2 Simple Tips to Ensure You Can Maintain Work Life Balance When Working From Home

Right now, more Americans — perhaps even more workers globally — are working from home than ever before. While the option to work remotely or telecommute has become more common for many […]

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Kevin Hodes, CEO of Credit Card Processing Company Swypit, Publishes New Article Sharing Ideas for Leading Your Business When Hope Can Be Hard to Find

Frisco, TX – April 22, 2020 – Kevin Hodes, CEO of Swypit has published a new article entitled “How to Lead Your Business When It’s Hard to Find Hope.” In the article, […]

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Stress Management for Business Owners: Keeping Your Cool When No One Else (Even the World) Is…

Many business owners report that they only thought they knew what stress was before they started their own company.   When you launch your business, you now only have your personal stress […]

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Can Having a Daily Routine Really Increase Business Success?

Routine. Boring? Or is having a daily routine necessary for business success? A lot of people are under the idea that “visionaries” – a category in which many entrepreneurs fall – abhor […]

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How to Increase Innovation In Your Business or Organization?

Innovation in your business or organization can’t be your sole responsibility. Sure, maybe at first it might work if you are the sole innovator.   Over time, however, this is not sustainable. […]

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Why Innovation Matters to Business Success

  Innovation… some would say it’s the key to business growth.   After all, one of the biggest elements of business success is widely acknowledged to be the ability to see a […]

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5 Apps to Help You Find Mentors or Mentees

Seeking help and guidance from a mentor is a strong business move for any business owner. Especially if you are a new business owner, having access to a collaborative partner, their well-built […]

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Reinvigorate Your Professional Creativity and Watch Your Business Thrive

As children, most all of us were creative to some extent. Usually, this creativity was driven not by a desire to be an “artist,” but rather to explore the unknown and embrace […]

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