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    1. Getting Your Business Ready to Scale

      Getting Your Business Ready to Scale

      Before you can scale your business, your business must be ready for the incoming changes. This article titled 6 Ways to Design Your Company to Scale from Entrepreneur shares just that.

      This particular idea is one of the more thought-provoking ones on the list:

      There are myriad reasons to hire global talent to help scale your business. Cost efficiency is one, but additionally, it’s easier than ever to hire developer teams to implement replicable systems as you scale. 

      Also, diversity on your team isn’t just an asset; it’s a must. Diversity makes your team stronger and more ...

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    2. Tax Season Has Come Again. Here's What You Need to Know to Get the Ball Rolling

      Tax Season Has Come Again. Here's What You Need to Know to Get the Ball Rolling

      Tax season has come upon us again and this eye-opening article from Smart Company is just the type of article that becomes a must-read at this time of the year. It's called Six things to do now to make tax time 2020 a little less taxing.

      It shares some really thought-provoking points. This one is perhaps the most interesting of them:

      Greig also advises business owners to remember that if they’ve made a donation to a bushfire cause in recent weeks, it won’t be tax-deductible unless the entity is a registered charitable organisation.

      Social media and crowdfunding ...

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    3. Millions of Lives Are Being Uplifted Through Social Entrepreneurship

      Millions of Lives Are Being Uplifted Through Social Entrepreneurship

      Stumbled upon this article from Entrepreneur titled How Social Entrepreneurs Have Improved The Lives Of Millions. It's by Hilde Schwab of the Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship.

      In it, she shares some eye-opening perspectives. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      The vision for corporations, government and civil society as equal stakeholders in the global commons – captured originally in the 1973 Davos Manifesto and adapted this year in the 2020 Davos Manifesto – is even more relevant today as we see the responsibilities of business evolve to address a collective future and a shared vision for an inclusive, fair economy on a sustainable ...

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    4. Why Content Marketing Is Important for Startups

      Why Content Marketing Is Important for Startups

      Stumbled upon this fascinating piece from Business 2 Community. It's called Why Content Marketing is the Best Bet for Your Startup.

      It shares some really interesting perspectives. Here's one of them:

      Content marketing is as much about listing as it is broadcasting. Through social media, for example, you can generate real dialogue with your audience, then use their comments and feedback to fine-tune your marketing message as well as your product offering.

      There are more interesting ideas here so do give the full article a read at the link below...

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    5. The Difference Between Customer Generation and Lead Generation

      The Difference Between Customer Generation and Lead Generation

      Jaimie Pickles shares some thought-provoking insights in this article. It's called The benefits of switching from lead gen to customer gen.

      This one's particularly interesting:

      For businesses in the MLP sector, this methodology presents problems. For starters, MLP customers are far and few between — the likelihood of one customer buying multiple homes or cars in a short span of time is improbable. With this in mind, customers investigating options for major purchases need more targeted, meaningful engagement upfront than other strategies demand. A customer gen mentality focuses on personalizing marketing efforts from the beginning, concentrating on customers — not ...

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    6. Looking at Goals from a New Perspective

      Looking at Goals from a New Perspective

       Came across this interesting article from Life Hack and thought that it would make a great addition to our reading list. It's called What are Goals? Achieve More By Changing Your Perspectives.

      In it, Leon Ho shares with us thoughtful insights on goals and goal setting. Here's an excerpt that really got us to think:

      Goals enable us to achieve focus in life by helping us to determine what we want. They keep us motivated and propelled, constantly putting us in state of action.

      It's a really thought-provoking piece. Just click on the link below to see ...

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    7. More Reasons to Drink Your Tea

      More Reasons to Drink Your Tea

      Here's a fascinating piece from Dr Mercola. It's called Tea Drinkers Shown To Be More Healthy.

      In it, he shares an interesting study. Here's a short quote that summarizes the results:

      Results from observing 100,902 participants in the study over a period of years found that habitual tea drinkers lived 1.26 years longer than their counterparts. They were also free from ASCVD for 1.41 years longer than their non-tea drinking counterparts.

       To learn more about the study, read the full article at the link below...

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    8. Steps These Companies Took to Be Able to Produce Social Intrapreneurs From Their Ranks

      Steps These Companies Took to Be Able to Produce Social Intrapreneurs From Their Ranks

      These companies have thriving social intrapreneurship programs that we thought we would share through this article. It's published in the Stanford Social Innovation Review.

      There are some really interesting perspectives here that we thought our readers ought to know about. Here's one of the most thought-provoking ones:

      Internal stakeholder engagement both wins investment and assembles the capabilities to get an intrapreneurial venture off the ground. Staff associated with Pearson’s Tomorrow’s Markets Incubator, CEMEX’s Growing platform, and Barclays’ Social Innovation Facility all help their intrapreneurial colleagues reach and influence decision-makers within their own companies, and find ...

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    9. Sustainable Toothpaste Tube Design That Needs to Make it to Mainstream

      Sustainable Toothpaste Tube Design That Needs to Make it to Mainstream

      Thought we'd share this article about an intriguing redesign of the toothpaste tube. It's from the blog pages of Yanko Design.

      It's got a really interesting proposition. Here's a short excerpt:

      Coolpaste not only got a physical makeover that was better for the environment, but the graphic elements of the product were also refreshed to reflect the goal of the project. The paper box was eliminated after an in-depth point-of-sale study without affecting the integrity of the toothpaste. This made the product lighter, reduced waste, and simplified branding also eliminated the chemical inks making Coolpaste a ...

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    10. Tips for Scaling Your Startup this 2020

      Tips for Scaling Your Startup this 2020

      Thought we'd share this thought-provoking piece from Growth Business UK. It's called 4 tips to scale your start-up in 2020 – things to be mindful of this year. 

      It's got some really interesting perspectives. Here's one that we found really helpful:

      The big assumption is that fast equals “winning the market”, and sometimes these growth ambitions can get tangled up with ego. While you do need a healthy dose of bravery, you also need to build positive momentum, not chaotic workloads, and surround yourself with level-headed people to keep the scale journey as steady as can be ...

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    11. Even Fund Managers Think Investing in Environmentally Conscious Businesses is the Way to Go

      Even Fund Managers Think Investing in Environmentally Conscious Businesses is the Way to Go

      Thought we'd share this intriguing piece from the Motley Fool. It's called The world is changing… are your investments?

      There's some really interesting points of view here. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      We think it’s likely that future events — policies, choices, and whatever else — will conspire to make it unlikely thermal coal companies will deliver market beating performance.

      Take a look at the rest of this article to learn more about this...

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    12. The Importance of Sleep if You Have Thyroid Conditions

      The Importance of Sleep if You Have Thyroid Conditions

      Thought we'd share this fascinating article from Mind Body Green. It's called What Every Person With A Thyroid Condition Needs To Know About Sleep.

      There are some interesting points of view here. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      Sleep deprivation has been found to cause a short-term rise in thyroid hormone, but when chronically sleep-deprived, the thyroid can become down-regulated due to it being overstimulated.

      Give the rest of this article a read to learn more about it...

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    13. 2020 Trends in Content Marketing That You Need to Know

      2020 Trends in Content Marketing That You Need to Know

      Here's a fascinating piece from Being Guru. It's called Essential content marketing trends of 2020.

      It makes some really interesting observations. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      Most digital marketers are already using the EAT (Expertise, Authority, and Trustworthiness) guidelines for search engines. These make up the Search Quality Rater Guidelines, and with Google highlighting the continued use of EAT as a priority means that brands need to ensure that their EAT strategy is well-defined and managed.

      The rest of this article has more to share so do give it a read at the link below...

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    14. Turning Blog Traffic into Leads: The Art of Conversion

      Turning Blog Traffic into Leads: The Art of Conversion

      Digital marketing guru Neil Patel is an advocate of blogging as a means to generate leads. But, how exactly do you do that?

      In this, article, Neil Patel himself shares some excellent insights about blogging and how it can help generate leads. Here's one that we thought was really interesting:

      You need to actively generate both traffic and leads. Traffic without leads is meaningless. Leads without traffic will eventually dry up.

      Here’s the best news: a frequently updated blog with high quality, valuable content is a lead generation machine…when done properly.

      Take a look at the rest ...

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    15. Steps to Building Your Wealth

      Steps to Building Your Wealth

       Thought we'd share this thought-provoking article from Money Check. It's got some really interesting tips.

      Here's one that we just couldn't resist but share:

      The biggest thing that separates the rich from the broke is their mindset on execution. Rich people take massive action all the time. There’s not a moment of the day that they don’t fill with priority tasks designed to move them forward in life.

      Give the rest of this article a read to learn the rest...

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    16. Pooch Perfect on is Set to Be Hosted By Hollywood Actress

      Pooch Perfect on is Set to Be Hosted By Hollywood Actress

      Rebel Wilson has captured audiences on silver screens in Hollywood movies lately but now, it looks like she's set her sights on pet lovers. This article reports that she's going to host a TV show called Pooch Perfect.

      Here's a short quote from Rebel herself:

      My childhood was full of weekend adventures at dog shows all around Australia and my family had a business selling pet products out of a caravan - such as leads, treats and the best dog styling equipment available.

      Check out the full article for more details on the show...

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    17. This Uni Dropout-Turned Tradie Made His Millions While Doing What He Loves

      This Uni Dropout-Turned Tradie Made His Millions While Doing What He Loves

      This uni dropout-turned tradie made a fortune on his craft. Now, he's off to prove all the negative stereotypes about the tradie business wrong.

      In this article, Usher Group founder and chief executive Theodore Vairaktaris shares some of his wisdom. Here's one that stood out to us:

      I feel that sometimes when people say they are going to be a tradie, they are looked at the wrong way, but if someone says they’re going to uni after high school, they are congratulated.

      But people working on high-rise construction, for example, are on huge money compared to people ...

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    18. What These Female Business Leaders Learned From Motherhood and Applied to Their Successful Businesses

      What These Female Business Leaders Learned From Motherhood and Applied to Their Successful Businesses

      We often hear people say that your business is your baby? But what if you have a real baby? Can you take care of both during the same period?

      In this awesome article from Forbes, we learn a few ways experiences motherhood has helped female business leaders to grow their businesses. Here's what Christa Quarles, CEO of Open Table has to share:

      Motherhood has taught me when to keep pushing and when to let go. So much of parenting is wrestling with the dichotomy of when to push your child and when to let go and let them drive ...

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    19. This Environmentally Conscious Cosmetics Company Is Also Good to Their Employees

      This Environmentally Conscious Cosmetics Company Is Also Good to Their Employees

      Thought we'd share this fascinating article from the Financial Times. It's a feature on Lush's co-founder and chief executive, Mark Constantine.

      It makes some really interesting observations about the company and its leader. Here's an interesting excerpt:

      Lush’s secret plan is not all that secret. It is, in fact, emblazoned on a large board behind him: make products for every need; be number one in every category; create a cosmetic revolution to save the planet. The company’s structure tries to answer all three.

      To learn more, take a look at the rest of the ...

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    20. Freelance Workers Can Help You Scale Your Business

      Freelance Workers Can Help You Scale Your Business

      In this fascinating piece from Smallbiz-Resources, we learn a thing or two about the benefits of hiring freelancers. It's called 5 Benefits of Using Freelancers to Grow Your Business.

      Here's one benefit that we just can't help but echo:

      The costs of hiring a new employee can be prohibitive in some cases. From recruiting to interviewing to onboarding, you have a lot of expenses before the person ever lays foot in your office.

      Once he or she is on staff, you are then faced with expenses such as: salary, benefits, equipment, office space, and much more.

      When ...

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    21. Training Your Dog With a Clicker

      Training Your Dog With a Clicker

      The clicker can be a useful training tool. This piece from Advantage Petcare shares some pointers on how to put it to work.

      Here's a particularly interesting insight:

      Reward every time. In the early stages of training, each click must mean a guaranteed treat. So even if you accidentally click the clicker, give your dog a treat anyway.

      Looking to get your dog a clicker? This piece has almost everything you need to know so do give the rest of it a read too.

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    22. Key Insights Into Outsourcing

      Key Insights Into Outsourcing

      Just because you want to run a tight ship doesn't mean you can't get help from time to time. Outsourcing is one key way to scale your business while minimizing risks.

      This article from The Balance aims to help us do just that by giving us guidelines on just how to outsource safely, and most importantly, efficiently. Here's one tip that stood out to us:

      When you’re evaluating proposals from service providers, don’t be afraid to ask questions. Just like hiring a full-time employee, selecting a vendor is a very subjective experience. Check their references ...

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