Fostering and growing an entrepreneurial spirit within an organization can be a challenging but worthwhile task to make a business profitable and keep it profitable. While not everyone identifies as an entrepreneur, entrepreneurial traits can be found in employees to foster a collective staff of creative and hard-working minds.
Now, when we speak about an entrepreneurial spirit, that does not mean that every staff member is seeking to open a new business necessarily. Rather, we speak to the individual values entrepreneurship encapsulates such as … READ MORE »
It’s a dream of just about everyone who has yet to find a way to make it happen: how can I put my hobby on a paying basis? More to the point, how can I turn my passion into my profession?
You can, but you have to be prepared for the possibility that your passion may not seem like so much fun in the process. It takes a massive amount of money, work and luck to get from this A … READ MORE »
After incredible success with all-new original content, Netflix is swinging for the fences with a nostalgia series set to resurrect one of the most popular saccharin sitcoms of the late 80s and early 90s.
Remember the good ol’ days when everyone was complaining about Netflix pricing and debating the downfall of streaming video? Nope neither does anyone else. The streaming video pioneer has become a legitimate entertainment powerhouse, delivering win after win.
In heads up competition with parents looking for streaming content for … READ MORE »
Running a business does not have to be rocket surgery. With all the self-help books out there – all the “secrets” and “tips” and all the noise from “experts” explaining what to do, it can be easy to get lost in this very simple fact: it’s really not that complicated.
Sure, it can be “hard” or “expensive” or “stressful” … but it’s not that difficult. Because, when it comes down to brass tacks, there is really only one thing … READ MORE »
In NYC, Publix isn’t a big deal. But if you are from the Southeast, particularly Florida, Publix is a little slice of heaven disguised as a grocery store. And when a new location opens, that’s occasion for big news. Recently, residents of Central Florida and Northern Alabama both got new Publix stores. Both openings made huge local news.
Here’s why …When George Jenkins founded the first Publix store in the 1930s, he began a longstanding commitment to service and trendsetting his legions of customers love. … READ MORE »
Say what you will about Bernie Sanders, the guy knows how to inspire, and he sure knows how to take something and make it bigger. No, not THAT Bernie. The other one. Bernie Ecclestone. The context? Not a presidential race. We’re talking about Bernie’s impact on Formula One auto racing.
Ecclestone, in case you were wondering, is the guy at the wheel of the open wheel series. In his three decades driving America’s second favorite motorsport, Bernie landed deals in excess of $23 billion.
According … READ MORE »
If you are interested in finding out exactly how successful you can be with the team you have, there are a few foundational conditions that have to be met. Create the right environment, and you will achieve milestones. Keep trying to force production in the wrong environment, and you can expect a few sputtering fits and starts until the whole thing just seizes up before the inevitable crash and burn.
Step one in getting the most out of your team is figuring … READ MORE »
Large companies should know that frontline managers should be given training and authority to act. Frontline managers are those noteworthy souls who, in most cases, oversee others efforts in a management role yet are given no authority to make policy or decisions. Generally they relay decisions and then make sure those policies are followed. Yet, frontline managers may be the very people who can see where changes should be made to create better results. If they know how to develop strong relationship … READ MORE »
Lean management is a holistic approach to running a company and how your organization can benefit from this style of communication. As in most things, change starts at the top. Once you, as CEO, are convinced of the value of lean management, then the shift to it begins to happen. Now, how can you get that ball rolling?
Lean management allows people to do what they do best and most love to do. So one of the first steps you need to … READ MORE »
Listen long enough and every self-help guru and business “coach” in the world will eventually tell you to “be you” or “do you” and you will find success. That’s crap. Don’t buy into it. First, you don’t “find” success. It’s not lost, and you don’t have to go looking for it. Success is earned. By doing the right things the best way enough times and for long enough to either beat, better or outlast your competition. Anything less is progress. It’s not … READ MORE »
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Ronn is the CEO of 5WPR and author of best selling PR book, For Immediate Release: Shape Minds, Build Brands, and Deliver Results with Game-Changing Public Relations, and a regular contributor to Fox News, Huffington Post, Business Insider, Insights Wired, Everything-PR and more.