Mon.Jun 03, 2019

How to Position Yourself for Management (Free Webinar)

Eat Your Career

Join us for this month’s free webinar on the topic of “How to Position Yourself for Management.”. Let’s be honest: Management isn’t for everyone. It takes a specific set of skills to be a great manager, and some people just don’t have what it takes. Others certainly can do it, but they’d rather not.

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Do You Need an MBA to be Successful in Business?

Dumb Little Man

Having a successful business does not have a sure shot recipe. What it does have is a consistent set of ingredients. All you need is to eyeball the quantity based on your requirements. Some must-haves to start a business are: Powerful idea.

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Online Technology Recommendations from a Geek Girl

Tips From T. Marie

Even though I’ve rolled my Girly Girl Geek WordPress Website services back underneath the Clerical Advantage banner, it doesn’t mean I’ve lost my geek girl status. On the contrary, my own name is probably as easily recognized as synonymous for geek as the girly girl geek moniker was.

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Incredible Little-Known Canva Hacks That Will Surely Surprise You

Dumb Little Man

If you are a startup struggling to establish your brand’s identity, visual communication skills might just be your greatest asset for success.

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Fiverr Going Public

Small Business Labs

Despite choppy equity markets, gig economy companies continue to go public.    Next up is the online talent marketplace Fiverr , which filed their IPO prospectus a few weeks ago.

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Attending an Assistant industry event? Best to be prepared!

Practically Perfect PA

If you are going to attend an Assistant industry conference, you will get much more value if you spend a little bit of time preparing correctly for the event. We all know this, and yet all too often an event pops up on our calendar for the next day, and we think, is this tomorrow […].

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Research: Why Workplace Competitions Often Backfire

On The Job

How many times have you visited a business and seen a list of employee names, followed by a series of check marks or numbers? I've seen it many times, usually signifying some sort of "competition" between employees, such as upselling to customers.

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