Starting A Business On the Side: What Should Be Your Priority?

Starting a business is often idealized in movies and modern television.

In order to run your own business, you do not need to sit in an empty apartment with boxes of takeout food! In fact, most entrepreneurs are between 45 and 54 years old, according to a Kauffman Foundation study.

What’s more, these people do not invest everything they have in life into their business. As a matter of fact, this is usually something you do on the side – as a second career. Even better – you can do this too!

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Why Time Is a Startup’s Most Valuable Resource

The startup life – an exhilarating race to build the next groundbreaking product.

Startups teams are under a lot of pressure to beat competition. Standing out from the crowd comes with a lot of (not just monetary) costs.

In the fast-paced startup environments, being able to do great things with little time and resources is a skill that’s hard to learn.

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6 Strategies for Building a High-Performing (and Happy) Customer Service Team

Truth is, your customer service is what can make or break your business

With 49% of consumers switching companies due to poor customer support, it’s clear that if your customers won’t become your priority, running a profitable business could be a struggle.

That’s why building a high-performing and engaged team of support heroes forms the foundation of your company’s success, especially if you operate remotely.

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