Let’s admit: We all walk around with ready-to-go formulas in our heads to communicate with others. We learn this because we need openers and closers for conversations, acknowledgments that events have occurred, and reflexive formalities to keep communication moving.
Every business, ideally before its birth, if not during its infancy, has to decide one thing: Where will it be located. You need an address to file a business entity, to open a bank account, to register domain names, get business licenses, tax and permits, for invoicing and billing, receiving checks, and being placed on Google, phew! And that’s just to start.
The problem with “ideas” is this: To think of an idea means almost nothing. The ability to take an idea, vet it, put it through Lean Startup concepts like customer-discovery and customer-development, and more importantly to execute it is the real differentiation of an entrepreneur.
Move just one match to fix this equation… That is what I saw in my facebook timeline from a post shared by a friend. After a few seconds looking at the equation, I was able to move one match and correct the equation.
Simon Sinek on Millennials in the Workplace is a video that has reached millions on Youtube and Social Media. His views were loved by some, and hated by others.
This blog post is by Jazzmyn Falloon, who is a part of the internship program at Office Divvy. She is learning and contributing as part of digital team. But because all interns must have an understanding of the whole business, The Call Desk, Colocation, Classes, and Coworking, they all must be on the ready to contribute to tasks both big and small with equal enthusiasm and thoroughness. This is her […]
It’s a plague that strikes at every Small Business owner… The phone rings… The call is coming from “someone,” either a flesh-and-blood human being or possibly just an automated voice—what the industry calls a robot. But this isn’t Westworld.
Is Voicemail Benefiting or Hurting Your Business? Why did Coca Cola give up Voicemail? How about JP Morgan Chase? Woah, those are two big multinational companies! Their situation can’t possibly be the same as that of the typical small business, right?