Isn’t it lovely to hear work-life balance examples such as that of Tamara Budz, the founder of Silver Shade Group? Her idea of maintaining an equilibrium between work and life is ensuring that she eats with her family. Or take, for instance, the founder of ReputationManagement.com, Bill Fish. He strictly divides his work and family time. Bill doesn’t cross the divide until his kids head … Continue reading Project Management Principles to Improve Work, Life, and your Mental Health – Guest Post by Alycia Gordan
Productivity is a state of mind, but if you can’t get into that mindset then you can go days, weeks, or even months without making significant progress.
You might get a decent amount of work done overall using this ebb-and-flow model, but that pales in comparison to keeping a consistent level of productivity and motivation. That’s where this article comes in. Continue reading How to Stay Motivated All Day Every Day – Guest Post by Benjamin Brandall
Working for eight straight hours is almost impossible, especially with all the distractions available to us nowadays. For example, taking a quick break from a pile of paperwork could easily lead to hours of scrolling on your phone looking at nonsensical stuff. But aside from actual non-work-related elements, there are other productivity killers in the workplace. Some of these are even considered work-related or work-essential … Continue reading Productivity Killers and How to Avoid Them – Guest Post
“Sell good merchandise at reasonable profit; treat your customers like human being and they will always come back for more”- L.L. Bean The essence of good customer service and relation to the survival of any given business couldn’t have been better portrayed than as it was with the above statement by Bean. It simply suggests customer services as an essential part of sales process engineering … Continue reading 5 Key Customer Service Metrics to Follow for the Holiday Season – Guest blog by Sam Makad
As time passes, more and more people are getting interested in the concept of “growth hacking”. The term “growth hacking” has become a buzzword for the entire IT community. Moreover, it’s very noticeable that the popularity of the term has increased over the last few years. Different authorities are constantly bombarding the market with new growth hacking strategies, experiments, and techniques. But the term still … Continue reading What Is Growth Hacking and How to Use It in Business – Guest Post by Jade Parker
If your brand provides the market with real value, at some point, it will attract an army of interested customers. At that moment, a reliable and efficient support team will become a crucial asset in your business. A survey conducted in 2011 by American Express showed that satisfied customers share their positive experience with support service with up to nine people. To make your team … Continue reading Easiest Way to Make Your Support Team More Productive – Guest Post by Jason Grills
In general, project management includes starting, planning, preparing, carrying out, managing, and getting done the targeted task within a stipulated time. It is a well-planned process of putting in order the means that changes are carried out proficiently in an organization. The main objective of project management is to attain specific objectives and meet a specific target set by a team in the company. Project management approaches requires distinctive technical skills and effective managing tactics. The main challenge of project management is to accomplish all of the project targets or objectives within the given deadline. Project management fetches a unique spotlight formed by the aims, resources and plan of every project. Continue reading Customer Feedback in Project Management – Guest post by Saroova Kalland