “Smooth seas do not make skillful sailors.” African Proverb… read more

Dec 6: 3 Ways To Get Your Employees To Share Their Honest Opinions

3 Ways To Get Your Employees To Share Their Honest Opinions

After you’ve surrounded yourself with the best talent you can find, creating an environment that stifles open communication can render that investment useless for companies.

Perhaps your employees are afraid to give you honest answers about your business or feel like they need to agree with every idea you have, even the obviously bad ideas. Read more…

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Dec 6: 5 Ways to Start a Business Part-Time While Holding a Day Job Full-Time

5 Ways to Start a Business Part-Time While Holding a Day Job Full-Time

You know you want to start a business, but you can’t shake those financial worries – rent or a mortgage, a car payment, and maybe you have kids. Even young people have responsibilities after all. But tack on the fact that your business idea will surely take time to catch on, and starting up can seem even further out of reach.

You are a perfect candidate to become a part-time entrepreneur. Read more…

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Dec 6: 3 Habits Of High-Performing Teams

3 Habits Of High-Performing Teams

What are some common challenges that small business and startup teams face? Long hours, conflicting personalities, not enough space, or too many mistakes?

A business team should undergo comprehensive team training in order to perform at a high level. Read more…

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Dec 5: Why Starting a Business and Becoming an Entrepreneur is Risky

Why Starting a Business and Becoming an Entrepreneur is Risky

When you were a kid, how often would you ride your bike fast down a steep street while letting go of the handlebars, or take your sled to the top of the highest hill in town, not even considering that one false move could end in a tumble? Back then, you knew that the ride was worth the risk.

Now, with your own business, are you questioning every decision and avoiding the high hills of opportunity because of a fear of falling? It’s a natural reaction, but it can kill your aspirations and cost you the thrill of that amazing ride to success. Read more…

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Dec 5: How to Advertise Your Business to 2,500,000 People on 4 Social Networks for $20

How to Advertise Your Business to 2,500,000 People on 4 Social Networks for $20

Want to spread the word about your business? Did you know you can broadcast your product or service to our large audience across Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and 40Billion for only $20, or as little as $5 a day? Buy a promo ad to broadcast your small business, startup company, product, or service to 2,500,000+ social users on 4 social networks – including Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and 40Billion – at once.

For over 4 years, aspiring entrepreneurs and startup companies have used 40Billion for affordable promotion across popular social networks in order to reach more potential customers. Read more…

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