Category: Business Strategy

bredogenerator improves your communication skills

6 Ways Bredogenerator Improves Your Communication Skills

The Pew Research Center reported that 90% of US adults believe that communication skills are the most important for children to get ahead in the world today. Meanwhile, 57.9% of employers believe that communication is the most sought- after soft skill among job hunters. Even without these statistics, communication skill is evidently vital in business…

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Entrepreneurial Spirit

8 Things Entrepreneurs Need to Know About Running a Business and Landing Customers

We certainly live in the most entrepreneurial era since the inception of the humankind. Many are giving entrepreneurship a shot thanks to the media support, the large number of startup communities, somewhat accessible investment capital, and the development of the digital landscape. The entrepreneurship wave combined with the demanding millennial rules of freedom and results-driven…

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digital consultants

How Digital Consultants Bring Value to SMEs

Consultancy.uk reports a total value of $250 billion in consulting services across the globe. Small and medium enterprises are uniquely suited to receiving digital consulting service because: They aren’t far too small (solopreneurs and micro firms). This means larger budget and larger impact per big decision, plus the lack of strategic know-how in every single…

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6 Factors to Consider When Scaling Your Business Towards Growth

While everyone in the business world aims for growth, scaling your business towards growth does not come easy. In fact, not everyone is suitable for growth. Growing is a tedious decision affecting all internal processes, organizational hierarchies, and cross-department workflows.  It presents challenges that will test the capabilities of a business and their adaptability to…

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Technical Leadership

How Important Is Technical Leadership In Every Company

There’s so much subjectivity in the field that receiving a valid, 100% legit answer, is close to impossible anyway. Even if you hire your brother-in-law as a co-founding CTO, it’s still a subjective perception of the technical landscape. Trust is what you need in this equation. And you better have at least a few reputable…

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How to Conduct a Personal SWOT Analysis For Career Advancements?

Self-reflection is one of the highest states a human being can reach throughout their lifetime. It may seem straightforward. But this couldn’t be further from the truth. The most insightful business leaders invest heavily in digging deeper into themselves, building actionable plans that build upon their strengths while mitigating the management risks posed by their…

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Mentorship – Invaluable Advice From Competitors

“Mentorship” is a vague term. Great mentors are successful industry leaders who are indirectly competitors of yours (at least a few years ahead of time). Someone may pick their own mentor when they are a public figure and consume every bit of information they produce. Virtual Mentors I have a few of those mentors on…

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Non-technical Co-founders

How Can Non-Technical Founders Make a Technical Business Work

Are you a non-technical person working on an IT start-up idea, or other technical business ventures, with a bunch of software techies? Best-case scenario, find a technical co-founder and you are good to go. While some non-technical managers and founders are capable of working well with developers, there may be different problems that would jeopardize the growth…

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