The Questions Entrepreneurs Need To Ask To Succeed

Many entrepreneurs fall into the same cycle. Working their fingers to the bone just to keep their heads above water. No exercise, no healthy food and no time for their family. If this sounds like you, then you are indeed in the trap.

CHASING YOUR TAIL

Popular entrepreneur and author Barry Moltz coined a phrase to describe these tendencies: the Double Helix Trap.

Disposing of Your Mobile Device

Mobile devices, such as smartphones, smart watches, and tablets, continue to advance and innovate at an astonishing rate. As a result, some people replace their mo-bile devices as frequently as every year. Unfortunately, people often do not realize how much personal data is on these devices.

Another Awesome App: Waze

Summer is here which means lots of travel for some of us. Here is an app we never travel without.'

It keeps us informed of any traffic slowdowns—jams—delays—closures—accidents. It is your personal traffic guide to help you get where you are going safely and efficiently.

Teams Keeps Getting Better

March marked the second anniversary of the worldwide launch of Microsoft Teams. Within that time, substantial growth in new capabilities and customer usage has cultivated an environment of inclusion and engagement. Continuing with this growth, Teams steps it up a notch once again with new offerings.

Easy Ways To Prevent Great Hires From Getting Away

Today’s labor market is tighter than it’s been in years. With this in mind, it’s essential that you do all you can to attract top talent. One of the best and simplest ways to do that is to improve your hiring process.

First, make sure the job description sounds like a true sales pitch.

Read These Top Tips To AvoidGetting Hacked!

Everyone knows how damaging data breaches can be to a business, but few actually realize that 81% of these hacks are not the result of elaborate scams carried out by sophisticated hackers. They happen because of poor passwords.

Do what you can to prevent your business from being targeted.

Expect, Inspect, Correct

It’s no coincidence that we have so many ways to say we made a mistake: botched, flubbed, mishandled, misjudged, mucked, messed, screwed or goofed up – just to name a few.

As a leader, you’ll hear each of these (some more than others, and likely some more explicit than the ones I’ve named here) pretty often.