The first time I ever heard a colleague say that he “swallows the frog” when he gets to work every morning, I knew (or at least suspected) that he was speaking metaphorically — unless there was a new breakfast trend that I was unaware of. Upon further inquiry, I learned that
“The spring wakes us, nurtures us and revitalizes us. How often does your spring come? If you are a prisoner of the calendar, it comes once a year. If you are creating authentic power, it comes frequently, or very frequently…” – Gary Zukav (author of four consecutive NY Times Best
The $450,000 Unpaid Interships: How to Properly Hire Interns, Without a Six-Figure Cost to Your Business
Warning: The following article contains graphic descriptions of extreme financial loss, stringent government penalties, and stressful, protracted litigation. Such material may not be suitable for some business owners. Reader discretion is advised…. As summer approaches, many small business owners look to the possibility of hiring unpaid interns – often students who are
After Reading This Article, Please Feel Free To Share Your Comments, Regarding: What Is Your Most Effective Approach To Networking? Perhaps you’re reading this article early in the morning – before your coffee has set in – and thinking, “did I read that title correctly?” Did the author just use the words
A Riddle for Tech Startup Founders & CEO’s: Why Did The Tech Startup Company Have an Employee Handbook?
Just the other night, I was at a networking event with a number of brilliant, creative owners and founders of tech startups. When I asked them why they chose a career in technology (designing apps, creating new software products, or taking high-tech music platforms to astounding heights), many told me