Last year sure got under people’s skin, didn’t it? I think this is the first time in it’s 127-year history that the Wall Street Journal actually published a guide – no kidding – to “night spots…throwing parties to capitalize on widespread bitterness about 2016.” While losing Mohammad Ali and David Bowie certainly means 2016 had it’s downside, let others search for reasons to be “bitter.”
No one—not rock stars, not professional athletes, not software billionaires, and not even geniuses — ever makes it alone.
― Malcolm Gladwell, Outliers
Working with new people is one of my favorite things about starting a company. Watching your crew engage with your vision is a beautiful thing. I love it w
It’s possible that I spend too much time thinking about how to improve business so it benefits everyone.
There is nearly 11 times more business to business organizations with automation than there were in early 2011. Why?
Businesses are finding new innovative ways in which they can cut down on costs associated to poor productivity. In a recent study by Business Insider, it was found that your company could be losing up to $3,156 per employee due to issues related to poor productivity.
Did you know 87% of the terms sales and marketing use to describe each other are negative?
So how can we embrace each other’s differences to increase customer acquisition together?
Over the past couple of months, our marketing and sales teams have grown significantly across both offices in the northern and southern hemisphere.
Great companies have a vision of where they want to go. And they share it so everyone in the company not only knows the vision, but also buys into it.
Over the course of the economic recovery we’ve been expanding RESULTS.com in North America at double-digit rates, and that’s put us in a unique position to watch a fundamental change in the way people relate to work.
It has a lot to do with the Millennials coming into the workforce, but it’s not just them.
Ignoring transparency in business is radically silly.
Transparency is something most people value, whether it’s in business, politics or with personal relationships. Unfortunately, in many cases, the word transparency is used as little more than a buzzword.