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Category: Proposal Management


Management, Proposal Management

Here’s How My Biggest Business Failure Improved My Leadership Skills

January 18, 2019

Via: Entrepreneur

There’s a lot you can learn when your business fails — despite it being a devastating experience. Whether it helped you realize the importance of a support system, or validating your idea or helping you sustain a long-term goal, there’s […]


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How Being Vulnerable Can Make You a Stronger Business Leader

January 11, 2019

Via: Entrepreneur

“Every entrepreneur is in that fetal position when they’re away from their company too many times. Someone who can rise from that is what a real leader is,” Jerry Henley, CEO of Rubicon Capital, told me when we spoke recently. […]


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How to Leverage Your Skills to Start a Side Business

January 9, 2019

Via: Entrepreneur

According to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2016 report, more than 25 million Americans have initiated entrepreneurial ventures. Being an entrepreneur is synonymous with being a risk taker, and one of the best ways to minimize this risk is by starting […]


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How to Listen to Your Employees Better so You Can Improve Your Business

January 4, 2019

Via: Entrepreneur

Years ago, I was in a business where we were shipping product constantly to get things out on time: “Get the stuff out the door so we can make revenue and meet our quotas now.” With our Operational Excellence seemingly […]


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Follow These 3 Tips to Keep Bad Habits From Destroying Your Business

January 2, 2019

Via: Entrepreneur

One of the main reasons so many businesses fail isn’t because they don’t follow the right formula; it’s because they don’t focus on what not to do. Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, for instance, checked all the boxes for running […]


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When to Cut Ties With a Longtime Employee

December 28, 2018

Via: Entrepreneur

Startup culture is all about disruption. It’s perfectly normal for one person to work two or even three jobs within a year, bouncing from one organization to another in the hope of finding the right fit. It is hard when […]


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Involving Your Kids in Your Business Is a Good Idea. Here’s How to Do It

December 20, 2018

Via: Entrepreneur

As an entrepreneur, one of the best things you can do is introduce your kids to your business. Getting your children involved in your business will have benefits beyond giving you something to share or simply allowing you to see […]


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32% of Your Millennial Employees Work in the Bathroom – and it’s NOT a Good Thing

December 11, 2018

Via: Small Business Trends

That is a sign your employees are working too hard? And while this might sound like a nice problem for a small business owner to have, a new study shows that millennials tend to be workaholics — a tendency that […]


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Influencer Marketing and Crisis Management: Perfect Combination in a Storm – 7 Facts to Consider

December 7, 2018

Via: Business 2 Community

What do Influencer Marketing and Crisis Management have in common? Not a lot. Crisis Management is as old as the hills. It tends to be dominated by traditional corporate communications agencies or specialist crisis communications ones. Given its maturity, there […]


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7 Ways to Recover After a Reputation Crisis

December 6, 2018

Via: Entrepreneur

Several times a week, I receive an urgent email along these lines: “I think I need to hire you. Google my name and you’ll see why.” These individuals’ financial and legal representatives are struggling to help them repair damage to […]