Starting a business isn’t something to take lightly. However, as a coach, I’ve found that many clients are more prepared than they give themselves credit. If you are debating whether you are ready, here are five signs that will show how ready you are to handle whatever your business has in store for you.
LinkedIn Influencer, Bernard Marr, published this post originally on LinkedIn. There’s plenty advice out there to rehearse what you’re going to say in a job interview: research questions the interviewer might ask, practice your answers, come up with salient questions of your own… But what about rehearsing what you’re not going to say? I put together a
One of the best ways for entrepreneurs to socialize with colleagues, customers and potential clients is at networking events. Corporate gatherings, conferences, happy hours and cocktail parties provide an opportunity for you to meet new people and reconnect with old acquaintances.
We have all at least thought about it: how does my boss compare to others? Do they really have my best interests at heart? Do they practice what they preach? Do they make the grade? Beginning from my younger years (firstly for fun), I developed a framework to help me grade my boss. I modified
I work with some of the brightest women in the world who spend countless hours on their education, networking endeavors, and seminars — anything to stay competitive and get ahead. Unfortunately, many of them overlook their own visual résumé as part of the package. I was most surprised recently when I taught a business etiquette