How To Make Your Startup Business More Efficient Now (Guest Blog by Kiley Martin)

The following post comes to us from Kiley Martin, a Philadelphia-based freelance writer, editor and blogger. Increasing the efficiency of operations should be a primary goal of all business owners . However, enhancing business productivity often falls by the wayside when workload increases. People push things off and get stuck in the same old routines. … Continue reading How To Make Your Startup Business More Efficient Now (Guest Blog by Kiley Martin)

How Some of the Worst Jobs Have Made My Career Better

For anyone who has worked summer jobs, internships, entry level jobs and hey, even high-profile, but highly demanding roles within a business, you know this to be true. There are drawbacks to every job you’ve ever worked. The hope for a happy career is to ultimately find a job where the positives outweigh the negatives … Continue reading How Some of the Worst Jobs Have Made My Career Better

True Test of Entrepreneurship: Are You Interested or Committed?

This month will mark the four year anniversary of the day I decided to make a hard right turn on a promising career to pursue the vast and unknown journey of an entrepreneur. I took the leap and landed on my feet – not out of luck, but out of a fiery commitment to do … Continue reading True Test of Entrepreneurship: Are You Interested or Committed?

What Building a Home Has Taught Me About Project Management

I feel fortunate and excited to announce that we are just two months out from the completion of our new home. Building a custom home has been a long-time dream that was made possible only through sacrifices and hard work from both my husband and me as well as through many generous and talented people … Continue reading What Building a Home Has Taught Me About Project Management

Quarter Life Crisis As An Indicator of Differentiation (Guest Blog by Todd Shirley)

The following blog post is part of the Bennis Blogger Battle. Support Todd by "Liking" this post, leaving a comment and sharing it on your social media! The blog with the most hits, wins. (I should also mention that Wednesday March 7th is his birthday--so be sure to give him some extra love!) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ While … Continue reading Quarter Life Crisis As An Indicator of Differentiation (Guest Blog by Todd Shirley)

Why Success Is More Likely If You Love What You Do (Guest Blog by Rory Alexander)

The following blog post is part of the Bennis Blogger Battle. Support Rory by "Liking" this post, leaving a comment and sharing it on your social media! The blog with the most hits, wins. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ I have done a lot of things up to this point in my life and only now am I realizing … Continue reading Why Success Is More Likely If You Love What You Do (Guest Blog by Rory Alexander)

Life As My Own Boss: A Six Month Review

Just yesterday I happened to look at the date and couldn’t believe how quickly the first month of this New Year has flown by. With a small pause in shock, I realized that January 15th has significance far beyond just the midpoint of the month. It has now been 6 months since I resigned from … Continue reading Life As My Own Boss: A Six Month Review