Work Smarter Not Harder

Posted on 1:16 pm, July 17, 2014 by

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It is said that when one lives for a stronger purpose, then hard work is not an option but a necessity. No matter how inspirational this saying may sound, it doesn’t have much to do with real life scenarios. The endless list of tasks that need to be completed on time, the overbearing bosses and ever-increasing work pressure render the … Read more

5 Tips to Keep Your Meetings Productive

Posted on 9:11 am, July 10, 2014 by


Do your subordinates perceive workplace meetings as boring and futile? Have you given a thought on making them more interesting? Making your meetings more fun shall spontaneously make them more interesting and productive as you begin to achieve the underlying objectives. Holding meetings with your team is one of the best means of strengthening interpersonal relationships, boosting morale, identifying the … Read more

Find Yourself a Business Mentor

Posted on 11:28 am, June 19, 2014 by


The importance of having a business mentor has often been undermined by many of us. In the modern day business environment where competition has taken a front seat, it becomes all the more necessary to find yourself a suitable mentor who will advice you and guide you through the maze of corporate warfare. Who is a Mentor? Sometimes, we tend … Read more

4 Ways to Improve Your Memory

Posted on 11:20 am, May 14, 2014 by


We certainly grow wiser as we grow older. Nevertheless, the risk of losing our grip on our memory is impending. Our memory is like a diary. It holds our past experiences and choices that define who we are. These experiences guide us as we move forward in life. The memories work like a base for our decision making processes. We … Read more

What Books are Leaders Reading?

Posted on 1:18 pm, May 5, 2014 by


Have you ever wondered what makes leaders pioneers in their area of business? What is it that sets them apart from the ordinary crowd? The answer is simple. Leaders are constant learners. They never let go of a single opportunity of discovering new knowledge. There are several ways through which one can learn. Listening to what others have to say, … Read more

Tips for saving time in the morning

Posted on 1:23 pm, April 3, 2014 by

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Many of us find getting out of the door in the mornings on time can seem like a constant battle. A recent study conducted by Today Show/AOL survey revealed that on average women spend 6.4 hours each week on their appearance. While, men spend a total of 4.5 hours a week getting ready to leave for work. Whether you are … Read more

How to effectively communicate with your team

Posted on 2:56 pm, January 9, 2014 by


It is an indisputable fact that this is an era of intense competition in the business space. Small businesses are also not immune to this trend. It is essential that the whole business team works together towards a consistent business goal. Let’s look at ways and means to bolster the leader’s communication with his/her team. 8 Ways of effective communication … Read more

9 Traits of Successful Entrepreneurs

Posted on 10:14 am, January 3, 2014 by


“Chase the vision, not the money, the money will end up following you.” —Tony Hsieh, Zappos CEO There are many entrepreneurs in the market today. But only a few succeed and fewer achieve enormous success. Every successful entrepreneur is different. However, they all share some important traits which contribute in great measures to their eventual success. We look at some … Read more

Improve Your Time Management

Posted on 7:00 am, December 9, 2013 by

Time is money, an old adage holds very true for new and established business owners. Time is a valuable asset which cannot be leveraged by paying more. In today’s economy, it is very unstable and many business owners are forced to work long hours to keep their business afloat. Whether it’s a startup business or an established one, owners should … Read more

Embrace Failure to be Successful

Posted on 10:57 am, August 12, 2013 by


Failure is a part of life and small business owners are no exception. Some of the greatest success stories emerged from spectacular failures. It is astonishing how many notable individuals and organizations have endured severe setbacks but remained positive. Risk taking is a good thing Most people are too cautious and don’t like taking risks. Only if you take risks … Read more