One of the best and worst parts about a job is working with clients. There is nothing more rewarding or challenging than making a client happy

3 Lessons for Handling Challenging Clients

One of the best and worst parts about a job is working with clients. There is nothing more rewarding or challenging than making a client happy. Sometimes… I get really lucky, working with people who are gracious, respectful and even excited to work with me.

Other times, not so much. And it’s those times when I have to remember to stay cool and handle issues head-on so that they don’t get even worse. Here are a few of the lessons I’ve learned.

7 Strategies That Amplify Your Success

A great Shakespeare play once said that successful people are either born that way, forced into their attainment, or work hard to quickly rise through the ranks.

The average person often thinks that to be successful, they have to spend as much time working as possible. However, this isn’t as true as you may think.

Embrace Your Failures

In his book Fueled by Failure, entrepreneur and philanthropist Jeremy Bloom shows readers how rebound and reprogram themselves after defeat and how to use the lessons from those failures to achieve winning results. In this edited excerpt, the author explains why acknowledging and accepting your failures can make you a stronger and more successful business owner.

6 Ways your Startups Will Kill It With LinkedIn

So you’re a startup and you want to crush it in the worldwide business community using LinkedIn? If only we had met 12 months ago but its okay I am here now to save the day. If you haven’t already figured it out, LinkedIn has long gone past the point of being a place to get you your next job and moved into one of the best business development tools you have ever seen.

10 Entrepreneur… DON’TS

Aspiring Entrepreneurs are popping up everywhere in hopes of following in the footsteps of the cashed up risk takers and uber successful they look up to. The problem is that they are just starting out and are about to waste a lot of time going in the wrong direction to success.