1. Articles in category: Youth In Business

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    1. You Don't Need to Figure Out Your Career So Early

      You Don't Need to Figure Out Your Career So Early

      Here's an interesting article from Psychology Today. It's called a Be in Such a Hurry to Choose Your Career.

      It has some fascinating points to share. Here's one that's absolutely thought-provoking:

      Some people call that skill stacking, where you don't have to be the best at any one thing, but if you have a diversity of experiences, you can overlap them in a way where you create a unique ground to work on or compete on.

      Take a look at the rest of the article for more...

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    2. Blogs That'll Help Young Entrepreneurs Master Leadership in the Workplace

      Blogs That'll Help Young Entrepreneurs Master Leadership in the Workplace

      Young entrepreneurs take notice. Here are some blog suggestions from Under 30 CEO. The article is called 13 Leadership Blogs Every Person Under 30 Should Read.

      It shares an interesting list. Here's one blog that really piqued our interest:

      Started by Alison Green while she was the chief of staff at a nonprofit, Ask a Manager isn’t your run-of-the-mill blog. Instead just simply writing about her experiences or offering advice, Alison invites readers to ask her questions regarding anything from how to ask for a raise to dealing with an unruly co-worker. She also answers real-world questions for ...

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    3. Young Founders

      Young Founders

      Thought we'd share these amazing stories from young entrepreneurs. It's called Meet 16 Teen Founders Who Are Building Big Businesses -- and Making Big Money.

      These teens have made it big with their acute sense for business opportunities. Here's an example:

      Nieves sold Swiss Miss for $1 a cup. When he sensed an opportunity for more substantial treats, he started searching online for the perfect cookie recipe. After three months of baking with his mom, Nieves bit into what he thought was the perfect chocolate chip cookie. The recipe was a hit. “That’s when we knew we ...

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    4. What it Takes to Run Your Own Business

      What it Takes to Run Your Own Business

      Think you're ready to run a business? Here's a fascinating article from the New Zealand Herald that talks a little about your readiness. It's called Are You Ready to Run Your Own Business?

      It shares some interesting insights. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      Set yourself goals. It's good to have short-term, mid-term and long-term goals. You'll probably need to revisit these often as your business evolves and your out-of-business needs change. You'll need to be flexible. The world is moving faster than ever and while businesses are constantly being disrupted, rapid change also brings ...

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    5. Teaching Money to Your Children

      Teaching Money to Your Children

      Saving money, for children, can be a difficult subject to learn but not if you're prepared to teach them properly. This article from Saving Advice can help. It's called 5 Things to Teach Children About Money.

      In it, Susan Paige shares some fascinating advice. Here's one of the more intriguing ones:

      Many parents make the mistake of being secretive with their kids about their personal finances and household budget.

      However, being more open about income and expenditure can help children gain an understanding of how money works.

      Going into minute detail might be a little overwhelming, particularly ...

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    6. Instilling Patience In Kids in Business

      Instilling Patience In Kids in Business

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Kidpreneur Blog. It’s titled Cultivating Patience With a Kidpreneur Business.

      It shares with a great list of things to do to make sure we cultivate patience in our young entrepreneurs. Here they are:

      1. Focus on Progress
      2. Set Realistic Expectations
      3. Celebrate Milestones
      4. Validate Patience

      For a more in-depth explanation of how to accomplish each one, take a look at the entirety of the article at the link below...

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    7. How to Market Your Business Through Online Marketing

      How to Market Your Business Through Online Marketing

      Blogging is one way young people can get their businesses rolling. Here's a fascinating article from the Blogtrepreneur that shares just how we can effectively employ our blogs in our businesses. It's called Excelling with Your Online Marketing Strategy.

      It shares some great insights. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      If you have a persuasive landing page of high quality the visitors are more prone to subscribe for a newsletter, free coupons or a free trial as they believe you have something interesting to offer. And if you create quite a decent form you will be able to collect ...

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    8. Cultivating a Friendly Atmosphere at the Office

      Cultivating a Friendly Atmosphere at the Office

      Here's a fascinating article from the blogsite Under 30 CEO. It's called 6 Ideas to Form Bonds with Your Employees.

      It shares some really fascinating insights. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      Forging personal connections with your employees can yield several positive benefits. For starters, your employees will feel more comfortable in their environment. They’ll be more likely to openly communicate with you when they encounter an obstacle or have a request to improve their work conditions. There’s no need to hide work-related problems when solving them feels like a collaborative effort.

      Take a look at the ...

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    9. How Students and Fresh Grads can Start Their Own Business

      How Students and Fresh Grads can Start Their Own Business

      Right out of college, the expectation has always been to start a career. Apply to companies, accept a job offer, start at the bottom of the corporate food chain and work yourself up--maybe in time you will find the capital needed to start a business. But not everyone needs to follow that mold. 

      Katy McWhirter of Community for Accredited Online Schools writes about how fresh graduates (and even college students) can get started on becoming entrepreneurs. For even more insight, she talks to Jason Patel, who founded his business Transizion less than a year after graduating from college. 

      Here's ...

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    10. Money Making Endeavors College Students can Get Into

      Money Making Endeavors College Students can Get Into

      Here's a fascinating article from the blog site Ontrik. It's called 100 Ways to Make Money in College.

      It shares some great insights. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      Know the way to fix cars, bikes, and other types of personal transportation? You could employ a nice side income on your own hands. Having your transportation break is frustrating, even obtaining the possibility to jeopardize your livelihood. Therefore, men and women pay well if you can correct it promptly and professionally.

      Take a look at the rest of this article for more information and context.

       

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    11. Productive Activities That Property Investors Can Do While There's a Downturn

      Productive Activities That Property Investors Can Do While There's a Downturn

      Stumbled upon this interesting piece from the blog pages of Infotrack. It's called 5 Tips to Get Ahead During the Property Market Downturn.

      It gives us some fascinating ideas. This one, in particular, we thought was worth the share:

      I looked at this downturn as an opportunity to take time to put in place processes and procedures to ensure that when the market did pick up, my business would be running like a well-oiled machine.

      Give the rest of this interesting article a read for more information and context...

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    12. Why Do We Have to Segment Our Market?

      Why Do We Have to Segment Our Market?

      Have you read this important article from Canva? Written by experienced copywriter Amanda Walgrove, it's called The Importance of Marketing Segmentation.

       In it, she shares her insights on this effective marketing process. Here's one point that we found to be really interesting:

      Marketing segmentation is important because it helps you better understand your target audience and more effectively strategize and budget on how to reach them. Instead of creating one-size-fits-all campaigns for 1 million people, for instance, you can create several, more personalized campaigns for smaller audience segments with unique interests and behaviors. Once you have that deep ...

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    13. How You Treat Your Ex After Divorce Has A Lot of Impact Your Children Too

      How You Treat Your Ex After Divorce Has A Lot of Impact Your Children Too

      Here's an interesting article from GOOD. It's called Why A Divorced Father Still Buys His Ex Flowers On Her Birthday by Todd Perry.

      He shares some interesting insights on co-parenting and divorce. Here's one that's particularly thought-provoking.

      There is no way to shield a child from the pain of their parents’ divorce or preventing them from dealing with psychological issues down the road. But effective co-parenting by former spouses can go a long way towards creating the best of a bad scenario.

      Researchers believe that children of divorce benefit when their parents treat eachother with respect ...

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    14. Why Hiring Great People is Paramount to Your Business' Success

      Why Hiring Great People is Paramount to Your Business' Success

      Have you read this article from Her Business? It's called Your IDEAL Business Needs People. We thought that we would share it with you.

      It offers some insight on the importance of having a good relationship with you employees as a business owner. Here's one point that we found thought-provoking:

      The first thing you have to understand is that no matter how much you’ve perfected yourself as a strategy, your business is going to involve a lot of people besides you, and the relationships you have with those people is paramount.

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    15. How Crowdsourced Delivery is Leveling the Playing Field

      How Crowdsourced Delivery is Leveling the Playing Field

      Have you seen this article from the Business Insider? It's called Making Same Day Shipping Cheaper Through Local Couriers. We instantly that of sharing it here upon reading it.

      It shares important information. Here's a definition that we thought we ought to share here:

      Crowdsourced delivery, also known as crowdsourced shipping, is an emerging method of fulfillment that leverages networks of local, non-professional couriers to deliver packages to customers' doors. While most common in meal and grocery delivery, this model seems to be springing up everywhere as traditional retailers look for ways to cut costs and maximize supply ...

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      Mentions: Locals
    16. How This Scriptwriter Transitioned From Writing for TV to Writing a Novel

      How This Scriptwriter Transitioned From Writing for TV to Writing a Novel

      We traced this article from the Australian Writer's Centre and thought that it was interesting enough to share here. It's called From TV Scriptwriter to Published Author.

      It shares the publishing experiences of Kaneana May who went from writing for TV to publishing a novel. Here's an important excerpt from the article:

      I had three or four publishers ask me to send it in to them. And then five and a half weeks later, I was playing Barbies with my three-year-old when I got the first phone call from Rachael Donovan from Harlequin saying that she loved ...

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      Mentions: Home relationships
    17. How to Give Better Presentations

      How to Give Better Presentations

      We traced this article from Anecdote and thought that it would be good to share it here. It's called Five Lessons on How to be a Good Presenter.

      In it, Patrick Lencioni shares his insights on what makes a good presenter. He offers some pointers and this one is perhaps one of the most thought-provoking:

      Know your point. Once you are clear on the point you are making, deliver the stories using the Basic Story Pattern shown above. Have a short and clear relevance statement that ensures the listener knows why they are listening, tell the story and land ...

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    18. Stock Photos For Teen Blogs

      Stock Photos For Teen Blogs

      We traced this interesting article from Teens Got Cents and thought that we would share it here. It's called Free Blog Images – Tips for Teen Bloggers.

      It shares some interesting tips on how to source free stock photos for your blogs. Here's an insight that's truly interesting:

      Snagging pics from google images is frowned upon.  You don’t know who the picture belongs to and the assumption is that you are trying to conduct your online presence with some level of integrity.  It can be very difficult to give credit to the owner of the image and ...

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    19. Career Advise That You Shouldn't Take From Your Parents

      Career Advise That You Shouldn't Take From Your Parents

      We thought that we would share this fascinating article from Under 30 CEO blog. It's called 4 Lies Your Parents Told You About Money and Life.

      It's full of interesting perspectives. Here's one that's particularly gripping:

      A career is just an occupation. That means it should keep you occupied until you find something else that you like better, pays better or interests you more. Like clothes, careers are disposable. They can temporarily dress us, but they will never define who we are as people.

      If you want to know the rest, give the rest of the ...

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    20. Why Blogging is an Integral Part Marketing Your Business

      Why Blogging is an Integral Part Marketing Your Business

      We found this article on Digital Maas and thought that we would repost it here. It's called The Benefits of Blogging by Kristina Acoba.

      In it, she lists some interesting points. Here's one that's particularly thought-provoking:

      Blogs are a cheap and powerful form of marketing, which is why you can take advantage if it even if you have a limited budget. When you make them SEO-friendly and promote them on social media platforms, they can drive a continuous stream of organic traffic to your site. If your blogs continue to rank high for months, that traffic will ...

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    21. Avoiding Boredom

      Avoiding Boredom

      We thought we would share this interesting article from the early retirement advocacy blog, Abandoned Cubicle. It's called How to Avoid Boredom in Retirement.

      In it, the author shares some thought-provoking insights and advice. Here's one that's particularly fascinating:

      The key is this: You’ve got to find a new structure (i.e., “routine”) to replace the old one. Whether you’re an early retiree or a traditional retiree. Kids need structure. Adults need structure. In the absence of it, we get bored. We act out. We get depressed.

      For more great advice, check out the rest ...

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    22. Baby Shark Products Kids Will Definitely Love

      Baby Shark Products Kids Will Definitely Love

      We thought that we would share this fascinating list from Moms. It's called 8 Products For Your ‘Baby Shark’ Obsessed Kid That Won’t Drive You Mad.

      It's an interesting list of products touting imagery from the famous song. Here's an item that's particularly intriguing:

      If your kiddo's obsession has lead to a general love for sharks, this plush hand puppet can be fun! Thankfully, the puppet fits onto a child's hand or adult hand, which means your kid can run around and pretend to be a baby shark.

      There a lot more products ...

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    23. Harmonizing the Grid

      Harmonizing the Grid

      We traced this article from Ecogeneration and immediately thought of sharing it here. It's called New Tech Promises to "Fix the Voltage Problem" and Open the C&I and VPP Solar Floodgates.

      It shares details on an interesting product. Here's an excerpt to learn a little bit about it:

      The Planet Ark Power technology is a dynamic voltage management system that operates behind the meter and injects leading and lagging VAR to keep voltage within the statutory limits.

      It's a fascinating device so if you want to learn more about it, just go over the rest of ...

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    24. Everything You Need To Know About Outsourcing Your SEO

      Everything You Need To Know About Outsourcing Your SEO

      We happened upon this article from the Digital Marketing Depot and thought that we would share it here. It's called A Guide To Outsourcing SEO.

      It's a digital download that shares a lot of insight. Here's a quick excerpt:

      Many businesses have discovered the importance of their online presence and want to improve it. But just because SEO is popular doesn’t mean just anyone can do it. SEO is not just for those with some extra cash on the side. SEO is for every business.

      Download the full guide if you want more information...

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