How Your Youth Can Be Your Biggest Business Asset of All

How Your Youth Can Be Your Biggest Business Asset of All

The blog states, “When you have no knowledge of the boundaries that exist, you’re able to think bigger; you’re able to be truly and genuinely audacious.”

Being young is a benefit in itself, you’re creativity and worldview is wider, which makes you more irreplaceable and important in the business world.

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The True Secret to Business Success

The True Secret to Business Success

This blog post gives you a checklists with five tasks to consider for yourself and your plans. They include: 

1. Refine your decision-making abilities

2. Use the 10-10-10 test

3. Fill your information gaps

4. Be grateful

5. Trust yourself

 
Follow these tasks and this website promises you will succeed. It states that there’s one thing all successful entrepreneurs share: RESILIENCE. Following these five tasks will give you resilience and will make you succeed. 
 
 
 

Career Success: Just 50 Cups of Coffee Away

Career Success: Just 50 Cups of Coffee Away

We owe it to ourselves to have 50 cups of coffee with different people to get their input on your plans. This is a smart thing to do because not only are you forced to think about the big decision you’re going to make thoroughly, you run it by 50 intelligent and interesting people with different viewpoints and opinions. 

BRAND ENDEARMENT: RETURN THE HIGH-FIVE

BRAND ENDEARMENT: RETURN THE HIGH-FIVE

Scott Stratten talk about brand endearment and what it means. He uses a great example to start off the topic and does a good job at explaining why companies need to respond to customers always, whether is positive or negative feedback. He also highlights the importance of companies knowing that is being said about them online, they need to keep up with this.

WHY TWEETS ABOUT OBESE DOCTORS ARE NEVER YOUR OWN

WHY TWEETS ABOUT OBESE DOCTORS ARE NEVER YOUR OWN

The most dangerous thing you can say on a social media site is that all of your posts are your own.  That means that whatever you post can be used against you specifically. Many companies make it a policy that if you’re gonna use social media you have to use a disclaimer to make sure it’s clear that the company isn’t paying you or influencing you to post something to promote them.