5 Ways to Stretch your Money to Start a Business in 2019
Life has been strange for me, thus the reason, I have been MIA lately. If you read my last couple of post, you learned that I quit my job to travel for a month. When I came back, my hometown was hit by Hurricane Michael and the town was devasted. It put me in a … Continue reading When Life Takes You For a Ride, Ride Out.
Finding your side hustle can be super easy, you just need the internet. There are 1000 phone and computer applications out there that allow you to make money. The start is to find your side hustle. I have a few side hustles but the one I enjoy the most is flipping things on offerup.com. Now … Continue reading Finding Your Side Hustle: How to Make Money Flipping Your Old Things.
Autonomy Definition Autonomy is defined as self-directing freedom and especially moral independence by Merriam Webster. For that, there are 5 big reasons autonomy is important for your team. Today, as organizations move closer to leading with leadership like guidance and further away from the dictatorial management ideology; autonomy is an important piece of that movement. Management … Continue reading 5 big Reasons Autonomy is Important for Your Team
First off, I am hoping everyone had a safe and great Labor Day. I want to write about something that has been on my mind for a few years now. Content equals audience. I coin this the creator's equation. Every day as I scroll through Instagram, I start to notice trends of the pages that post … Continue reading Content Equals Audience: The Creator’s Equation
Nailing an interview can be scary, but they don't have to be. Here are 7 tips to help you get hired! Dress the part Don't wear cologne or perfume. Are you applying for a corporate job? Dress the part. What do you think they would wear. To make it easier, google the workplace and check … Continue reading Nailing your Interview! 7 Tips to get you Hired!
I sit here writing this after having to recover from a quick crying session. Why is a grown man sulking? My vulnerability is showing and it's because I was able to witness true development with one of my employees. Not every day does this happen to me, but when it does it means more to … Continue reading Being Vulnerable with your Employees and Promoting Valuable Self-Growth.
The other day, I had a fantastic chat with one of my employees. It was about failing and winning in an upward fashion. It was all about failing and taking chances. Very recently, a management position has opened up in my company. A young girl jokingly told me she should apply for it. I looked … Continue reading Failing and Winning in an Upward Fashion.
I recently skimmed through a book about how the technological generations are the worst generations to date. to be honest, I was stuck in this mindset too. The more and more I thought about it, the more I noticed technology has helped me excel in business. An epiphany occurred and I began to realize they … Continue reading The Case for the Technology Age: Part 2
Failure, failure, failure. Failure consumes everyone's life. It finally feels like being part of the trophy-kid generation makes sense. Hear me out. Most millennials are coined as being the generation that received trophies just for participating. I am not advocating reward for losing. What I am advocating for is looking past the ideology of failure. I … Continue reading What is Failure? Knowing this could change your life.