How to Find Your Niche and Own It in 3 Simple Steps

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur the contributors are theirs. When I started my marketing agency, I had to make a lot of choices about what services I could offer. I found that the most difficult part was not choosing which services to offer, but which ones. not offer. It was quite easy to start with a … Read more

How to Create a 3-Step Leadership Development Framework

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur the contributors are theirs. Answering this simple question can change your business forever: what does it mean to be a leader in your organization? As a leadership coach and trainer, I am often asked, “What is the best leadership training for my organization?” My answer is always: “What change do you … Read more

Disney changes fan-favorite perks, free parking at hotels

After numerous complaints about rising prices and seemingly diminished perks at Disney parks and resorts, the company is making a few concessions under its new management. Courtesy company.Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary Celebrations On Tuesday, Disney’s President of Parks, Experiences and Products, Josh D’Amaro, wrote a note to staff saying he’s “at the parks quite … Read more

5 best practice tips for onboarding remote employees

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur the contributors are theirs. Few companies pay enough attention to employee onboarding – according to a recent Gallup survey, only 12% of employees think their company does it well. And it’s clear that effective onboarding is crucial to business productivity and employee retention: successful onboarding can improve employee performance by up … Read more

Once a skeptic, Elon Musk is now embracing this divisive workplace policy — and you should too.

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur the contributors are theirs. As part of ongoing cost-cutting measures under new owner and CEO Elon Musk, Twitter is closing its Seattle offices and asking employees to work remotely. This is despite Musk pretend earlier that remote workers are only “pretending to work” and banning remote work on Twitter as soon … Read more

3 Easy New Year’s Resolutions Every Business Owner Should Make in 2023

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur the contributors are theirs. New Year’s resolutions are a bit of a joke these days. Let’s be honest. To the point that breaking them seems normal for the course. Only 9-12% of the 41% of Americans who make resolutions in the first place keep them. As business owners, we also face … Read more

5 reasons why canceling meetings is a bad idea for startups

Creativity and collaboration are enhanced when you bring the right people together in a meeting. Getty Shopify’s decision to cancel all meetings with more than two employees has drawn widespread comment over the past 48 hours. It’s an interesting move that Shopify says will result in the removal of over 10,000 calendar events each year. … Read more

Ted Lasso can teach you more than a $200,000 business degree

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur the contributors are theirs. So forget Harvard Business School. You already have everything you need with this inspirational figurine! If Ted doesn’t do it for you, you can always find experienced contractors through Intro. Here are 10 lessons you can learn from Ted Lasso: 1. Believe in yourself. College football to … Read more

5 Invaluable Lessons for New Entrepreneurs

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur the contributors are theirs. The road to entrepreneurship isn’t as glamorous as portrayed on the #entrepreneur side of Instagram. The formula for success does not contain jets or fancy clothes or cars, but rather a ton of courage and belief. Growing a company from a team of two to 30 people … Read more