Author: Sean Reid

120+ Best “Kiss” WhatsApp Statuses and Messages

The purest display of affection from the ancient days of human civilization has been “kiss”. To express love, respect, or gratitude, a kiss can work wonders in all of the mentioned instances. Here are some of the best Whatsapp statuses for you-  Kiss WhatsApp statuses and Messages -This kiss may not be accurate, but we…

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4 Ways Recruitment Startups Can Stay Compliant 

In a perfect world, recruitment is as easy as posting a job vacancy then picking the most qualified person who walks in for an interview. The reality is, hiring the right candidate can be exacting, exhausting, and expensive. In a highly competitive job market, companies fight tooth and nail over high-quality talents.  Then, there are…

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3 Big Decisions That Can Lead To Sustainable Growth

When it comes to growing a business, there are two ways to do it. First, you can do it very quickly, but you could run into financial problems to support its rapid growth. Second, you can grow it very slowly, but you could get stagnate and start losing sales that could lead to bankruptcy. To…

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61+ Inspiring Quotes from “The Book Thief” -TheBrandBoy

“The Book Thief” by Markus Zusak is set in 1939, Nazi Germany. It tells the story of a little girl, Liesel, and her love affair with books against the brutal background of Nazi Germany. Narrated by death himself this story burns with intensity. Here are some quotes from “The Book Thief”: – WORDS; I have…

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Customer Feedback Loop: North Star of your Marketing Strategy

 Jay Baer is quoted as saying “Customer service is the new marketing, it’s what differentiates one business from another.” Are you using your customers as a source of learning? Because they could possibly be the best marketing guide you’ll ever need.While it’s never fun to deal with customers who aren’t thrilled with some aspect of your…

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How Dancing Tango Improves Teamwork

by Anita Flejter, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Ultimate Tango There’s a reason why tech companies, particularly startups, should take notice of music and dance trends. There are many valuable lessons to be learned from how these arts affect global audiences. As companies look to modernize their approach to employee wellness, it’s no coincidence that…

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EPISODE 6: How Global Organizations Move DE&I Forward — with Elizabeth Nelson, Jennifer Amara, Michaela Simpson, and Paulette Gerkovich

SEASON 05 EPISODE 06   [INTRODUCTION]   [00:00:04] SO: The last couple of years have created so many new narratives and questions surrounding the way we live and work. Some of those questions that we’ve addressed on this podcast many times before, surrounds diversity, equity and inclusion. How does an organization embrace diversity? What does…

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How To Open An Escape Room Business

The escape room business furnishes you with a space to play desired escape games. Escape games persist generally for 1 hour, they differ in difficulty and time. Team members have to work together in solving riddles through the signs and clues provided. Businesses provide you with game rooms and the customers have to pay per…

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Welcome to NLI’s New Podcast!

It’s official: The “Your Brain at Work” podcast is live! One of our favorite things about the annual NeuroLeadership Summit is the chance we get to mix the wisdom of science and business over the two-day event. We’re always delighted when people leave feeling excited to share their insights with their team. But recently, we…

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3 Things Organizations Can Do to Get More Employees Vaccinated

As experts in helping organizations build new habits fast, there’s a question we keep hearing from business leaders: “What does science say about getting more of our employees vaccinated?” This question has become both important and now urgent in the many industries where humans work in close quarters with others, including manufacturing, retail, and of…

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Everything You Need To Know About What It Is To Be A Contractor

You’ve probably got a pretty good idea of what a freelancer is, what being self-employed means and what small business owners are. But what about a contractor? What exactly is contracting? In truth, it’s a combination of freelancing, self-employment and small business ownership. But while there are many similarities, there are clear differences too, which…

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How to Make the Move to a Better Web-to-Print Portal

It’s daunting: all of your company’s print ads, brochures, business cards, POP displays, trade show materials, signs, apparel, gizmos, digital assets, you-name-it are on your current web-to-print portal. Or worse, they’re scattered across various hard drives and thumb drives with inconsistent file names and various versions that are a huge time suck to wade through.…

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LoanScouter – Easier To Loan Money For Your Business

Once you have decided to take up a loan you can spend hours and hours looking for the right company for the process. You could consider making use of LoanScouter loan comparison service, it’s in Danish, but as they are a multinational company, you can choose to see the site in English as well. They…

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Conflict with your boss? An inside peek at the conversation you should be having with yourself… Before you have it with your boss. by @s_montagna

Photo by Priscilla Du Preez on UnsplashThere’s no shortage of lists out there for what should be the traits of a great manager.Most lists confuse the manager’s role with that of the people leader, even though there’s ample evidence that managers do not become such because of their heightened people skills. Instead—a recent article by…

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