What tasks are the best use of your time?

  • In: Business, WFH

It can be easy as an entrepreneur to try and wear all the hats yourself. We get that. It takes a lot of moving parts and a variety of skills to grow a business. However, there’s a lot of things that aren’t, uh, necessarily in your wheelhouse that can suck up a lot of time and effort. It’s important to know what is the most effective use of your time. Delegation or farming out tasks can free up your time so you can focus on the things you need to do to grow your business.

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How To: Be A Team Player

  • In: Business, WFH

Today the people in our work teams might be spread out across the country – or the world. It is easy to take it for granted that because of technology, we are able to work together and solve problems no matter where we are physically. The need for good teamwork will always be a necessity. How can we be good team players?

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Tired of Slow WIFI?

  • In: Weekly Vibes, WFH

We’ve all been on a zoom call with someone who’s internet has um, not been the greatest. It’s super frustrating for everyone involved. What can you do to make sure your WIFI is always as fast as you need?

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Can You Use Your Employees in Marketing?

  • In: Digital Marketing, Weekly Vibes

For many brands, showing off their products with expensive photoshoots, isn’t possible right now because their employees are working from home in areas that are in lock down. What are they doing instead? Many campaigns are using their employees in their marketing.

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Can You Use Your Unique Skills To help?

  • In: Weekly Vibes

Jennifer Lyne has a niche job. She is a New York City location scout for movies and tv, meaning she knows the city in a way not many others do. She constantly on the lookout for the perfect locations and creating contacts with property managers. Unfortunately, her job isn’t needed right now because of corona virus halting movie and tv production.

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Can AI Help You Shop?

  • In: Weekly Vibes

22-year-old Madison Semarjian is trying to revolutionize shopping. And so far, she’s doing a pretty good job. It all started because, as she says, “I was going on a first date, and I was freaking out because I didn’t know what to wear.”

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Recession Proof Your Business?

  • In: Business, Weekly Vibes

What are three things you can do to recession proof your business? Here is the advice that companies who survived the 2008 recession had to give.

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Operation Supplies Over Skies

  • In: Weekly Vibes

16-year-old TJ Kim created a project he named “Operation SOS,” standing for “supplies over skies.” While most of his peers are focused on getting their drivers licenses, TJ has been working towards his student’s pilot certificate.

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#WorkDistractions

  • In: Weekly Vibes, WFH

It can be hard to be productive working from home if the people you are isolating with aren’t on the same schedule as you. Tik Tok started a hashtag to help you show off your #WorkDistractions.

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Has Customer Communication Changed?

  • In: Business, Business Marketing

What can you do to keep in contact with your customers now that digital communication is the only form of communication? Building relationships with customers is key. No matter what the world around us looks like, people still need to do business.

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