The Insider: Management

How to Successfully Manage a Remote Team

Personal advice on getting your remote team to run like a well-oiled machine -- spoiler alert! Coommunication is an undercurrent.

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Entrepreneurship As Art: What's Your Masterpiece?

It doesn't matter what industry you're in; every entrepreneur should aspire to be an artist. Louis Lautman share how to unlock entrepreneurial creativity.

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What's the Fastest Way to Get What You Want?

Knowing what you want is one thing; being able to ask for it is a completely different struggle that many have yet to conquer. Erica Nicole walks through steps necessary to ask for what you want—and actually get it too.

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How Customer Focus Can Create Lasting Startup Success

"The customer is always right," even if that means a startup must momentarily refuse business in order to restrategize for long-term success.

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Building Credibility with E-Commerce Customers You Can't See

Brick-and-mortar stores earn customers' trusts with cheerful greetings and eye-pleasing displays, but e-commerce businesses must work a lot harder. Here's Anthony Saladino's strategies for building credibility with customers that you can't even see.

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4 Tips for Picking the Right Startup Team

Consider these things for creating the right chemistry when building your startup team.

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4 Ways to Boost Profits and Grow in the Green

Profitability is one of the most important metrics in business. Here are some tips for measuring progress and keep your business on the path to sustainable growth.

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Pros and Cons of Starting an Internship Program

Hiring interns might be a good way to get the support you need to fuel your business growth. Here are eight things to consider.

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How to Transform Ideas for Good Into Impact

Use these seven strategies for getting over your fear and making your idea a reality.

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How to Build an Empire

How did Omar Soliman, CEO of COLLEGE HUNKS HAULING JUNK, build an empire? By empowering his employees to all act as CEOs.

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Why Assumptions and Ego Don't Make for a Good Business Model

When serial entrepreneur Logan Lenz let his expectations get the best of him, he made a mistake that taught him the value of humility.

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What to Do When A Client Demands an Unexpected Referral Fee

How to handle a disagreement with a client, without burning the bridge or feeling like a doormat.

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How to Make a Killer First Impression

Most people will make a snap judgement about you within a few seconds of meeting you. Keep these five things in mind to ensure your first impression is a good one.

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How to Identify Strategic Partners to Help Your Business Grow

Sometimes it makes more sense to partner with another business rather than expand your own too quickly. Here are 10 tips on identifying strategic partnerships.

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How to Build a Business Model Based on a Culture of Learning and Discovery

Brazen Careerist Co-Founder, Ryan Healy, discusses how he used the "lean startup" concept to foster a collaborative working environment within his company.

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How to Consider a Strategic Partnership

You can't just jump into a strategic partnership; here are 10 helpful hints on evaluating potential strategic partners.

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Embrace Change and Find Your Own Balance

David Adelman, founder of personal documentary company, Reel Tributes, discusses three of the most important lessons he learned during his early days in business.

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10 Valuable HR Lessons for Small-Business Owners

From company culture to the importance of employee handbooks, YECers share their most valuable HR lessons.

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Is Your Business Ready for a Growth Spurt?

Five tips for developing a solid plan and infrastructure that enable your business to grow and thrive.

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Why You Need That Client Agreement in Writing

After having her first face-off with a dissatisfied client, freelance writer and editorial consultant Thursday Bram decided she'd never let a client push her around again.

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