Cameron Herold shares his thoughts on kidpreneurship on TEDxEdmonton. Listen to what he is going to tell you about raising kids to become entrepreneurs.
If contacting blog owners for guest posting opportunities is important to your business, you’ll find the following tips very useful for upping your outreach game.
lacking a clear idea of what you are trying to achieve with your business website can actually have a negative impact and put off your customers.
A recent Harvard Business Review asked people what employee benefits would make them most likely to take a job.
We’ve all heard this saying before. Excuses make you look and act weak and are the biggest limiting factor to your success.
Tom Szaky knows a thing or two about bootstrapping a business. He tells us some solid tips about creating, funding and growing a business (in his case: using garbage as the key ingredient!)
Snapchat is THE way to go if you are targeting the young peeps as the potential consumers and clients of your business. How to use it in the right way?
The impending implications of not recycling our electronics are far-reaching, often misunderstood or ignored by people who just don’t care about recycling period. Sure, you might be driving up copper and silver prices (both of which are in all electronics) but eventually the well will run dry.
It’s the last week of 2015, and you may be busy preparing for the Year’s End celebration. But if you…
Gary Vaynerchuk talks about how the consumers changed over the decades and why marketers should be forward-thinking in responding to the changes.
Here is the real story of LEGO in the form of a short animated movie, created to celebrate the 80th anniversary of The LEGO Group. Super. Awesome.
Jim Rohn describes the mind as “being the gateway to your success.” We’re all guilty of using conscious or even unconscious negative incantations to belittle ourselves and limit our potential. The following positive affirmation video will help you to turn the tide on your negative brain.
Brown looks dirty and yellow looks too exciting. Orange is okay, though. When it comes to your business brand, colors do matter. A lot.