There is no doubt cloud-based apps help you grow your business successfully and let you provide a better overall experience for your customers.
But as you grow, a tipping point emerges that can make you feel like you are working for your apps — moving data and repeating data entry — instead of having them work for you.
Most independent and home-based businesses now use at least five cloud-based apps, including email, marketing, project management software, online calendars, invoicing and book-keeping, and cloud-based storage services.
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We all want to get ahead in our company and in our career.
Some people seem to just float through the levels without any difficulty while others get stuck in a position far below their ambition or capacity.
So how can you get out of that rut and start climbing on the corporate ladder to success?
If you’re wondering how to get promoted, here are five ways to get noticed and to get a promotion at work. Click Here to Read Article …
There are always new trends and themes that emerge in the workplace every year.
The most successful people catch onto these trends and ride them to even greater success.
Of course, not every office trend may apply to your situation, but that doesn’t mean they won’t in the future. It pays to know what’s on the horizon.
Here are five workplace trends that you should know about and catch onto for your own workplace success. Click Here to Read Article …
I’ve spent a lot of my adult life fretting about jobs, having job openings called to my attention, feeling a reflexive jolt of recognition at the sight of any “Help Wanted” sign.
I’ve often felt I was re-inventing the wheel and constantly redefining what I wanted to be when I grew up. That’s a sad state of affairs for someone with a guiding passion — writing — that is as well-defined, and that I’ve followed as faithfully, as the life’s work of anyone I know.
I’ve always said writers have to have two jobs. A doctor or engineer or school teacher find that their self-realization and bread-winning vocation are one in the same.
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