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This is the sixth article in the series A CEO’s Guide to Long-Term Employees. One of the most common fuels of the Great Resignation is something dubbed work-life balance. Employees want work to be part of a satisfying life—not the...
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This is the fifth article in the series A CEO’s Guide to Long-Term Employees. You’ve probably heard Malcolm Gladwell’s estimate that it takes 10,000 hours of practice to achieve mastery over a subject or skill. Since he proposed this theory,...
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This is the fourth article in the series A CEO’s Guide to Long-Term Employees. Major shifts in the working sector have gotten plenty of press in recent months. You’ve probably heard about the Great Resignation and most likely experienced some...
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This is the third article in the series A CEO’s Guide to Long-Term Employees. One of the best life hacks out there is remembering that every task has a beginning, middle, and end. My process-loving brain loves breaking down tasks...
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This is the second article in the series A CEO’s Guide to Long-Term Employees. Every business is different, but some things are the same for business owners across the board, no matter the industry or structure. Making decisions is at...
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This is the first article in the series A CEO’s Guide to Long-Term Employees. One of the biggest stories of the year has been a shift in employment that’s now called the Great Resignation. Millions of people around the world...
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Imagine you and your business are in a never-ending race for profit. You have competitors, a tricky course ahead, and lots to consider on your way to success—including your financial engine. You’ll need to keep that engine in top racing...
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Each year on Halloween, children—and plenty of adults—put on costumes to become something else. Whatever the persona of choice, it’s a chance to pretend and emphasize different characteristics. You can lean into those traits and become more like that superhero...
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Finances are a personal thing. We’ve assigned personal meaning to our wealth or lack thereof. When finances are great, we feel great. But when finances are strained, we feel terrible. And if that’s because our business is struggling, the financial...
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Side hustles are all the rage these days. In fact, according to a Zapier survey: 34% of Americans have a side hustle  24% of Americans—61.1 million!—planned to start a side hustle in 2021 All that hustle is focused on launching...
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