Sat.Nov 21, 2020 - Fri.Nov 27, 2020

Learn to Say No to Alternatives

Dumb Little Man

We all know about how a class of calligraphy became the ground of innovation for Steve Jobs , who introduced the ‘first computer with beautiful typography’ to humanity. Or, how while walking, Nikola Tesla got the breakthrough idea of a brushless AC motor.

2020 216

How automation can help Assistants

Practically Perfect PA

How automation can help Assistants When you’re an Assistant and wearing lots of hats, juggling different tasks, clients and struggling with an overflowing to-do list it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Being organised is key, and using technology makes it much easier to keep on top of things.

2020 142
Insiders

Sign Up for our Newsletter

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Keep Your House Clean Without Marathon Sessions

Simple Productivity Blog

My mother was a stay-at-home mom. Her cleaning system wasn't going to work for me as a working mom. But the one system that seemed to work stopped working when we moved into a bigger space. Here's how I stopped doing marathon cleaning sessions and got it under control.

2020 130

A Small Business Guide to Surviving a Covid Christmas

Small Business CEO

It should come as no surprise that Christmas will be different this year. From office parties to celebrating the special day with your loved ones, everything is likely to be unfamiliar with festivities adapting to social distancing rules amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

2020 74

Three Anxiety-Relief Tools for Those Who’ve Tried Everything

Dumb Little Man

For most of my clients, I’m typically the last resort. They’ve tried everything, they tell me. Therapy. Meditation. Nothing seems to break up their anxiety. So that’s when they come to me. I’m a consulting hypnotist, and I specialize in anxiety relief.

2020 184

3 Services to Contract for Your Business

Jen Lawrence

One of the biggest mistakes a business owner can make is believing they can do it all. While entrepreneurs can (and often do) wear a lot of hats, there are great risks in believing and attempting to run your business by yourself.

2020 52

Double-Parking, Straddle, and To Seek Out

Daily Writing Tips

I find language fodder everywhere. This post was prompted by a Facebook video clip. Situation. A woman is loading her groceries. The woman’s car is barely over the painted line on her left. A red car has parked as closely as possible to her driver’s side.

2020 68

More Trending

15 Holiday Marketing Tips for Small and Big Businesses

Dumb Little Man

How prepared are you for the holiday sales? Since October, holiday shopping has brought in billions after billions of dollars in revenue. Just recently between Nov. 1 and Nov.

2020 181

What You Need to Know Now About Remote Interviews

45 Things

I've given advice in the past about being a good detective when you're interviewing for a job.

2020 56

Ranking the Best Original RPG Soundtracks

Dumb Little Man

When you’re playing a role-playing game, you often seek to be immersed in its world. Apart from seeing all the wonderful sights, one of the core elements in many RPGs is their soundtrack. To say that there have been tons of RPGs that have epic soundtracks on them is an understatement.

2020 172

7 Best Ways to Stay Motivated as a Small Business Owner

Small Business CEO

Owning and running a business is tough, no doubt about that. The challenges are more as a small business owner because you are yet to figure things out. And, you are yet to have a fully functional team and standardized processes in place.

2020 66

Six Habits To Help You Overcome Debt

Small Business CEO

If only getting out of debt was as quick and easy as getting into debt. Unfortunately, working your way out of debt requires patience, determination, and some hard work.

2020 67

How to Sell a Business Effectively

Small Business CEO

Most entrepreneurs get into the game because they love the idea of running their own business. They like to be in charge. They love their team members. They even love the industry they’re in. But sooner or later, you’ll need to put together an exit strategy—and that often means selling your business.

2020 65

Best SaaS Affiliate Programs 2020

Small Business CEO

It’s the 21st century. The world has morphed from a global village to one global marketplace. These days, we are constantly buying and selling goods and services outside of physical stalls. You mostly need a mobile or a laptop, and a good network service provider to even do any form of commerce.

2020 62

Tips for Launching a Health E-Commerce Business in 2021

Small Business CEO

According to statistical data provided by The Pew Research Center, as of 2019, 90% of Americans use the Internet to shop, connect with their family members and friends, receive news, and gather information.

2021 62

Before the Office: A Guide to Getting Your SME Off the Ground

Small Business CEO

The early days of starting a business can be a very exciting time for entrepreneurs. With so many possibilities just lurking on the horizon, it is not uncommon for beginners to find the start of their entrepreneurial journey somewhat daunting at the same time.

2020 60

How to Win with Debt Relief Programs

Small Business CEO

If the word “debt” gives you an uneasy feeling, it’s time to do something about it. No one should have to live with that pit in the bottom of their stomach. So what can you do if you’re drowning in debt? Here’s how to win with debt relief programs. Talk to a Credit Counselor.

2020 60

How to Enhance Your Squarespace Site

Small Business CEO

Ever since it was released back in January 2004, Squarespace has helped thousands of people and their websites thrive. This platform can also help you get your feet off the ground, but if this is your first time, you may not know how to design your website.

2020 57

How Seasonal Shopping Events have Changed Loyalty Programs

Small Business CEO

Shopping has changed almost beyond recognition over the last few decades. Increasingly, shoppers don’t jump in the car to get those must-have Christmas presents; they instead open up a browser window. And this trend has only been accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic.

2020 57

Compelling Situations That Mandate the Need for an Employment Lawyer

Small Business CEO

Regardless of the relationship you share with your employer, remember that at the end of the day it is a business transaction. As such, it’s crucial to make sure you secure your rights. An employment attorney can be helpful in many tricky workplace situations.

2020 56

Why Visual Content Is So Important for Your Content Marketing Strategy

Small Business CEO

For more than a decade, content marketing has been one of the most popular online marketing strategies. It’s useful for its accessibility, its high return on investment (ROI), and its penchant for long-term development.

2020 56