This Week in Business Strategies
May 28, 2019—To better assist shop owners with their production management, marketing tactics and leadership styles, Ratchet+Wrench has compiled a short list of essential business-building material from some of its favorite sources.
Great ideas can come when you least expect it--riding the train, cooking dinner, watering your plants.Here, Inc. tapped some of the CEOs of America's fastest growing companies to find out when and where they are when genius is most likely to strike.
How to Be More Confident in Conversation – Fast Company
People rarely feel comfortable diving into detail if the person they’re speaking with doesn’t sound confident and competent, regardless of whether they’re dealing with a high-level executive or simply a new coworker. Here are a few tips to speak with confidence.
12 Passive-Aggressive Phrases That Can Destroy Your Business – Entrepreneur
Passive-aggressive behavior is frustrating for both parties involved. It's unproductive and it makes you and others become less trusted in the workplace. Here’s 12 common passive-aggressive phrases and the true meaning behind them, so that next time you encounter them, you'll know how to proceed a little better and in a more productive manner.
All goals should start with “why.” Why do you want to lose weight? Why do you need to read more? Why do you think getting a new job will bring you happiness? Once a client answers the why question, ask it again. And again. Ask the question somewhere between three to five times (#brokenrecord), until we finally uncover what’s at the core.
Finding Mentors in Your Career – Darling Magazine
Pursuing a professional career can be a daunting task in itself, yet as women, you face additional challenges beyond school admissions, performance reviews, and job interviews. You must overcome the fears and expectations that we are not capable, within yourselves and also within the lingering ideas of our respective work subcultures; ideas women before you have fought to overcome.