Here comes another story. Of course. This one may be like one or more you have experienced in your company. It is a story about focus upon the customer, first. And about reinforcing the culture of the company in support of that important focus by senior management, and by all employees who see that leadership […] The post Have You Been Celebrating Each Victory? appeared first on SmallBizClub.
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The way in which we work has seen a shift over the past few years. With the internet bringing us endless opportunities many have decided to shun the traditional 9-5 in favor of a more flexible working routine. Whether you’ve decided to go down the freelance route, set-up your own business or work flexi-time, there’s […] The post Can You Earn a Living from Multi-Level Marketing? appeared first on SmallBizClub.
It is a 3-step process to get people to take action: Inspiration Being inspired is seeing the big picture. It is the excitement and passion. A person must believe that it is possible for them to achieve. The inspiration usually comes from outside of self. Seeing others who have achieved success in the same situation […] The post How to Motivate People to Action appeared first on SmallBizClub.
By Kimi Clark Work-at-home moms have the best of both worlds, right? We get to earn an income while staying home with our kids. But staying motivated while balancing work life and family life is no easy task. Just like achieving work-life balance requires boundary setting and eliminating distractions, staying motivated as a work-at-home mom entails […] The post 5 Ways to Stay Motivated as a Work-at-Home Mom appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.
Breakthrough innovation is the dream of every entrepreneur, but it’s still a scarce commodity. Selecting and nurturing people who are likely to help you in this regard is an even more elusive capability, and one that every angel investor, like myself, wishes he could get a lock on. In fact, every manager and business owner […] The post 6 Ways to Incent Breakthrough Innovation in Your Team appeared first on SmallBizClub.
Working out takes perseverance, dedication, and strength. The same can be said about running a small business. In fact, the two have many commonalities. If you’re looking to meet your business goals and achieve a certain level of fitness in your life, use the following motivation tips at both the gym and the office to […] The post Follow These 3 Motivation Tips for Health AND Business Fitness appeared first on SmallBizClub.
Are you a morning person? I don’t think there’s any doubt that productive mornings are a recurring theme among the most successful individuals, so I always like to read recommendations about ways to squeeze the most productivity out of my mornings. That’s why Benjamin P. Hardy’s Medium article, 8 Things Every Person Should Do before 8 a.m., caught […] The post How to Fill Your Tanks to Propel You Through the Day appeared first on SmallBizClub.
The margin of difference between being a good business owner and a great business owner is often very slim. As a result, crossing that threshold tends to be fairly simple. One excellent step you can take is to improve the dynamic between you, the employer, and your crew of valued employees. Motivating your team to succeed and […] The post 4 Ways to Motivate Employee Success appeared first on SmallBizClub. Powered by WPeMatico
Have you lost your motivation for writing, marketing, and freelancing? Tell me why and win a coaching session. That’s how we’re going to celebrate Valentine’s Day around here. I hear from a lot of capable writers who are scraping by, too often writing for content mills and low-paying clients. It doesn’t take long for those kinds of gigs to become exhausting, stifle creativity, and leave you feeling drained and unmotivated. Been there? Done that? Maybe it’s your reality right now. Writer’s block. Lack of motivation. Feeling stuck. Those issues come up a lot in coaching sessions I do with writers, in the Freelance Writers Den forums, and countless emails I get from people who are trying to figure out how to make a living writing. And it’s not just newbies. Even veteran writers can hit a dry spell, lose focus and motivation, or have anchor clients disappear overnight and wonder if it’s time to go back to a J-O-B. Want to win a coaching session to get back on track? Here’s what you need to do: Contest rules: Enter to win a coaching session Shake off that lack-of-motivation-to-write feeling long enough to enter this contest for a coaching session, so I can help you out. Here are the contest rules: Leave a comment at the end of this post, on Facebook, or LinkedIn (yes, we’re turning comments back on just for this, through Feb. 17.). Tell me what’s going on and why you think you’ve lost motivation to write. Once the comment period closes, my team and I will sift through the responses and choose three winners for the following: 1 – 40-minute coaching session 2 – 20-minute coaching sessions Winners will be announced at the end of Sunday’s blog post (Feb. 18). Then I’ll book the coaching sessions with each of the winners at a time that works for each of us. When a writer needs help… One of the worst things you can do when you’re feeling stuck and unmotivated is sit there all by your lonesome and fixate on all the things that are going wrong with your freelance…