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How To Get Your Book Ready For Self-Publishing In 4 Steps

If you feel that publishing your book the traditional way through literary agents and publishing companies isn’t for you, self-publishing your work is a valid alternative. But self-publishing your book isn’t as simple as uploading your first draft to Amazon and waiting for fame and

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5 Positive Ways How To Deal With Failure As An Entrepreneur

An estimated 90% of new startups fail. As an entrepreneur, this probably doesn’t sound like a motivating statistic. But what causes startups to fail? At what point in the business cycle does this happen? How can you prevent it from being a complete failure and

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Why You Need To Ditch Slack Along With 2020

Are you familiar with Slack, the instant message app that is supposed to allow you to combine chats with emails into one? With most of the business world shifting to remote work during the pandemic, apps like Slack, Google Hangouts, Microsoft Teams, and Flock make

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Entrepreneur’s Guide To Hiring Startup Team Members

Entrepreneurs are filled with dreams and ideas about how to radically disrupt the world in the most positive ways. To get their dreams off the ground, they do the legwork of signing on investors interested in partnering with them on what they feel is a

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How To Build A Result-Driven Culture For Your Startup

When it comes to startups, workplace culture truly defines and differentiates one company from another. More often than not, this culture is set by the founders of the startup, which trickles down to the employees. A Forbes study has shown that highly-engaged teams in startups

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How To Launch Your Own Startup From Scratch In 2021

Here’s an idea “What is the most resilient parasite? Bacteria? A virus? No. An idea. Resilient and highly contagious.” – Dom Cobb, Inception  If you are truly looking to start a new business venture from scratch, then you need an idea. Ideas can come from

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Work From Home Parents Need You To Keep Them Happy By Doing This

A big chunk of the American workforce is currently working from home. Meanwhile, most schools have adapted virtual learning. This means that many adults have to juggle watching their child and working their 9-5 simultaneously. While the worker must adapt to these changes, their employers