As any successful founder knows, it’s critical to have employees who respect you and support your vision for the company. But when is it a good idea to make your spouse one of those people? We asked seven female entrepreneurs across a range of businesses to discuss the challenges and joys of hiring–and working closely–with their husbands. “His strengths compliment my weaknesses” Business mentor and copy expert Merel Kriegsman helps online coaches and service providers bring in consistent, well-paying gigs. She’s been in business for a little over three years and her company’s growth has been impressive. She made $25,000 in revenue during year one, $180,000 the next, and $500,000 last year. As her business boomed, her husband, Keith, was looking for a job. Kriegsman saw an opportunity. Not only was Keith her partner and confidant, he had a knack for what she calls the “nitty-gritty stuff.” While she makes sales … [Read more...] about What 7 CEOs learned from hiring their husbands
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Master of Business Administration (MBA), will help you to boost your career and to fetch a good job, so doing an MBA is often required, if you want your career to move forward. But not just an MBA, going to the right business school and going on an exchange program, will open your doors to a more global mindset. Business schools will not just teach you about business, but it is a school of life, too. You will meet people who are in a transitional moment of their lives. Everyone is considering what they should do next and how to approach that next step. Going to a business school, gives you the opportunity to take a real break, and have the time to reflect. An MBA programme in Business schools, run with the aim to educate the managers before they get a job in a large organization. Is MBA worth the investment to be a successful entrepreneur? If you are planning to pursue MBA, and to have your own business setup, then consider the main benefits of the MBA degree listed below. Increases … [Read more...] about MBA Admission 2019: Does your MBA make you a good entrepreneur?
RMIT University’s intensive programs are designed specifically for online learning, so you can get ahead faster without putting your life on hold. Learn More » Undertaking an MBA is an investment in your future. If you want to make sure that your career is on the right track, then there’s no better way than asking what your strengths are and how you can improve on them. We are living and working in a world that is constantly being disrupted, reinvented and always growing. In order to be at the top of your game through all those changes you might want to consider an MBA. Here’s some of the best things that you will learn. 1. Don’t just fail – fail up There’s a lot to be said for the new culture of accepting failure that has spread into every day corporate Australia from the startup world – but failure for the sake of it doesn’t help anyone. Ask yourself: if you fail, do you have the right tools to pick yourself up, lead your … [Read more...] about The top three things you learn by doing an MBA — and why everyone should know these business lessons
Kristen Jordan Shamus Detroit Free Press Published 12:44 PM EST Jan 7, 2019 Novi businessman Paul Whelan waits for mercy in a Moscow prison, trapped in a web of espionage. For six days after his Dec. 28th arrest, he was held alone in a cell in Moscow's Lefortovo detention facility without access to toilet paper or soap. Though he speaks a bit of Russian, he couldn't string together enough Russian words to ask the prison guards for his glasses, his twin brother, David Whelan, told the Free Press. It wasn't until Jan. 2, when he was granted a visit from U.S. State Department employees, that Paul Whelan could ask for those basic necessities and also for intervention from the U.S. government to negotiate his release. Whelan, 48, was arrested at Moscow's swanky Metropol hotel after allegedly receiving a USB drive loaded with the names of employees of a Russian agency, according to Russia's Rosbalt news service. The news service is … [Read more...] about Twin of accused spy Paul Whelan: What Russia prison is like
Follow through with your New Year's resolutions. Entrepreneur Store Published 1:30 pm CST, Wednesday, January 2, 2019 Photo: Wes Hicks Photo: Wes Hicks Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Wes Hicks 20 Skills to Learn This New Year for Under $20 1 / 1 Back to Gallery A new YouGov poll revealed that Americans are prioritizing fitness in 2019, with 59 percent of respondents saying they've committed to "exercising more" as a New Year's resolution. Noble? Yes. Naive? Also yes. Most fitness resolutions are fool's errands, after all, with 73 percent of people abandoning them for various reasons before meeting their goal, one study found. As far as New Year's … [Read more...] about 20 Skills to Learn This New Year for Under $20