Early this year, the world experienced a global health crisis. This crisis was so far reaching in its effects that all sectors of everyday life were affected. The crisis was the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. During the crisis, a lot of businesses had to shut down temporarily or engage their staff remotely. It was an unusual situation that most businesses were not prepared for. Thankfully, its economic and financial effects are beginning to wane as lock-downs are being lifted.
Today, in this dispensation of Information Technology, innovative thinkers, and creative thinkers’ rule. A quick poll of companies such as Google, Amazon, Apple and Microsoft gives credence to this fact. So, in this post, we will explore what it means to be an innovative thinker. We will also consider the example of an innovative thinker and conclude with five habits of innovative thinkers.
In this post, we share some low-cost small business ideas for students. While we understand that being a student is a demanding task, starting a low-cost small business has its benefits. Besides the obvious financial gains, it gives students valuable work experience, exposure, and a glimpse at adult life. That being said, the realities of student life cannot be denied; classes, projects, assignments, exams and of course, finances. So how do you start and run a successful small business as a student?
All entrepreneurs want to be successful at what they do. That desire to succeed is innate and common to all humans. In reality however, not everyone is actually successful. While there are several reasons why people fail, in general, it is due to specific inadequacies. So, this begs the question of whether success can be taught. In other words, can the characteristics of successful entrepreneurs make an unsuccessful businessman successful? We believe they can.
In today’s post we share fifteen inspirational quotes by Stan Lee, the American Comic Book Writer, Editor, Publisher, and Producer. Along with a few others at Marvel, Stan Lee is best known for creating many fictional comic characters. These include Spider-Man, Iron Man, Thor, the X-Men, and Black Panther to name just a few.
The world wide web is truly amazing. It is an easy to use, free source of information that allows for business and social interactions. As you might imagine, this also includes legitimate ways to make money online. In our post today, we will highlight some great ways to make money online.
In this post, we will present the top ten benefits of having a website for your Small Business. We will also present the fact that one doesn’t have to think small simply because one has a small-scale business. Understanding the important role your small business plays in your Nation’s economy will help position you for expansions.
In our post today, we will share ten inspiring quotes by Chris Tucker. Christopher (Chris) Tucker is an American Actor and Standup Comedian. He is most popularly known for his movie roles as Detective James Carter in Rush Hour and Smokey in Friday. Born in 1971, he started out as a comedian in Atlanta before starting a career in standup comedy. Chris has appeared in several movies and shows where he has shared several inspiring and funny quotes.
There is an art to money management and managing finances. Sometimes, it can be tricky figuring out how to manage your finances, especially when those finances are limited. Understanding how to manage finances is more critical now, more than ever, primarily because of the economic effects of Covid-19. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, sadly, some companies have had to cut back on staff salaries. In some cases, due to the lockdown, some businesses have been closed for the last few months. As you might imagine, this has put a lot of workers on edge financially.
Being a good Father is a tasking but rewarding job. Interestingly though, it seems that with each generation, the duties, and definition of Fatherhood change. For example, what was considered good parenting in the ‘60s is not acceptable today. As men, we want to be good Fathers’ to our children.