In the world of modern business, it’s very easy to forget that people are the heart and soul of any successful venture. After all, many operations can actively avoid the need to ever interact directly with customers.
Startups are built on very fragile business model foundations. While entering volatile and oversaturated markets, they need to face the pressures and challenges that each day has in store for them. Training the workforce and keeping it up-to-date with the best practices and technologies is one of those challenges, particularly with the new generations.
How can you improve your online business today? Growing your business as an entrepreneur online is a challenge, as you will face an unimaginable volume of competition. No matter which industry you are in, you need to stand out and keep on improving your offer to remain competitive.
Welcome to Season 1, Episode 7 of the Leadership Execution Podcast and thank you, everyone, for listening. In this episode, I’d like to invite you to listen a wonderful interview of 2 young people with wonderful ideas: Nick Timms & Eduarda Bardavid who are the founders of Drag, a productivity application for Gmail! Please, join the discussion!
Is not always easy to increase productivity. To do so, you need to define correctly what productivity is to you and how to use it for your own benefit.
A business can be made or broken by the people that work in it. In the vast majority of cases, your employees are the first people your customers are going to be dealing with directly, so it stands to reason that you want them to give off the absolute best first impression possible. You can have the best, most original product at a reasonable price, but if your customers are immediately put off when they go to deal with your employees you’re not going to get very far at all.
Operating in the small business area is not always easy! Owning a business is a challenging career and not one that everyone’s cut out for. You’re faced with juggling multiple tasks at once, making big decisions and ensuring your company succeeds. It’s no wonder you often feel overwhelmed and stressed out.
Starting a new business is an adventure that most don’t have the guts to do. It takes a lot of grit to push a business idea through to completion and then onto profit and you need to have a strong stomach to cope with the pitfalls of dealing in business.
Welcome to Season 1, Episode 6 of the Leadership Execution Podcast and thank you, everyone, for listening. In this episode, I’d like to share some thoughts on what makes me (you, us) special. I believe everyone is a special person and has a specific role and mission to life. These are some ideas on how to define that and what can we do to become more effective! Please, join the discussion!