Entrepreneur

25 Jun 19
Marketing & Promotions Blog

Nothing was going right at the plate for Dave Concepcion, the shortstop for the Cincinnati Reds. About a month into the 1976 season, he was suffering a hitting slump, a plague of physical and mental anguish that had frittered away his batting average to around .150. The Reds were in Chicago, where the Cubs had […]

25 Jun 19
The Blogging of Lang 077

Tired with the vacant storefronts peppering their community’s primary drag, people in Clinton, Ont. Initially designed for https://commercialleasenegotiator.cabanova.com &D, the Discovery Labs co-working school leverages the buildings’ high ceilings, comprehensive facilities as well as in-place laboratories to develop office that promotes imagination while leveraging innovation, the business keeps in mind. . How to get started […]

25 Jun 19
The Australian

Nine Entertainment may be forced to substantially write down the value of its New Zealand print assets, with suitors now known to have offered less than $50 million for the operations.

25 Jun 19
Cognizance

A resume describes your critical skills in a way that compels a hiring manager to want to meet you. That is a resume’s sole purpose. And make no mistake: Writing a resume is an art. Today each corporate job opening attracts 250 resumes on average, and somehow yours will need to rise above the competition. […]

25 Jun 19
The Australian

The University of Queensland is the first university in Australia to adopt a fundraising practice pioneered in the US — asking up-and-coming entrepreneurs to commit in advance to making a donation when they become successful.

25 Jun 19
mukeshbalani.com

mukeshbalani.com | “You heard it here first…if you haven’t already heard it elsewhere”… 20 Critical Skills to Include on Your Resume (For All Types of Jobs) A resume describes your critical skills in a way that compels a hiring manager to want to meet you. That is a resume’s sole purpose. And make no mistake: […]

25 Jun 19
Mondoweiss

From a cooking gas shop to a women’s collective making toys from recyclables, meet Gaza’s entrepreneurs who are adapting to a crumbling environment that the UN says will become “unliveable,” in less than a year.

25 Jun 19
Middle East Affairs

Late June saw the leading scientific journal, Science, publish an article ranking a sample of 40 countries in civic honesty, where people voluntarily refrain from opportunistic behavior. Worryingly for Arab and Islamic countries, they dominated the lowest positions in the rankings, while the highest positions were reserved for the countries with the highest living standards. While […]

25 Jun 19
IdeaMensch

Utilizing the experiences and intellect others will transform an idea into action much more quickly that trying to do it yourself alone.   Dr. Jude Fabiano is a dental professional with over four decades of experience. Throughout his career in the Greater Buffalo area, Dr. Fabiano has established himself as a respected authority on the […]

25 Jun 19
BCNN1 WP

The men arrived in twos and threes, Crips and Bloods, young and middle-aged, gathering around a picnic table in a Compton park to confront their sworn enemies. After two hours of negotiations on a chilly, overcast Saturday in April, they came to an agreement — not a truce, exactly, but a tentative cease-fire. The losses […]

25 Jun 19
IdeaMensch

Consistency. You can’t be all things to all people, and you can’t be hot one day and cold another. In this business, the tortoise wins the race.   Jason Cohen is a third-generation real estate investor and entrepreneur from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For over a decade, he has steadily grown as an expert in the local […]

25 Jun 19
Points: The Blog of the Alcohol & Drugs History Society

Editor’s Note: Today’s post comes from Dr. Stefano Tijerina, a lecturer in management and the Chris Kobrack Research Fellow in Canandian Business History at the University’s of Maine’s Business School.  In January 1968 the Winnipeg Free Press reported that marijuana was “the biggest mass floating of the law since prohibition.”[1]  Back then the urban myth […]

25 Jun 19
Self Publishing Advisor

And now for the news! Some highlights from this month in the world of self-publishing! I Want to Write a Book. Where Do I Start? It’s always something of a special moment when a big entrepreneurial website—in this case Inc.com—picks up on the role of publishing in building a personal brand and in sharing ideas, and […]

25 Jun 19
Hyperallergic

A new app offers anyone with a basic income the ability to purchase artworks worth up to $50,000 in installments.

25 Jun 19
Reflections from a Coach

To Do List (Leading Well Reflections)  #sol19 June 24, 2019 I read an article yesterday about publishing your To-Do-List on Instagram.  It was by a social media expert #notme and a self-made entrepreneur #alsonotme, but as many things I read it started me thinking about public agendas.  Her points were as I interpret them were that many […]

25 Jun 19
Matthews' Blog

Emma Moran Oct 5, 2018 I love predictability and familiarity. So when I started my graphic design business, the number of unknown factors that could affect my success was overwhelming. It pained me to think about sacrificing my stable monthly income, but I had a deep, unrelenting desire to venture out on my own. I […]