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Six ways to finance your start-up

Monday, 29 July 2013 | By Lachlan McKnight Earlier this year, the team at LegalVision gave us some helpful tips on the legal basics of starting a new business. Over the coming weeks, we’ll look at legal matters that can arise for a new business once it’s up and running. Here, Lachlan McKnight, chief executive of LegalVision, [&hellip

Top 10 Reasons Why Small Business Should Consider Finance Outsourcing to qualified CPA

Let’s face it. Small business owners in San Francisco are a harried lot. There’s so much to do: run the business, meet with clients and partners, manage the employees, fix this, adjust that, strategize for the future… and do the books. What? Do the books? Figure out the accounting? Know the latest tax laws, and [&hellip

5 Ways to Reduce Stress at Work

July 26 by Jill Harness in Work | 104 Shares At one point or another everyone stresses at work, but while occassional stress can push people to meet deadlines, constant stress can make employees nervous, apathetic, tired, angry and reduce productivity in general. Whether you are a manager looking to help calm your employees so [&hellip

17 Ways Successful People Keep Work From Destroying Their Lives

Alexandra Mondalek and Max Nisen Jul. 18, 2013, 6:50 PMWorking incessantly to achieve career success is  frequently prioritized above mental health and personal obligations.While balancing work and life might not be easy early in one’s career, figuring it out is necessary to lifelong satisfaction.We’ve rounded up ways CEOs and other leaders find balance, stay sharp, [&hellip

5 Ways to Be Present and Start Living Your Real Life

 July 17, 2013 By Levi Newman We live in an age of distraction. Technology, around every corner and in almost every pocket, clogs life’s airwaves and makes it difficult to be mindful of the moment. Even as I type this (on a computer, no less) I can hear a television blaring a movie in the [&hellip

The Steve Jobs approach to innovative product development

10 Jul 2013 The late Apple founder, Steve Jobs, was famous for his disdain for focus groups or consumer market research, believing that when it comes to new products, consumers don’t really know what they want (photo credit: Sip Khoon Tan) By Oon Yeoh Five years ago, I took on a two-year assignment as a [&hellip

How to Make the Right Choice?

July 9 by Dustin Wax Which job should you take? What car should you buy? Should you ask him to marry you? Are you ready for another baby? Is this house right for you, or should you keep looking before you make an offer? Life is full of hard choices, and the bigger they are [&hellip

10 Surefire Ways To Be Unhappy in Life

June 28 by Celestine Chua Are there times when you feel beaten up and let down by life? Are there times when you feel unhappy and it seems like nothing can cheer you up? While most of us (I assume) want to lead a happy life, many of us often do things (whether subconsciously or [&hellip

13 Reasons You Aren’t As Successful As You Should Be

June 18 by Jill Harness You’re smart and creative, but for some reason you just never seem to get ahead in life. But whether or not you want to see it, there are very real things standing in your way from becoming successful. In fact, business writer Jim Kukral came up with a whole list of [&hellip

3 Entrepreneurial Skills You Won’t Learn In Business School

Business school was great. I learned about a broad variety of topics I had never been exposed to before—accounting, finance, strategy, and marketing—all of which were very important in starting my own company, Bunndle. But shortly after getting started, I realized there were a few things b-school didn’t cover that were really important to founding and [&hellip