Even after building two businesses, Nicole Verkindt is always learning more about prioritization and finding intrapreneurs to join her company
Category: People and Culture
When you’ve got a big product launch, you want your customers and prospects to pay attention. Prepare yourself with this checklist.
With any venture, the leader will walk a lonely road (at least to start). When you can’t afford more people or it’s not the right call, let process be your ally, colleague, and efficiency booster
Kelly Lovell is an entrepreneur on a mission, and to join that mission all she asks is that you have passion for her cause: empowering youth entrepreneurs. Everything else, she says, can be trained
Marketing is about listening to customers, being authentic, and testing
Pivots are necessary in business and sometimes that means letting valued team members go. Before this becomes a problem, invest in your culture and honesty with employees. If the time comes where they have to leave, at least you have the chance of leaving as friends
Erin Bury wears many hats (entrepreneur, investor, advisor, and more), but her career so far has been guided by one crucial question and two crucial women
Encouraging ownership is about offering transparency to employees, sticking to your word, and having a little fun along the way. It doesn’t need to cost much, but recognition and reward has to be baked into the process in order to sustain success
One of the best ways to build a business is to solve your own problems. The closer you are to the problem, the deeper and more passionately you will pursue the solution. That gives you the best possible chance of success.