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Little Ways to Get a Big Edge
Entrepreneur's Workplace

Little Ways To Get A Big Edge

As a small business owner, you are always on the lookout for ways to make your company better. From the products you sell to the service you provide, there is almost always something which could do with a bit of change.

By doing this, not only will you give your business a good boost, but you will also learn more about the field on the whole. To help you out with this, this post will be exploring some of the best ways to make a big difference with a little bit of work.

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Profit for your Business
Entrepreneur's Workplace

A People-Centric Business Is A Profitable Business

It might sound counter-intuitive but you’ve got to stop thinking about profit if you want your business to be successful. You’ve got to focus on people. It isn’t money, computers, statistics, or even shiny products that keep the wheel turning in the business world.

It’s people. Whether you’re talking about the customers who keep your company alive by spending money or the employees behind the scenes who keep it alive by producing the goods and services, no business could survive without people. 

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Creative Ways To Freelance

It’s hard to find a career that can make you completely happy in this day and age. It’s almost impossible to be 100 percent happy in a job because human wants are insatiable. One minute you are completely sold on your job and are ever willing to share this with friends and family.

In fact, you want them to work with you on some aspects!

And the next minute, you are battling with a bit of stress and could get frustrated, intimidated or lose focus. That’s what life and career bring to the table. I even ranted on the love-hate relationship of a 9-5.

The classic 9 to 5 job spent sitting behind a desk in a drab office can be mentally draining for some people and I totally respect that because I’ve seen both sides of the coin. It’s probably not the kind of job you imagined if that is the role in which you find yourself.

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How Loyal Are You To Your Employees?

There are articles in abundance across the internet that tell people what they should do to keep their employees in check, turning up on time and how to avoid a high turnover.

As an employer, you should be hyper aware of how loyal you are to your employees, rather than how loyal they are to you. The business that you own and nurture is only going to thrive and flourish based on the loyalty of the people who make up each team and each department of your company.

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Prepared to have employees
Entrepreneur's Workplace

Are You Prepared To Deal With Employees?

There are a lot of incredibly exciting things that can happen as your business grows. You can start reaching more customers, you have more money to invest in things like branding, marketing and improving your products, and you can start to become more widely recognized as a successful company.

Of course, all of these exciting developments can often require a lot more hands at the wheel in order to keep things moving forward. This could possibly put you in an unusual position.

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The Limitation Game: The Hardest Things About Running A Business

*This is a collaborative post.

Many things are incredibly difficult about running a business; you don’t need to have done a degree in business to know that there will be many hardships that come your way on occasion.

In fact, difficulties are around every corner, but when it comes to any entrepreneur that’s building up their business, what are the hardest things about being an entrepreneur, in the obvious and not so obvious sense?

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Moving on in business
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When It’s Time To Move On In Business

*This is a collaborative post.

Business is tricky to conduct on a usual basis, even after a few years when you’re a pro at what you do. Surprises can come around every corner, and there’s no saying what markets will dip and when.

So trying to navigate through and around these, as well as emergencies that crop up in the form of business placement can get your head spinning. Moving on in business doesn’t have to mean you’re giving up on what you do, it can mean you’re out to grab bigger and better things.

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