Today’s top business and leadership books have received an outpouring of love and devotion from entrepreneurs across the world. After reading them myself, I couldn’t help but feel like they were all missing… something. A KEY factor that I, as someone highly experienced and educated in organizational development/leadership/project management, have personally seen move the needle in startups, corporations, and small businesses.
Let me share this secret ingredient with you, so you can make books like Traction, Clockwork, and Rocket Fuel ACTUALLY work.
You mean business, and you want your business to be here in the long run. That’s why today I’m asking you to leave the DIY to your interior design projects and crafts with the kids.
I’m going over the TOP 8 reasons why doing everything yourself is hindering, NOT helping, your business success! Read on for some tips and advice on how you can scale your business (and free up your life) so you can focus on what’s important.
Thinking about hiring? Finding your next team member shouldn’t be a perilous process.
But- I’ve seen MANY successful and intelligent business owners turn it into one.And I’ve pinpointed exactly why their process didn’t get them that perfect VA, marketing assistant, or integrator.
I’ve seen their frustration when it comes to trying to train, fix mistakes, and (ultimately) fire disappointing hires.
After seeing business owners do these things over and over, wasting their hard-earned cash and limited time, I decided that I needed to reveal the pitfalls when it comes to hiring team members so you can find that dream hire- without all the tears. This blog post covers the 3 mistakes I see purpose-driven, hard-working entrepreneurs like you make.
Welcome to PART 3 of our Day in the Life with a Team Member Series! Today we talk to Kate Dramis- she's a conversion copywriting expert (and brand coach) who is here to answer some FAQs that entrepreneurs often have when it comes to copywriting services.
Some of the questions include, “What are the top 3 qualities you should look for when you hire a copywriter?”, “How do you find a copywriter who can capture and write in your voice?”, and “What does the process of working with a copywriter look like?”.
If you've ever considered hiring someone for copywriting work (or maybe you're just thinking about it now), this interview will help answer any big questions you may have while giving you some insight into the process of working with a copywriter. Don’t have time to watch the video? We’ve transcribed it for you below!
If you’ve landed here, you’re probably considering whether or not to hop on the personality test train with the many companies already doing so. Is it helpful? Is it ethical? How do actually use the test results when hiring a new employee?
You have questions. Luckily for you, we’ve got research, answers, AND a testimony from someone with a lot of experience in using personality tests to hire! Let’s dive in.
I steadily gained a greater understanding and appreciation of what the company does, and my role in the company became clearer. I grew more excited about the ways I could contribute to the company, and was able to visualize the growth I’d be able to achieve in line with the projected future plans.
Onboarding a new employee with this method can feel lengthy. It’s not as simple as giving them a handbook, their email login information, and a list of tasks. Trust us when we say that the benefits of using this technique with your next hire will far outweigh the cost.