How to Incorporate Technology to Solve Business Problems

A couple of years ago, I gathered the 38 top business challenges across all industries. They fall within several main segments: Strategy Marketing Recruitment Management Sales Technology Legal While tech is self-explanatory (and notably solved with technology itself), software and hardware solutions can contribute to easier organization in the long run. Traditional methods for organization often rely on manual processes, paper trails, and human memory, leading to errors and inefficiencies. Technology solves this by: Automation: Repetitive tasks become automatic, freeing up employee time. Think scheduling, emails, reports. Data Management: Software excels at organizing data, providing easy access anytime, anywhere. No… Continue Reading

How to Build a Bootstrapped Product MVP (From the Ground Up)

Whether you want to launch your product business or diversify with a product MVP aligned with your service-driven company, you need a methodical approach that gets you closer to success. Building a product can be an extensive exercise consuming both time and capital. But with the right type of due diligence, this could be a streamlined process that is easy to follow and execute over the course of several months. This product guide is designed for: Service-based businesses eager to productize their services or build a separate stream of recurring revenue Consultants, coaches, freelancers interested in generating predictable revenue and… Continue Reading

Critical Thinking Strategies for Business Leaders

Critical thinking is a powerful skill that's applicable in both daily life and running a business. However, managers and executives are in charge of large budgets and diverse teams. Irresponsible business decisions and ignoring risk management can harm a group of people and their families, in addition to other areas of business (partners and vendors). What Is Critical Thinking? Thinking critically defines the process of analyzing problems from scratch, relying on a combination of your background, the context of your organization, the distribution of your team, available resources, the global market, and any data you can tap into to reach… Continue Reading