Integrity, as defined by the Oxford English Dictionary is “the condition of having no part or element taken away or wanting; undivided or unbroken state; material wholeness, completeness, entirety”. Material wholeness? How many corporations can honestly say that they give “wholeness” to hard working, loyal consumers?
Entrepreneurs have the power to return the scared state of mutually beneficial relationships, in which both the seller and purchaser win. It’s a shame to see construction contractors adding extra costs, or financial professionals adding hidden fees (not to make any particular digs, just using general examples). So whatever did happen to the good ol’ days where honesty was next to godliness?
What to do when you can’t imagine working for anyone else, anymore.
9-5 have you dreading leaving your house in the morning. Long hours and little reward have you wishing for a more rewarding career? Read on, friends.
It seems simple, but practicing self management and good leadership towards others will undoubtedly help you reach new heights within your small business. Need more convincing? Read below.
You’re a small business owner, or soon to be. You’re social, you’re busy. You’re constantly working hard to meet deadlines, provide excellent customer care and excel at your goals. But what often gets overlooked is the value in increasing our own personal values. Looking for three simple ways to accomplish this? Look no further!
Your entire life is being flipped upside down; you are becoming an entrepreneur. First of all, congratulations! The joys of working for yourself are innumerable and invaluable. During this demanding time in your life (don’t worry, the payoff of being a small business owner is worth it) you need to surround yourself with positive, supportive, and understanding individuals. Here are three types of people to buddy up with, and two to completely avoid.