When you work with a product or provide a service on a regular basis, you begin to forget what it's like not working with the product or providing the service. This is essentially the curse of knowledge. Here's what you can do to stop it from plaguing your business.
I’m a single mom and workaholic, but I’m also a life-aholic. I’m not a regular 20-something who can sacrifice by living off of ramen and chips in a studio apartment to pursue her dreams. My day job gives me the stability and peace of mind to be the best mom I can be right now, so I’m stayin’! In the nooks and crannies of my 9-5, and during my commute, here’s what I do to maximize my time.
Every once in a while, I get a little down on myself and start questioning my significance, but I've come up with a few ways to combat these slumps and funks. Here are the 7 things I do when I feel like giving up.
Marketing to Millennials: If you want to ensure your business’s future success, you need to look to the future generation that will be powering purchasing decisions. And that generation is the millennials...