Small business is hard – the isolation, the rejection and the weight of the risk that is on your shoulders to bear. But you’re not alone, even if you are literally alone.
Next time you’re thinking about delegating, ask yourself: Is this something I am uniquely suited to do? If not, be like the orb spider.
We live in a capitalist economy and that means people work for money. We managers know that, we are doing it ourselves. And yet, we feel entitled to mess with people’s lives every time we have a new job opening? Bullshit.
While the use of email tags like RE: and FWD: have fallen out of use, our behavior hasn’t changed. That’s an opportunity.
If I could give one thing to America, it would be a gift basket of words it has forgotten it ever had.
For many nonprofits, technology adoption isn’t hard. But are your tools just doing what they were built for, not getting the results that you need them to?
Bushwalk is such a gloriously Aussie word. While Americans vigorously hike and the English ramble or roam, Australians, mate, we just go for a walk, you know, in the bush.
There seems to be little argument that there is intelligent life out there, but perhaps the little green dudes are just not that into us.
We need to accept that a lean government isn’t a healthy one. What can we learn from the body shaming fight?
Great marketing campaigns show that you acknowledge and build on what your community is saying. Are you even listening?