Monthly Archives: August 2013

Working From Home

Earlier this year Marissa Mayer of Yahoo put an end to all employees working from home. She gave them four months to either figure out a plan to work at the office or quit. While it sparked some serious controversy … Continue reading

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What If You Were Fired Tomorrow?

As you go to bed tonight you begin to think about your pending Monday. You know you have a 10am staff meeting, a lunch with the one account that you would love to cancel and a 4pm meeting to discuss … Continue reading

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Why Failure Is Important

Failure is the number one reason that we are able to find success and grow. Without failure we would never learn from the mistakes we have made and the ideas for better products, faster services and stronger quality control wouldn’t … Continue reading

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You May Want To Start Doing This

Sometimes I wonder if people set up a delayed email to be sent late at night so we all think they are working. It works though because it always impresses me!

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The Paranoid Employee

When I started this post earlier my initial thoughts were to write about the negative employee on staff.  I realized that as I continued to write, I kept referring to the negative employee as the paranoid employee.  While you can … Continue reading

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Office Space

If your company is ever going through an odd time, please do yourself a favor and watch Office Space. Every line in this movie will ring true with you and you will have a whole new understanding for TPS Reports, … Continue reading

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Your Talent Pool

If you were forced to hire someone today, would you be able to hire a top level candidate? Assuming money wasn’t the issue, do you have the resumes and contacts to bring in the next best employee to help drive … Continue reading

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