Say what you want about offshore drilling, it does power the world we live in. And unless we make the switch to clean energy, itâ€™ll continue to be the driving force that mankind relies on. Even if you donâ€™t respect the process, you should respect the skill that goes into making that process a success.
Relocating a company is a costly and time consuming process, but like everything in business, it is worth it if it will directly or indirectly lead to more profits and more opportunities in the future. While you may be putting off moving your organisation then, there are many good reasons to consider doing so anyway.
We often just assume that the client or customer will be able to converse in English. After all, English is the international business language of the world, so why should we even bother learning another language? Well, there are many excellent reasons in favour of speaking a second language and by having a second language, you can actually earn between 10-15% more salary than before.
In his book, The Personal MBA, and on his blog of the same name, Josh Kaufman took on the rather daunting task of trying to condense an entire MBA into a single volume. The Personal MBA is a good read and if Josh could condense an entire degree into a single book, then surely it’s possible to condense that single book into one article… so, without further ado, I present to you: The Personal MBA – Article Edition.
There are many reasons why people go into business for themselves. Some like the idea of escaping the desk job, some just don’t want to be answerable to someone else, and for others it might be their only option after a spell of unemployment in a struggling job market. Whatever your reasons, one of the first things you’ll need to think about is preparing your workspace.