Category : Entrepreneur

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Six Tricks to Hiring Entrepreneurial Employees

Hey new entrepreneur! How are you feeling today? Nervous?! I hear you. It’s not always sunshine and rainbows in your world. Especially if the problem you’re facing is hiring employees number two and three (with you being employee number one). Who to hire is a tough question we all face in our lives. The question I hear most is do I hire a worker bee or an entrepreneur like me?

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Book Review: The Future of Nonprofits: Innovate and Thrive in the Digital Age

Leaders in the nonprofit and social technology world, David J. Neff and Randal Moss reveal how the future of innovation, internal entrepreneurship, fundraising and social media communications will radically reshape the landscape of nonprofits in the next five years.

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When Crisis Looms, Don’t Be That Guy! Start Communicating Early

As a PR professional, one of my least favorite calls from a client is the one that begins, “Uh, we might have a little crisis in the works, we’ve got reporters requesting interviews for tomorrow morning’s paper and we need your help.”

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Nine Steps to a Noteworthy Newsroom

Journalists are crazy busy these days. With information coming from every direction, sometimes it’s tough for a journalist to decide where to go to find the best and most newsworthy stuff. You, as a business owner, need to be aware that making the journalists’ job easier is key to getting media coverage for your company.

Want to Make Money? Find Ways to Give Back
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Want to Make Money? Find Ways to Give Back

With my head still reeling from SXSW Interactive, it’s back to the grindstone solving clients’ public relations challenges with a renewed focus. Buzz at the conference this year centered around a trend that may surprise you: social giving. There was an exceptionally strong track for attendees interested in learning how non-profit organizations are adapting to…

Nine Traits of a Successful Entrepreneur/Solopreneur
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Nine Traits of a Successful Entrepreneur/Solopreneur

Over the last few weeks I’ve had several consulting meetings with budding entrepreneurs and solopreneurs who have some pretty stellar ideas on the table. Most of them still have full-time jobs, but are self-motivated enough to push forward on their journey no matter the hill or valley…