Being an entrepreneur is a dream for so many people. The truth is a lot of new businesses fail within the first three years. Chellie Mejia shares five key tips for planning a successful start to your entrepreneurial journey.
Spring is in the air and it also marks a good time to take a look a what is and isn’t working in your business. Work it Out columnist Chellie Mejia offers her advice on the importance of quarterly business reviews.
The best career advice that I can offer to anyone is to work where you feel happy, fulfilled, and respected, whether it’s working for a huge corporation or working for yourself off of your kitchen table.
What better way to explore the intricacies of skills like customer service, conflict management, presentation skills or other management issues than with roleplaying and improvisational activities that open people up to new ways of thinking and behaving?
More than any other factor, your image in business can directly affect your rate of success or failure in the business world, often before any qualitative evaluation of your skills and talents can even take place.