It’s a strange state of affairs that just about everyone is fully aware of the fact that no business, outside of those that are exceptionally small, is capable of being run by only one person. After all, the sheer number of tasks required in keeping even a relatively simple business running is so large that trying to do it all on your own is an incredibly misguided and potentially dangerous thing to do. And yet, so many business owners attempt to do this very thing.
When one is an entrepreneur or a manager, they can easily become frustrated by the lackluster attitude of their employees. Some star employees are a lifesaver, and probably the only reason a leader keeps his sanity.
Have you ever asked yourself if you’re doing great or just fine? Oh yes! There is a lot of difference in these both expressions.
This is the exact question I make to myself when I finish writing my article on simplicity. I’d like to provide value to my audience, and my article ‘On Simplicity‘ raised a lot of questions. To respond properly I had to research more on the subject!
A lot of people who use iPhones might think the whole world practically does as well. That’s easy to think when you and your circle of friends mostly use the same products. And perhaps, we also tend to think that most people are ‘like us’ when it comes to our tastes and preferences. However, you just have to look at the raw data to realize that Android users actually make up the majority of mobile phone users.
Stress is a common problem which majority of us face these days. Either you are a student or a business professional you won’t be oblivion to it. For instance, the intriguing pressure on students to meet deadlines, excel at all sorts of activities at their campuses, write essays and prepare for exams, do research and write papers lead to nothing but stress.
I was talking with a friend of mine, recently, to decide the best course of action for his business. He has a small company providing web design services and only recently has started working on his own!
In modern business, you have to stand out if you want to be recognized. For a lot of businesses, this will often mean simply staying ahead of the game. But, for smaller companies; some work has to be done.
If you have ever worked remotely or managed a remote team, I am sure you must have faced one or all of these challenges.
- Managing time zones across team members
- Keeping remote employees motivated
- Measuring the performance of team members
In this article, you’ll learn how to overcome these challenges. You’ll also learn about the tools you can use to manage your remote team effectively.