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Twenty years ago, everyone was shifting from snail mail to email and from Rolodex to Excel.
Emails, phone calls, impromptu meetings at someone's desk — these are all tools used daily in the office, and it works reasonably well.
Many business owners either fear writing marketing emails, or don’t know where to start. Our advice? Let emails and marketing be fun.
Technology has become the way of the future, and gone are the days of stuffy conference rooms.
The corporate wheel continues to be reinvented by culture-driven entrepreneurs and millennial job seekers.
Having the right people on board and engaged is every business owner's dream.
I’ve noticed a trend in small businesses and CRM use: many people start by using a spreadsheet or invoicing software like QuickBooks and think they’ll be fine.
Nerd alert: this post is loaded with geeky excitement over the "coolness" of my favorite productivity tool. If that's the kind of "cool" you're into, read on.