Here are some of the best articles we found for our Link Roundup For June, 2019:
Virgin founder Sir Richard Branson’s got a well-earned reputation for being the sort of swashbuckling character who never shies away from a risk. Which might lead you to think he’d advise would-be entrepreneurs to jump into new ventures with both feet, quitting their day jobs and going all in on their dreams.
But on his blog recently he actually said the opposite. You may have heard that a slow and steady approach is fatal to startups, but Branson reveals it worked for him (twice), and argues that keeping your day job is actually a better choice for most entrepreneurs. Read more here.
Finding the best time tracking app for Android can be a challenge. There are many choices out in the market to choose from so how do you know which one is best for your business?
When evaluating different mobile time clock apps, pricing is a major factor but you also need to look at the features the app supports and what other users say about the app (app reviews). For example, you may not need 100 options to track your employees’ hours but instead decide to go with a simpler, more affordable solution. You might also find that your employees own a smartphone (iPhone or Android) but they’re not tech-savvy, so the time it takes to get them on board and familiarized with the system might be a factor in deciding which app to use. Read more here.
You built your business on a dream, and then your dream crashed into reality. Obstacles. Haters. Bills. Customers who don’t want what you thought they wanted in the quantity you hoped.
Calling it quits isn’t your only option — it’s not necessarily your best one either. Rather, it may be time to pivot your business or persist in the face of opposition.
How can you tell when to pivot, persist, or pull the plug? If you’re facing this question right now, keep reading for answers that come from a guy who’s been there multiple times … and keeps going there to make sure his business is constantly growing stronger. Read more here.
Being a successful leader is what many managers aspire to be. They also develop good habits to reach their goals. They know to be successful those habits take time to form and it is a commitment.
We know some great leaders have good leadership skills such as being empathetic, inspiring, and great communicators.
But what habits do most successful leaders have in common?
They develop great morning routines
Many great leaders have successful morning routines added to their daily habits. Additionally, It is important to have a good structure in the morning to set the tone for the rest of the day. From getting up in the morning early to exercising or planning your day, a good morning routine is necessary for success. Productive leaders aren’t running out the door last minute. They have
GaryVee is an entrepreneurial celebrity. He is a rock star and leader of the digital marketing and social media industry. He created and scaled an empire from scratch.
The result? An inspirational success story. GaryVee is one of the most influential and motivating business Gurus of all time. However, his story is much more than a young man’s tale of luck. It’s also more than him taking over his father’s small-time wine shop and using digital marketing to skyrocket annual sales from $3M to $60M. Read more about GaryVee’s story here.
If you missed last month’s roundup, we had some great articles featured: