Meet Bobby Klinck, a guy who used to be your traditional ‘stuffy’ lawyer at the big firms and decided to change the game by rebranding his services through a solopreneur type of venture.
Whether you like it or not, at some point in your professional career or business you’ll need to start networking with people in order to get stuff done. Or, at least,
Meet Hossein Kasmai, the founder of Franchise Creator, a company that helps businesses partner up with hundreds of stores that sell their products and services all over the country. Hossein himself has learned franchising the hard way –
How to make your ideas spread? How to make masses of people talk about your product or service? Those are the questions that every marketer should ask themselves, and give honest answers.
Meet Tim Sanders, a former Chief Solutions Officer for Yahoo who’s written four bestselling books and has worked directly with Mark Cuban. Throughout his career, Tim has picked up a few pieces of invaluable advice on how to approach your goals and what separates successful professionals from the competition.
Let’s face it – most people want better lives. They want more money, better opportunities and prettier spouses. And there’s nothing wrong with it – seeking to be a top player is in our DNA.
Meet Yigal Adato, a successful entrepreneur and leadership coach. Yigal ran a very successful pawn shop for over 15 years only to realize he was completely miserable in his personal life and wasn’t really going anywhere in his business life.
So over the recent years the “Office vs. House” debate has somewhat shifted towards the “Office vs. Thai Beach” discussion. That being said, working from home is still a dream for many people who spend a lot of time in the office.
Meet Steve Lowisz, a rockstar HR specialist and CEO of Qualigence Group, a consortium of companies that ensure world’s top companies get and keep the best talent out there. Steve offers an analytical system that can each and every company absolutely must use in order to make sure they’re hiring the right people.
2018 is almost here, and I’m more excited than ever. Today, I wanted to share with you guys what I learned about productivity this year and how I’m going to use these lessons next year.