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Getting Ahead

5 Reasons Why You Should Spend More Time On LinkedIn

To many people, LinkedIn is a mere social network, where people with jobs comment on certain posts, spend time, endorse each other, and brag about their achievements. That is not a bad way to put it. But imagine this; imagine you walk into a large room through a blue door, and in this room, there are CEOs, top company executives, specialists in various fields, people just like you, and many other people who are more advanced in their careers than you are.

If you can imagine yourself in that room, you will realize that you have a lot of choices; keep quiet and stay on your own, talk to people just like you, network with individuals more advanced in their careers, perform quick interviews with top executives or just leave the room to go do something else.

If career growth is important to you, you will quickly see this as an opportunity to improve your career. LinkedIn is that large room with the blue door.

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Career Change

The Pros and Cons of Taking Your Side Hustle More Seriously

A side hustle is often considered passion projects. They’re fun and interesting little distractions that can often be considered hobbies. However, there’s a big difference that changes the way you approach a side hustle; it actually makes you money! This is arguably the biggest distinction between a side hustle and a hobby, and it’s one that has huge significance in the way you manage it.

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Entrepreneur's Workplace

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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