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Leadership & Career Development, Management

How To Launch Your Dream Freelance Project Management Career

January 30, 2023

Via: The Digital Project Manager

When I first started thinking about freelancing as a digital project manager, I searched online for every freelancing guide I could find. Most guides highlighted the importance of proper financial management, legal considerations, and client management—but I was looking for […]


Leadership & Career Development, Management

How To Run A More Effective Stand-Up Meeting: 6 Expert Tips

November 29, 2022

Via: The Digital Project Manager

If you’re like most project managers or Scrum masters, you’ve probably found that daily stand-ups can be a helpful way to keep your team on track. You likely have set a meeting on your team’s calendar for 30 minutes to […]


Management, Proposal Management

How to Spot a Bad Client as a Freelancer: 8 Red Flags to Watch For

February 11, 2021

Via: Business 2 Community

Bad clients are expensive. It’s weird to think about, since the whole point of a client is that they pay you, not the other way around. But a bad client actually costs you money. This article is about how to […]


Management, Proposal Management

How to Modernize Learning and Development for Your Team

April 26, 2019

Via: Entrepreneur

If you suspect that your company’s employee learning processes are outdated, you’re probably right. In fact, employee engagement platform Glint and its parent company, LinkedIn, are betting on it. The brainchild of Jim Barnett, Glint resolves to use real-time KPI […]


Management, Strategy & Planning

How to Defend Yourself Against Entrepreneurial Stress

June 29, 2016

Via: Fortune

The smartest business owners—or at least the most resilient—know a thing or two about anxiety. They know how to deal with it, how to work around it and, ideally, how to shrink it down to manageable levels. It’s a critical […]


Marketing, Sales Experience

How to create PowerPoint presentations that will actually impress

May 19, 2016

Via: Jacob Myers

Let’s face it – most people still don’t master the art of creating a decent PowerPoint presentation. We’ve all seen our fair share of bad presentations that either had too much content, or just looked terrible, making them hard to […]


Legal

7 Tips to Build a Business While Working a Day Job

January 20, 2016

Via: Entrepreneur

Many people dream of leaving their nine-to-five jobs to start their own businesses. Many successful entrepreneurs had to keep their day jobs until they reached a point in their businesses when it was feasible to quit. This transition time can be stressful […]


Marketing, Sales Experience

Use Your Marketing Data to Fuel Your Ascent to Thought Leadership

January 20, 2016

Via: Entrepreneur

Good marketers collect a lot of data. From activity on your website to feedback from current clients to industry trends, your marketing team gathers a solid amount of information — and probably uses it to guide decision-making. But if you […]


Finance

Here’s how to hedge your portfolio for less than $5

December 16, 2015

Via: CNBC

Volatility continued to surge Monday following a tumultuous week for the markets. The CBOE Volatility index, otherwise referred to as the VIX is now trading above 25, its highest level since late September–this as the S&P 500, Dow Jones industrial […]