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Business Management: What Tasks Should You Outsource?

Whether you already have an established business, are planning to expand, or are just starting out, you might have to outsource some tasks. Regardless of your requirements or budget, there are certain times that you might need to allocate the workload to other individuals so that you could devote yourself to areas in your business …

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Top Three Challenges You’ll Face When Opening a Restaurant

There’s no doubt about it; restaurant businesses are lucrative. They’re one of those relatively recession-proof endeavors many starting entrepreneurs go crazy for. But of course, getting into this business isn’t without any challenges. In fact, even before you start running a restaurant, there are already setbacks that can throw you off if you don’t prepare …

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The Big Shift: 3 Signs it’s Time to Quit Your Job and Go Full Time on Your Business

Many people start their business journey while still holding a full-time job. It’s a smart move to reduce financial risks, expand their professional network, and learn more about how to do business. But, there comes a time when the decision to go full-time as an entrepreneur will cross your mind. You’d ask, “Am I prepared …

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Advice for Entrepreneurs: How to Find Your Passion and Build a Business Around It

They say that passion is that one crucial ingredient in business — it’s what jumpstarts everything and sustains all things. It’s not just a must-have trait for entrepreneurs, however, as it can also be the very inspiration for a business idea. You’ve heard of those passion-turned-into-business stories, like a kid selling their homemade cookies and …

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Forget Law School: The US Job Market is Oversaturated with Lawyers

In 2017, Whittier Law School closed its doors permanently, shocking law students and faculty members as the first accredited law school to shut down. And with fewer law graduates, fewer jobs, and more automated legal services, its closing serves as a warning to present law students and those who want to enter law school: the …

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Career Spotlight: How to Become a Flight Attendant

For today’s career spotlight, I’ve interviewed Lisa Owen-Jones, a 23-year old flight attendant from Boston. Originally one of my high school students six years ago, Lisa has since gone on to work for one of America’s most popular airlines. While Lisa’s stories show the fun side of traveling for work – the free flights, going …

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