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Take it slow. We suggest not bringing on more than one high-level key hire every six months. This will give you and your business the time you need to integrate your new hire into the fabric of your business.
In this article I wanted to hone your desire to do what is needed to succeed in this goal so you have the fuel to sustain you when the road gets temporarily tough. Here are 7 reasons why it's worth the time, energy, money, sweat, and tears to build a scalable business that is independent of yourself.
During my initial meetings with some of my clients, they often reveal how they've hit a roadblock in the design process. Most are able to successfully get the ball rolling, but they hit a frustrating plateau that leaves their home feeling incomplete.
In its policies toward Greece, the "Troika" -- a new shorthand for the combined will of the European Commission, European Central Bank, and International Monetary Fund -- has actively and enthusiastically embraced Maggie Thatcher's social and political philosophy, memorably captured in her chilling assertion, "There is no such thing as society."
There are multiple reasons to stop avoiding the scale! Make it a daily habit and you will increase the likelihood of losing weight and keeping it off.
There are many ways to "go big." Even small scale solutions can go global and scale to global relevance. Human powered farms and gardens are a great example.
When it comes down to it, weight should be a byproduct of how we view health. Sure, certain numbers can tell us a whole heck of a lot about our health. But numbers can't tell us how we feel emotionally, physically, or spiritually. Numbers cannot tell us how our bodies feel.
There are plenty of arguments that advocate throwing away the bathroom scale, but a new study suggests daily weigh-ins may
Scotland and Catalonia are brothers in arms. Independence movement leaders communicate regularly. On September 18, when Scotland voted on uncoupling from the United Kingdom Catalans were there.
While scale is necessary to solve the world's greatest problems, this language hurts small and local social enterprises that have no capacity to solve huge problems across the world, but have real concrete impact in the few villages they operate in.