Most entrepreneurs will tell you that motivating your employees is key to success. Yet all too often their motivational tool is reward or punishment, like: “bring in a boatload of money and I’ll foot the bill on a steak dinner.” Unless your employees are named Seabiscuit, carrots and sticks don’t really make for a highly motivated workforce.
Instead, take a quick 80 seconds out of your day to learn this shockingly simple tool for motivating your employees. Hopefully, I’ve motivated you to press the play button. I mean it is YouTube…who needs motivation to watch YouTube?
Entrepreneurs everywhere are giving a whole new meaning to the phrase, “I need a little distance,” by putting employees to work remotely. And whether they’re seeking space or savings, it’s vital to make employees working from home work for the business.
Keep your employees engaged from afar with these three tips for building – or enhancing – those long distance relationships. You’re just 86 seconds away from a focused, connected team!
Do you have little artifacts around your office? You know, those seemingly small–yet supersignificant–objects reminding you of life lessons and experiences? So do I.
Take 68 seconds to find out about one of my favorite reminders, and how you can borrow its story to reinforce an invaluable resource of your small business. Hint: it’s all about the potential of others…
Setting goals is an invaluable way for small business owners to set sail on a New Year. But oftentimes, just a few weeks in, the pressures of day-to-day chaos take over and threaten your ambition’s ability to stay afloat.
Let me throw you a 90-second lifeline to get refocused and refreshed on the surest ways to achieve and accomplish in the upcoming year. So you can resolve to make 2016 the best one yet!
Working from home seems like a fairytale for some entrepreneurs, given its ease, accessibility, and comfort. Although the location is ideal, this prime real estate isn’t always productive or even practical.
That’s why you should take a few moments to check out my tips for building your work-from-home castle. Time to rule your entrepreneurial kingdom without getting locked in the dungeon!